Yellowstone Season 4 Episode 4: Release Date, Cast, and Things to Know Before Watching

Yellowstone Season 4 Episode 4 Updates: Yellowstone lovers, take a seat—the Dutton family show isn’t over yet. The show, which revolves on the obnoxious Duttons and their huge Montana cows farm, is slated to return this Sunday, so there’s something new to look forward to. Indeed, Paramount+ is expanding the Yellowstone world with two spic and span series in development—one prequel, the other a side project.

After much anticipation, Paramount Network has finally announced that Yellowstone season 4 will premiere with a two-hour special on Sunday, November 7 on Paramount Network.

Yellowstone Season 4 Episode 4

Even before the third season of the successful western drama was released, the network demanded a fourth. The commencement of the filming, which was initially set for June 2020, was pushed back due to a worldwide pandemic. Production began in late August, with Chief Joseph Ranch, which acts as the site for Dutton’s mansion, confirming that recording had concluded on Instagram in November 2020.

Yellowstone Season 4 Episode 4 Cast

After the cliffhanger season 3 finale, Yellowstone fans are in a state of panic. A group of gunmen attacked Kayce (Luke Grimes) and John (Kevin Costner). Beth (Kelly Reilly) was involved in a bombing. Fans were seeking for a hint regarding the Dutton family’s destiny when they discovered a secret clue that says one of them would not survive. Kelly Reilly described her time on the programme as a “crazy journey” in an Instagram post. It’s unclear if she meant to use the past tense or not. Kevin Costner is also said to be leaving Yellowstone, but isn’t that unthinkable?

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Will this be Yellowstone’s last season?

No additional seasons of Yellowstone have been confirmed as of yet, although there is no sign that the show will cease after season 4.

With rumours that season 5 got starting in March 2021, actor Cole Hauser (with his usual light hair) riled up fans expecting more of the Duttons in a meeting. “[Showrunner and essayist Taylor Sheridan] is struggling with that right now,” he said during a Hall Wines party time interview to Kathryn Hall. “Season five is going to be incredible. The way we ended season four—I can’t part with anything over the top, but the way season four ends, I think the audience… will be delightfully astonished.”

“For us as performers, and I want to represent everyone…,” he added, multiplying the indicators for a later season. We got together. We’re now in our fifth year of operation.”

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