Yellowstone‘s season three finale on the Paramount Network last August drew in 5.2 million viewers, making it the most-watched scripted cable series of 2020. The show’s first two seasons have already migrated over to Peacock when the platform launched in April, and now season three will allow fans to stream the entire series (so far) there when it premieres on November 22.
Described by Paramount Network president Keith Cox as “a version of The Sopranos, but set in Montana with lots of villains,” Yellowstone stars Kevin Costner as John Dutton, the patriarch of a ranching family, as well as Luke Grimes, Kelly Reilly, Wes Bentley, Cole Hauser, and Josh Holloway. The series was co-created by Taylor Sheridan and John Linson.
Yellowstone, which was picked up for a fourth season, has resumed filming at Chief Joseph Ranch in Darby, Montana. When production began in late summer, it was widely reported that the cast and crew would be required to quarantine for two weeks before returning to set. There have been no casting announcements regarding new regulars to the series, but a casting call for extras revealed production for the series runs from August through December of 2020, and Covid-19 testing and safety protocols are in place on set. There has been no official premiere date set for season 4, so until then, get to streaming all three seasons on a loop starting this November.
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