Season 4 Yellowstone

Season 4 Yellowstone

Season 4 Yellowstone

To the Duttons, family is everything, but what they never realized was that they would be faced with the ultimate family challenge. Now the future of the ranch, and of the whole family, could be at stake. Just like the seasons and the land of Yellowstone, “The Duttons and their ranch are in for big changes.



Kelsey Asbille can currently be seen in Oscar-nominee Taylor Sheridan's "Wind River" opposite Jeremy Renner, Elizabeth Olsen and Jon Bernthal. She recently starred on the go90 series "Embeds," about a group of young staffers on the campaign trail, produced by Megyn Kelly and Michael De Luca. Asbille recurred on the last two seasons of the hit MTV series "Teen Wolf" and starred in the FOX event pilot "Hieroglyph" written by Travis Beacham and directed by Miguel Sapochnik. She is known for her leading role on Disney XD's "Pair of Kings" and recurring role on the CW's "One Tree Hill." Her other film credits include Marc Webb's "The Amazing Spider-Man" opposite Andrew Garfield, "Run" opposite William Moseley, "The Wine of Summer" opposite Ethan Peck and Marcia Gay Harden and Disney's "Den Brother."

Singer-songwriter Ryan Bingham never really set out to be a musician. He grew up in New Mexico and Texas, riding bulls on the local rodeo circuit. His mother bought him a guitar when he was 16 years old, and a neighbor taught him a mariachi tune. When he grew tired of playing the only song he knew, Bingham began penning his own music, discovering the writing process to be a therapeutic coping mechanism for dealing with the tumultuousness of his upbringing. He set out on his own, shuffling from town to town. His first performances were informal affairs in the backseats of cars with friends on the way to rodeos, where he competed professionally on the weekends. Before he knew it, Bingham had more gigs playing guitar than riding bulls. After making his recording debut on Lost Highway Records (Universal Music Group) and touring hard across the U.S. in support of his first couple of albums, Bingham was actually in the back of a van in North Dakota when he wrote "The Weary Kind," which became the centerpiece of the 2010 film "Crazy Heart'" starring Jeff Bridges. It earned Bingham an Academy Award, a Golden Globe and a Grammy. The film also marked Bingham’s acting debut in a small part opposite Bridges. Bingham went on to play the leading man in the feature film "A Country Called Home" and later appeared opposite Christian Bale as Sgt. Paul Malloy in the movie "Hostiles." All Bingham’s film and TV projects have featured his original music, including Season 1 of "Yellowstone," on which he performed, in character, his song "Wolves" from the album "American Love Song." (Source: www.paramountnetwork.com)



Cord cutters who don’t have cable can watch Yellowstone on a smart TV, smartphone or tablet by accessing Paramount Network through live TV streaming platform apps, including DirecTV Stream ($70 monthly), FuboTV ($65 and up monthly), Hulu with Live TV ($70 per month and up), Philo ($25 and up monthly), Sling TV ($35 to $50 monthly, plus a $6 add-on fee for Paramount Network and other channels) or YouTube TV ($55 monthly). You can also use a plug-in device that lets you use your TV streaming subscription on your TV, such as the Amazon Fire TV Stick, Apple TV, Google Chromecast or Roku. Gaming consoles such as Xbox and PlayStation also support streaming apps and allow you to watch content in 4K HD quality.

If you want to stream old episodes of Yellowstone, you’ll need a subscription to Comcast-owned Peacock, which owns the streaming rights to the Western series’ first three seasons. A subscription to the video-on-demand streamer costs $5 per month for the ad-supported Premium plan or $10 monthly for the ad-free Premium Plus plan. The Peacock app is available on devices and platforms, including Amazon Fire Stick and TV, Android TV, Google Chromecast, iOS, PlayStation 4 and 5 and Roku; smart TVs by LG, Samsung and Vizio; web browsers such as Google Chrome, Firefox and Safari; among others. (Source: www.hollywoodreporter.com)


Everyone who bought Season 4 you can chill. This is how it works in Amazon Prime. You purchase the season and it will beavaiable to watch on Mondays. The season starts Nov 7th with 2 episodes Sunday night. Monday if you purchased the season you can watch the episodes from Sunday night's. I did this last season every Monday you will get an e-mail telling you it is available. Then you can go back and watch as many times as you want because you now own it. This is not a rip off have you seen the costs to watch a new release movie. A 2 HR movie is $20 the whole season 4 most likely 10 episodes for $20. I have got more than my money's worth watching the first 3 seasons at least 5 times. Those are trailers and they are free if you paid for Season 4 sit tight it hasn't started yet. You will get an e-mIl Monday Nov 8th telling you it is available for viewing. Alternate on Sunday notes The Mayor of Kingstown on Paramount Plus also created by the Great Taylor Sheridan starting Sunday Nov 14th.

Every great (or cool, at least) show has a “worst” season. I’m not prepared to say this was the worst season of Yellowstone. I just hope it is! The narrative ambition and pluck are still there, shyly waiting in the wings. Most of the characters are solid and worth supporting, or at least following. But this season felt like a missed opportunity. Then again, it could be all part of the grand design, an intentional sedate interregnum before the story goes hog wild again. This could just be the backdoor pilot of Taylor Sheridan’s next installment in his extended TV universe—a half-hour black comedy about a sad guy reviewing Yellowstone by the numbers. (Source: www.theringer.com)



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