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For those who have not watched yet or want to relive Yellowstone’s first two seasons, there is excellent news! The hit drama has found a new streaming home just in time for Season 3. It will be arriving this summer on Paramount Network, so you will want to come in fresh. Where will Yellowstone be streaming?
The Kevin Costner-led Western is heading to NBCUniversal’s upcoming streaming service, Peacock, per Deadline. The licensing deal means that fans will get to catch up on the series. Yellowstone already has two seasons under its belt buckle, and another one is on its way. Pack your bags -- you are headed to Montana!
How much will it cost you to watch Yellowstone on Peacock, and when will it be available to stream? There will be three affordable versions of Peacock to choose from. The priciest option for non-Comcast or Cox customers is $10 a month. As for the second question, Peacock will launch on Comcast’s X1 and Flex on April 15. It will make its national debut on July 15.
Do you know what that means, Yellowstone fans? If the show is available to stream on Day 1, it can be binged in the heart of summer. What else launches this summer? Yellowstone Season 3! An already released clip has teased the sizzling installment to come. In it, Beth encountered Josh Holloway’s new character. Do not worry. I am still shipping Beth and Rip!
Here is hoping that more Monica and Beth scenes will be a part of Yellowstone’s Season 3 equation. The sisters-in-law ended the previous season closer than ever before, so there is reason to keep the faith. Fans of the Western already know that there will be more on the tense relationship between Beth and her brother, Jamie.
Thanks to Peacock, you can relive the heartache, romance, drama, and intense action that have come to define Yellowstone. If you are reading this story and wondering if you should start watching when the series arrives on the streamer, allow me to further encourage you. Yellowstone is a family drama wrapped in gripping intrigue.
Having Peacock as its streaming home is a massive move for Yellowstone. It gives viewers who have not watched it yet a chance to catch up. Thus, creating even more buzz for Season 3. Cole Hauser, who plays Rip Wheeler on the drama, has said he thinks the show can get more popular in the future. It just took another giant step in that direction, in my opinion.
Peacock launches for subscribers of Comcast’s X1 and Flex on April 15, while others have to wait for the national debut on July 15. If (emphasis on if) Yellowstone is available on the first day, it should follow suit! Yellowstone Season 3 will premiere this summer, aka well after this winter’s new content.