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Ever since Yellowstone launched on the Paramount Network in June 2018, it has been one of the most popular shows on all of television thanks to the amazing cast anchored by Kevin Costner, the superb writing of Taylor Sheridan, and the general aesthetic of the neo-western series. And although we can’t yet watch Yellowstone Season 4 streaming (that’s scheduled to premiere this summer) there’s nothing stopping any of us from going back and taking in the life and times of the Dutton family and their massive Montana ranch.
Those who want to go back and watch Yellowstone streaming are actually in a good position because the first three seasons of Taylor Sheridan’s epic modern-day western are available right now, and binging them all is a lot easier than you would think.
How To Stream Yellowstone Seasons 1-3
There are multiple ways to watch Yellowstone streaming right now, but the method that is going to give you the best results and least amount of headaches is Peacock. Seasons 1-3 (including that cliffhanger of a season finale) can all be streamed in their entirety through Peacock Premium, though the show’s debut episode can be watched on the streaming service with a free account. This is perfect for anyone who’s still on the fence about the show and wants to dip their toe in the waters, so to speak, before committing to a sprawling epic or another streaming service in their library of apps.
Yellowstone Seasons 1-3 can also be streamed through the on-demand function on services like Fubo TV and DirecTV, and partial seasons can be enjoyed on Spectrum and YouTube TV.
When Does Yellowstone Season 4 Premiere?
There are a lot of rumors, thought-out theories, and even more unknowns surrounding Yellowstone Season 4, but one of the biggest has to be the Paramount Network show’s return date. Nothing has been confirmed with the release date but with production having wrapped up back in November 2020, it shouldn’t be too much longer before we have the answers to all those questions following Season 3.
There has been speculation that Yellowstone Season 4 will return in June 2021, a theory that got a lot of attention in November 2020 when the Chief Joseph Ranch Instagram account (which is where the show is produced) posted an image with a caption asking fans if they were excited for “the premiere in June.”
The fervor surrounding the return of Yellowstone only grew in February when Kevin Costner made an Instagram post of himself very much in his John Dutton character with a caption asking who was ready to get back to the ranch. No date was provided at the time of the post.
What’s The Deal With The Yellowstone Spinoffs?
At some point in the very near future, there will be not one, not two, but three shows in the Yellowstone franchise as two spinoff series are coming to Paramount+, and both sound pretty amazing.
The first, called Y:1883, was first announced in February 2021 and will serve as a prequel to Yellowstone in that it tells the origin story of the Duttons and will follow the family as they travel through the Great Plains before ultimately settling down in an untamed Montana. Not the wealthy and connected Duttons we’ve come to know in the main series, the prequel will be a story of grit and determination to survive the harshness of the American West. Oh, and there’s already a (very short) trailer for the upcoming series.
The second spinoff, which has an unofficial name of 6666, was also announced for Paramount+ in February 2021, but instead of diving into the Dutton family history, this series will instead focus on Jimmy Hurdstrom (Jefferson White) an Walker (Ryan Bingham) on a ranch in West Texas. How the show shifts away from Montana could be addressed in Yellowstone Season 4, which will feature an episode set in Texas.
That all should be more than enough to set you on your path to watching Yellowstone streaming, getting ready for Season 4, and preparing yourself for those two spinoffs. Make sure to check out our 2021 TV schedule for all the latest on the Paramount Network mainstay. There are also plenty of Netflix TV shows that will hold you over until the Dutton clan returns...
Philip grew up in Louisiana (not New Orleans) before moving to St. Louis after graduating from Louisiana State University-Shreveport. When he's not writing about movies or television, Philip can be found being chased by his three kids, telling his dogs to stop yelling at the mailman, or yelling about professional wrestling to his wife. If the stars properly align, he will talk about For Love Of The Game being the best baseball movie of all time.
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