Paramount+ released a first look trailer for 1883 during Yellowstone‘s Season 4 premiere on Sunday night featuring Faith Hill, Tim McGraw, and Sam Elliott. Season 4’s first two episodes serve as a launchpad for the prequel series 1883, premiering Dec. 19.
The first episode of the fourth season of “Yellowstone” premieres with a special two-hour event on Paramount Network tonight, Nov. 7, at 8 p.m. CT.
Yellowstone, with a hand from the pandemic, kept us waiting more than a year to find out whether Season 3’s unhinged finale was the last call for John (who’d been shot), Kayce (who’d been shot at), Beth (who appeared to have been blown to smithereens) or Jimmy (who’d been left all bucked up by his ill-advised latest tumble from a bronco). Aand…? And if you read on, we’ll not only reveal which if any of them wound up sporting a toe tag in Sunday’s Season 4 premiere double header, we’ll go over all the highlights of “Half the Money” and “Phantom Pain.”
This season, amid shifting alliances and a growing list of enemies, the Dutton family’s legacy is jeopardized like never before, and retribution is certain.
The two-hour Season 4 premiere began with finishing the events of the Season 3 finale, with John (Kevin Costner) being driven to a hospital to treat his gunshot wound, Beth (Kelly Reilly) bruised and bloody and temporarily unable to hear — though still willing to light a cigarette — after a box blew up in front of her, and Kayce (Luke Grimes) firing back at those who came driving by blasting their guns.
The premiere episodes ended on an emotional but still hopeful note, as John took a horse out for an early morning ride as part of his physical therapy, leaving Carter to man the barn. But that feels like a brief calm before another storm, especially because of Jacki Weaver’s Caroline Warner, who made her debut in the second episode. If people thought Roarke was bad for their business, well at least he was the devil they knew. Caroline, the chair of Market Equities, wants to acquire the ranch and her methods are will be just as serious, even if she looks a lot more put-together when pulling them off.
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Where can I watch ‘Yellowstone’ if I don’t have cable?
Yellowstone is available to stream on Philo, which offers you access to your favorite TV shows, live sports events, and much more. There’s a 7-day free trial when you sign up. You can also watch it on FuboTV or Sling.