The Paramount Network original hit series, Yellowstone, unveiled the first look at its season four trailer in addition to announcing the season premiere to hit the channel on November 7, according to a Paramount Network press release. The season premiere will be a two-hour-long event at 8 PM EST and marks a return for the series to the small screen since concluding its third season in August 2020.
Created by actor, director, and writer Taylor Sheridan (Sicario, Sons of Anarchy) and John Linson, Yellowstone premiered on the Paramount Network back in the summer of 2018 and has since released three seasons with the first containing nine episodes and the subsequent seasons tackling an episode count of ten. The series centers on the drama that arises from family members of the Dutton’s, who own and operate the United States’ largest ranch that has been passed down through generations of the family. The series deals with the interactions of the Dutton’s with fellow residents of neighboring Native American reservations, as well as providing a Western overtone to similar familial centric drama series like that of HBO’s Succession.
The cast of Yellowstone features the likes of Hollywood mainstay Kevin Costner (Field of Dreams) as the Dutton patriarch named John in addition to Wes Bentley (American Horror Story) as Jamie Dutton, Kelly Reilly (Sherlock Holmes) as Beth Dutton, Luke Grimes (American Sniper) as Kayce Dutton, Kelsey Asbille (Teen Wolf, Pair of Kings) as Monica Long Dutton, and Cole Hauser (Good Will Hunting, Dazed and Confused) as Rip Wheeler. The additional main cast includes Jefferson White (The Twilight Zone) as Jimmy Hurdstrom, Ian Bohen (Mad Men) as Ryan, and Gil Birmingham (Banshee) as Chief Thomas Rainwater.
Season four will also welcome some new additions with Kathryn Kelly (Nashville) as Emily, Piper Perabo (The Prestige, Covert Affairs) as Summer Higgins, Finn Little (Tidelands) as Carter, and Jacki Weaver (Silver Linings Playbook) as Caroline Warner, according to Parade.com.
Check out the season four trailer below:
— Paramount Network (@paramountnet) September 2, 2021