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Yellowstone Season 4 Release Date Delayed
Winter is coming, but not nearly soon enough for Yellowstone fans. On July 1, Deadline reported that Paramount Network’s summer staple, Yellowstone, is likely not coming back for its regular fall slot. Even worse—there’s a good chance that the series won’t be returning until late fall. But with terrible news also comes some hopeful developments for the Dutton family. There’s an update on the beginnings of Y:1883, which means that the delay could mean double the Dutton story.
The rumor from Deadline, now confirmed by Paramount+, is somewhat connected with the big public Paramount merger; what that means in laymen’s terms is that there’s a good chance you’ll see Yellowstone sneak peeks and previews during your CBS-aired football games this year. Deadline reports that Paramount is looking at a November start for the new season. In addition to timing news, we know a few new characters are on the horizon. Jacki Weaver (Silver Linings Playbook) will be joining as the CEO of Market Equities, Piper Perabo (Coyote Ugly) will be joining as a protester and activist, and Kathryn Kelly (Nashville) will come on as a vet tech who shared spark with a Yellowstone favorite.
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All is not lost though because over the July 4 weekend, Paramount Network is here to remind you why the Yellowstone ranch is so beloved with a marathon of the first three seasons. Additionally, the Y: 1883 spinoff series slated for Paramount+ is rumored to be starting production in August down in Texas. The new series will follow settlers as they move West and take land from the established Native Americans.
And sure, that’s simply a consolation prize for having to be patient, but the underlying truth to be excited about is that moves like this typically signal that a network is serious about a series, so don’t expect Yellowstone to go anywhere anytime soon… even if we can’t say the same for all its stars.
Justin Kirkland is a writer for Esquire, where he focuses on entertainment, television, and pop culture.
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