Yellowstone Season 3 - Episode 2
Near the end of the episode, John recalls his late wife making biscuits even though they were a lot of work because Kayce loved them so much and she liked watching him eat them. And after he remembers their last night together, he walks off, his son following him.
Yellowstone Season 3 - Episode 2
As of January 1, 2023,[update] 47 episodes of Yellowstone have aired, currently in its fifth season. The series was renewed for a fifth season that was originally to be split into two installments of seven episodes each; the first part of the fifth season aired as 8 episodes, to be followed with the second half of the fifth season expected in mid-2023. The fifth season premiered on November 13, 2022, with two episodes, and the first part installment ended on January 1, 2023.
The two-hour series premiere of Yellowstone averaged 2.8 million viewers in live + same day and became the most-watched original scripted series telecast ever on Paramount Network (or its predecessor Spike). The premiere audience grows to nearly 4 million when the two encore airings of the premiere are factored in. The premiere audience more than doubled that of Paramount Network's first scripted drama series, Waco and more than tripled the debut viewership of Paramount Network's new comedy series, American Woman. It was later reported that the premiere's Live+3 Nielsen ratings revealed that 4.8 million viewers ultimately watched the premiere after delayed viewing was factored in. By the series' third episode, it was reported that the show had become the second-most-watched television series on ad-supported cable to air in 2018, only behind AMC's The Walking Dead.
Yellowstone's fourth season premiere broke records. The two-hour premiere was watched by 8.38 million viewers in live + same day, which made it cable's most watched episode since 2018. The premiere also hit a new series high in the key adults 18-49 demo, drawing a 3.26 rating in adults 18-49 (L+SD), which was up 82% from the Season 3 premiere. Chris McCarthy, president and CEO of MTV Entertainment Studios, commented "Taylor has created a riveting world that our remarkable cast led by Kevin Costner brings to life in a way audiences can't get enough of. The Yellowstone season four premiere numbers are just another reason why we are thrilled to deepen our relationship with Taylor and capitalize on this tremendous momentum by building out the Yellowstone franchise together."
Listed below are the stars, as well as guest stars and recurring co-stars appearing in at least 3 episodes of the third season. They are named along with the name of the character they played on the show, as well as the episodes they were credited for and/or appeared in. Main stars are listed in the order of the credits, guests and co-stars in order of appearances.
Since the credits began and the episode finished up just when Jimmy was rushed to the hospital, Yellowstone left us hanging, with no real answer to what happened to the ranch hand. Jimmy has been part of the Yellowstone cast since Season 1, so killing him off with the rodeo accident would not only be a huge blow to fans, but also to the characters of the show, particularly Lloyd (Forrie J. Smith), who sees him as a son.
Yellowstone Season 3 ended with one of the bloodiest episodes of the series and one of the most brutal cliffhangers in recent TV memory. The battle against the Beck Brothers and the explosive Season 2 finale had major implications for the Dutton family, on pretty much every possible level, from emotional trauma to political power shifts. Which means there's a whole lot you need to remember before Season 4.
Not to worry, we've got you covered with a comprehensive Yellowstone Season 3 recap with everything you need to know before the new season, from the first episode all the way to that shocking cliffhanger finale.
Kayce and Monica spent the first season on the reservation and most of the second season separated, but they can never quite escape the gravity of the Dutton family and their violent legacies. Now that they're reunited and living on Yellowstone Ranch, it was pretty much inevitable that Monica was going to get her hands dirty at some point, but the biggest surprise was that her first "kill" wasn't a part of the Dutton family drama at all.
At a certain point in waging war with Market Equities, Beth comes to terms with the fact that her family's land is unsustainable in its current ownership state. Previous seasons made it clear that though the Duttons' land grants them tremendous capital and local power, it also leaves them fairly cash poor. Rourke tells her point blank, "That land is not your family's legacy, it is a relic that will continue to appreciate until you can no longer afford it," and surprisingly, Beth agrees.
It's not all scheming and bloodshed, Season 3 was also the most amorous season of Yellowstone yet, by far. As we mentioned above, Kayce and Monica's marriage is on the mend, but that's just the start.
Who survives, who dies, and who's responsible? Did Jamie try to "kill the king" or was it Market Equities? Or potentially another player altogether? That's the end of the season and it leaves us with a whole bunch of questions we need answered in Season 4, but thankfully the wait is almost over.
Yellowstone season 5 is now on hiatus after its dramatic mid-season finale saw the power dynamics shift in the Dutton family. While Beth Dutton (Kelly Reilly) learned the truth about the train station, Jamie Dutton (Wes Bentley) seemingly declared war on his father John Dutton (Kevin Costner) by calling for his impeachment as governor.
However, while there's a lot left to be resolved, it seems we'll be waiting some months for more episodes of the popular Western. Paramount has dropped a short teaser for season 5 part 2, which will consist of six episodes. Despite rumors of cancellation (due to scheduling conflicts within the main cast), the second half of season 5 will air in summer 2023.
To help you while you wait, we've compiled everything we know so far about the show's return in Yellowstone season 5, episode 9. We've also got all of the details on how you can watch the show on the Paramount Network, Paramount Plus, or wherever else you're streaming from.
Viewers in the UK will not have to wait much longer when the show returns in the US. The new episodes will air on Mondays on Paramount Plus from midnight GMT, as this is when new content is usually uploaded. In order to watch Yellowstone season 5, you will need a Paramount Plus subscription, which costs 6.99 per month.
So, if you're an Australian traveling away from home looking to watch Yellowstone season 5 on Stan, for example, you can get a VPN to set your location to Australia and then watch the show from anywhere in the world. We rate ExpressVPN as the best for streaming.
Yellowstone season 5 has been split into two installments for the first time ever. Part one is eight episodes and part two is six, making 14 episodes in total and the longest season of the show to date. Currently, the release dates have only been confirmed for Yellowstone season 5, part 1. Check out the breakdown of these below.
Yellowstone has never been a show afraid of a little blood, with over a dozen characters losing their lives over the past three seasons of the Paramount. The latest character to die n the modern western series is (spoilers ahead) Wade Morrow (played by Boots Sutherland), who found himself hung from a tree in Yellowstone Season 3, Episode 9.
The consequences and body count of this shootout are still playing out episodes later. In Season 1, Episode 4, we learn that Robert's wife Samantha (MorningStar Angeline) killed herself to ensure her children would be taken care of.
In the same episode, titled "The Long Black Train," ranch hand Fred Myers (Luke Peckinpah) was killed at the Wyoming state border by Lloyd Pierce (Forrie J. Smith) after being fired from the Dutton ranch for insubordination.
The Yellowstone Season 2 finale was probably the Paramount show's bloodiest episode so far, with the raid on Dan's (Danny Huston) compound leading to the deaths of Torry, Teal, two of the people who broke in and then Dan himself, killed by the third intruder.
In Yellowstone, Season 3, Episode 9, "Meaner Than Evil," Wade met his fate as retribution for whipping Colby (Denim Richards) and Teeter (Jen Landon) in the previous episode. The Dutton Ranch men ambushed him and managed to pull him off his horse with a lasso, then hung him from a tree after cutting the Dutton brand off of him.
The series is created by Taylor Sheridan, John Linson. The story of the series is written by Taylor Sheridan. It follows the Drama and Neo-Western. John Linson, Art Linson, Taylor Sheridan, Kevin Costner, David C. Glasser are the executive producers of the television series. The production companies involved in producing the series are Linson Entertainment, Bosque Ranch Productions, Treehouse Films, 101 Studios. Each episode of the series ahs a runtime of around 45 minutes holding more than million active viewers. Paramount Network is a giant in the entertainment industry that has cam forwards in announcing the renewal update of the third season of the series.
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Late in the episode, we see Jamie and Sarah canoodling as Jamie asks her whether she knows anyone who might be able to take Beth out in a more permanent fashion. Jamie knows that Beth is going to make a similar run at him, and he wants to be prepared. Sarah says that she does and even agrees to meet with some potential hitmen on his behalf. 041b061a72