Yellowstone season 2 episode 2 is nearly here, and we will be talking about release details, streaming information, and plot. The season premiere episode was aired last week, and it was the start everyone expected. We knew that Lee’s death would not go out of the characters’ mind that easily, and that is what we saw. John Dutton was still struggling to believe what happened, and the other characters had a similar condition as well.
Nonetheless, we saw Kayce working hard to take some burden off of his father’s shoulders, as John has to deal with the long due legal problems of the ranch. Also, a damaging article was another problem which was introduced in the season premiere. Beth is also doing all the work she can to help her father. John was failing to fight against all the legal issues to keep his legacy without his lawyer son.
The show premiered its second season last week, and the second episode is supposed to premiere tomorrow. The second episode of Yellowstone season 2 is all set to release on 26 June 2019. The show is released on Paramount Network channel at 10 PM on Wednesdays. The upcoming episode is titled ‘New Beginnings.’
Apart from the television broadcast, Paramount app and website can help you watch any of the Paramount shows online including Yellowstone. Additionally, several streaming services like Roku, FuboTV, Philo, Sling, and DirecTV Now can also be utilized to watch Paramount channel at the mentioned time to watch Yellowstone.
Yellowstone Season 2 Episode 2 Spoilers
In the next episode, we will see Kayce and Rip having some heated arguments. On the other hand, Beth will be gathering resources and will start purchasing land to safeguard the ranch. She is trying to be a good girl, but I am worried for her as she might land the business in another issue by taking more loans. Also, we will see another story of Monica starting at the university! She has finally got a chance to get back to the university and teach, and the subject she has got is History. I am more concerned for John, whether he will be able to manage all the legal issues or not, and he is still grieving for his son, which makes things worse.