Before Yellowstone season 2 even ended, the fans of the series were already wanting to know if the series is coming back for a third season. Fortunately, the Paramount Network revealed the news that the hit show is returning for a third season in 2020. This was confirmed when season 2 was airing.
How many episodes will there be in Yellowstone Season 3?
Yellowstone Season 3 will be having a total of 10 episodes, and it has been officially confirmed.
For those who don’t know what Yellowstone is all about, the official synopsis reads:
“Yellowstone follows the Dutton family, led by John Dutton, who controls the largest contiguous ranch in the United States. The ranch is under constant attack by those it borders—land developers, an Indian reservation, and the United States of America’s first National Park. It is an intense study of a violent world far from media scrutiny, where land grabs earn developers billions, and politicians are bought and sold by the world’s largest oil and lumber corporations. Where unsolved murders are not news, they are a consequence of living in the new frontier. It is the best and worst of the United States, as seen through the eyes of a family that represents both.”
— Yellowstone (@Yellowstone) April 10, 2020
When is Yellowstone Season 3 update?
Yellowstone Season 3 will be released on Paramount Network on June 17, 2020. There were some questions about this show that Yellowstone was following the same as Waco, which is Paramount’s other hit show. But, instead, this show was revealed to be drama series, which means it’ll probably be around for years to come, or so we hope.
Who is the cast of Yellowstone Season 3?
As for the cast members, many of the beloved characters are returning to the show Wich includes
- Wes Bentley
- Kelly Reilly
- Luke Grimes
- Cole Hauser
- Kelsey Asbille
- Forrie R. Smith
- Denim Richards
Furthermore, there are new cast members in the show, Josh Holloway who will be playing the role of “Roarke Carter, a handsome, charming, shaggy-haired hedge fund manager with ambitious plans in Montana,” according to Deadline.
On the other hand, John Emmet Tracey has also joined the cast and will be playing the role of “Ellis Steele, a chief litigator whose firm represents Fortune 500 companies in land-acquisition deals. Q’orianka Kilcher joins the cast as Angela Blue Thunder, a Native American and political opponent of Thomas Rainwater. Moreover, recently, it was reported that a female wrangler named Teeter, who is played by Animal Kingdom’s Jennifer Landon.
Yellowstone Season 3 is supposed to release on June 17, 2020, on the Paramount Network, it was entirely sure up until recently, but it was confirmed to be coming in June, soon after. Fans of Yellowstone on twitter are wondering that if they are getting an early release for the show, and regarding that, we are updating this post today.
The show is extremely popular in the USA as well as around the world, and Twitter users are asking for an early release. Despite that, there is no official word on Yellowstone Season 3’s early release. Production and filming of almost all the major tv shows have halted in the USA, Yellowstone’s third season is set to release on June 17, but there is a chance that at the end time it could get delayed, we will update you once we have more confirmation this.
Here is what the fans have to say on Twitter:
— Hayley Templeman (@HayleyTempsy) April 13, 2020
— EAT IT!!!!! (@ChefSJ) April 12, 2020
— Brad Shelton🧢 (@UCCoachShelton) April 9, 2020
Seasons 1 and 2 were recorded in more than 20 areas around Utah and Montana. More often than not they are recording in Salt Lake City, Summit, Weber, and Wasatch. However, we comprehend what you’re pondering Where is that farm?! All things considered, it’s genuine and it’s in Darby, Montana. The chateau is really called Chief Joseph Ranch. It’s named after Chief Joseph, who drove his kin over the farm in his departure from the U.S. Armed forces during the Nez Perce War in the mid-year of 1877, as indicated by the property’s site.
In any case, in 1914, the 2,500-section of the land farm was bought by the glass mogul William S. Portage and Federal Judge Howard Clark Hollister, and they started transforming it into “one of the extraordinary log structures of the American West,” the Ford-Hollister Lodge. In the wake of finishing their work, it sat at 6,000 square feet. At that point, in the mid-1950s, it was sold and renamed the Chief Joseph Ranch.
— Yellowstone (@Yellowstone) April 2, 2020
Need to live like a well off farmer? You’re in karma: in the middle of recording, this working Montana farm serves as a family home and a visitor farm. At the present time, it’s shut yet it will revive in spring 2020, which is when season 3 beginnings. Envision viewing the new season directly from the Dutton family lounge?
In the season 2 finale, “Sins of the Father,” the Dutton family was confronting an exacting life and demise circumstance. With Kayce and Monica’s child, Tate (Brecken Merrill), abducted, John and Kayce track down Teal (Terry Serpico) and Malcolm Beck (Neal McDonough) for data, realizing that the two agents have something to do with kid’s vanishing.
Yellowstone Season 3 Premiere Status: update (June 17, 2020)
Kayce shoots and slaughters Teal for his reluctance to talk, and Malcolm is apparently left for dead in the wake of giving a couple of subtleties into Tate’s grabbing. We, in the long run, discover that the Becks employed racial oppressors to seize Tate, who is presently damaged in the wake of being beaten. Kayce discovers his child and they get back. During a contacting minute, Rip discovers that John has gone out as a thank you for sparing his girl Beth from assailants in a past scene.