We're all waiting for the fourth season of Yellowstone so we can get back to all that Dutton family melodrama and all those hot ranch hands. Yellowstone Season 3 left many fates up in the air after John (Kevin Costner) was shot, Beth's (Kelly Reilly) office was blown up by a mail bomb, and Kayce (Luke Grimes) was the target of a separate gunman attack. We are pretty sure that Roarke Morris (Josh Holloway) is responsible for planning the attack on the Dutton family, but did Jamie (Wes Bentley) help? And did Beth and Kayce survive their attacks? What will become of the ranch if they didn't make it?
There are so many burning questions that still need to be answered. The good news is that a Season 4 premiere date has finally been announced. Here's what we know about the new season of Yellowstone.
There's a new trailer for Season 4 so check it out and prep for the show's big two-hour premiere.
Yellowstone returns for Season 4 on Sunday, Nov. 7, with back-to-back episodes.
There will be new faces in Season 4, including Jacki Weaver (Silver Linings Playbook, Birdbox) as Caroline Warner, the CEO of Market Equities. She's going up against John Dutton and trying to loosen the hold he has on all his Montana ranch land. Piper Perabo (Covert Affairs, Coyote Ugly) joins the cast as Summer Higgins, a protestor from Portland who is against the state-funded police force that protects industrialized farming and the killing of animals. Kathryn Kelly (Nashville, Dolly Parton's Heartstrings) will portray Emily, a vet tech who strikes up a relationship with a new Dutton ranch cowboy. And Finn Little (Storm Boy, Angel of Mine) is Carter, a young boy the Dutton family takes in. He's reminiscent of a young Rip (Cole Hauser), and Beth decides the ranch is the best place to teach him a lesson on how to be a man.
New episodes of Yellowstone will air on Paramount Network. Season 4 premieres Sunday, Nov. 7.
Seasons 1-3 are available to stream on Peacock.