Forrie J. Smith, who plays Lloyd on Yellowstone, shares pictures from his life on and off the set. Smith did it on Saturday with a twist.
On the Taylor Sheridan-created drama, Cole Hauser plays Rip Wheeler in Yellowstone.
So, what was the amazing statistic Smith added with the photo? Let’s take a look at his Instagram account.
The caption reads, “Yellowstone is currently the top series of the season across all television, including broadcast, cable, and premium networks, and Sunday’s opener is now the most-watched season premiere on cable”.
If you have been following Yellowstone this season, then you know the Duttons are out to get revenge for all the shootouts and explosions from last season.
Rip has had his hands full, too, when Beth Dutton, played by Kelly Reilly, brings a young boy to learn the Western style of life. She was at a hospital when the boy’s parent died, leaving him orphaned.
We see Wheeler giving the young boy a stern talking-to here and there.
And yes, Outsiders, the heat is rising between Rip and Beth.
Yellowstone stars Kevin Costner as John Dutton. Others in the cast include Wes Bentley, Luke Grimes, and Gil Birmingham.
Catch a new episode on Sunday nights at 9 p.m. Eastern, 8 p.m. Central, the Paramount Network. If you are looking to catch up on episodes from the previous three seasons, then they are available on the Peacock Network.
‘Yellowstone’ Star Informs Fans That He Has Finished His Season 4 Filming
Recently, Smith shared the news with his fans that he’d finished shooting all of the scenes for this Season 4 of Yellowstone.
As ranch hand Lloyd Pearce, he’s always got his hands full with taking care of the Dutton Ranch.
If you see Smith play his role, then it looks like the whole thing is effortless. In a way, Outsiders, that is true because he’s deeply involved in the ranch lifestyle.
Forrie is definitely an authentic cowboy in real life. He started competing in rodeos as an 8-year-old. Smith told the Rodeo News, it was the family business. His father and grandfather were deftly skilled in rodeo action.
He said, “I use a lot of the things I learned from rodeo in the film industry – like breaking things down into steps, thinking positive and not being negative.
“Thinking about what you did wrong and forgetting it; thinking about what you did right and building on it,” Smith said. “Hurry up and wait – that’s all learned from rodeo.”
Keep your eyes on Lloyd and how he handles Jimmy’s accident on the show. With Jimmy seriously injured, he’s being sent off the ranch. Jefferson White plays Jimmy.