We’re officially past the halfway mark of Yellowstone Season 4, folks. But keep your heads up! There’s plenty more drama to come over the next few weeks. Not to mention the premiere of the prequel series 1883 on December 19.
Episode 6, ‘I Want to Be Him’ Airs on Paramount Network
We’re all excited for 1883, but let’s not get ahead of ourselves just yet. There’s new Yellowstone action to enjoy by the fire tonight, and per usual, the sixth installment of Season 4, “I Want to Be Him,” will air on the Paramount Network.
The current season of Yellowstone has been a major win for the non-cord-cutters as cable has been one of the easiest ways to keep up with the beloved Taylor Sheridan series. Those with access to Paramount Network through their cable providers should tune in a few minutes before 8 p.m. ET tonight to catch up on last week’s conclusion before the new episode goes live.
Beyond hardwired cable, however, there are a few options to catch Yellowstone live. Some streaming providers like Sling TV and YouTubeTV allow access to live Paramount Network content, depending on the subscription package.
The ‘Yellowstone’ Streaming Options Get Messy Beyond the Paramount Network
By now, most Yellowstone fans are keenly aware of the licensing rights situation that has kept the show off of Paramount+. Those same issues have made keeping up with the current season a bit of a hassle if you’re not watching the new episodes live.
Those willing to wait a day can purchase individual episodes via Amazon Prime Video the next day. An entire season will run you about $20. Please keep in mind that you will not be able to watch the new episodes as they air if you go this route.
Lloyd Might Be Taking a Trip to the Train Station in Episode 6
Rip and Lloyd’s tension looks like it’ll come to a head during tonight’s new episode as if you needed any extra reason to watch. The official Yellowstone Twitter account dropped a promo video for the upcoming episode this morning.
“No room for outcasts like us in the bunkhouse,” Lloyd (Forrie J. Smith) says to Carter (Finn Little). Lloyd’s resentment stemmed originally from what he saw as Walker (Ryan Bingham) and Laramie (Hassie Harrison) rubbing their fling in his face. After getting into a fight, he landed himself in Rip’s doghouse, and things have only gotten worse.
“This ends here,” Walker says to Lloyd’s face during the promo. From there, we cut to a distressed Rip. He’s struggling with a tough decision. Could it mean Lloyd’s demise? Only one way to find out.
As always, stay tuned to Outsider’s Bunkhouse Breakdown podcast.