It’s always a cool thing to see Yellowstone star Forrie J. Smith share some images from his life. Ole Lloyd has done it yet again.
Smith plays ranchhand, Lloyd Pierce, on Yellowstone and he’s been involved in a couple of scraps this season, too. But we’re going to put that on the backburner and let Forrie’s picture speak for itself.
With a sunset view that will melt a heart, we get quite a sweet vision from Smith out in the country.
‘Yellowstone’ Actor’s Fans Flock To Comments Section, Share Their Thoughts
Let’s see what some of Pierce’s fans think about this pic. One writes, “And in MT that means more than most people realize!!!” Must be someone who understands the meaning of having days stretch longer.
Another one chimes in and says, “Such a beautiful picture.”
Well, one fan of Smith and possibly Yellowstone, too, wants to switch out the TV Yule Log for something else. “I could watch this every night with coffee,” writes this person on Instagram.
Hey Outsiders, if you want to catch Smith and his ranchhand friends in new episodes for Season 4, then you better get to it. Just a few more to go before Yellowstone only airs reruns for a bit. Tune in on Sundays at 8 p.m. Eastern, 7 p.m. Central, on the Paramount Network.
Smith Offers His Ideas About Why People Connect To Western-Themed Drama
For anyone who has watched Yellowstone for a period of time, they might notice an element of authenticity in the show’s actors and scripts.
It shows up, too, in characters. Take Lloyd, for instance. He is one authentic dude who knows all about the cowboy lifestyle.
This helps those fans of the show make a connection with the series. It’s just part of what Yellowstone creator Taylor Sheridan strives to convey in the show.
Earlier in December 2021, Smith appeared in Fort Worth, Texas, at a celebrity cutting horse event. (As an aside, some scenes for Sheridan’s 1883 series were filmed in Fort Worth).
WFAA-TV spoke with Smith as he talked about fans and the series connecting together. What about this connection, Forrie? Is it real or not?
“It’s real,” he says. “It’s really happening out there. And I think people can relate to the dysfunctional [Dutton] family, there’s a lot of that in the world. Taylor’s built some really great characters, and it’s easy for actors to get into that character the way he’s built them.
“Everybody does such a good job,” Smith says. “I think it’s just a combination of the writing, and the acting has brought people to [the show].”