HomeEntertainmentTVYellowstone‘Yellowstone’ TV: Brecken Merrill, Who Plays Tate Dutton, Announces ‘That’s a Wrap’ on Season 4

‘Yellowstone’ TV: Brecken Merrill, Who Plays Tate Dutton, Announces ‘That’s a Wrap’ on Season 4

by Will Shepard
(source: Paramount Networks Press Center, Yellowstone Series Photography)

Yellowstone actor Brecken Merrill announced on Instagram he has finished filming on the show’s fourth season.

Arguably the hottest television show, many fans of the Paramount Network series are anxiously awaiting further installments. And after the conclusion of the last episode in season 3, those thoughts are valid.

Fortunately, notably unlike all good things, this show is not set to come to an end just yet. Merrill happily says, “That’s a wrap for ‘Yellowstone’ season 4“!

Additionally, Merrill tagged a number of other actors in his post. Merrill, who plays Tate Dutton, is the youngest character on the show, seems excited for what is to come on Yellowstone.

Season 4: What To Expect

Certainly to the delight of all of the show’s fans, concluding filming is an awesome achievement for Merrill. Amidst the chaos of the Covid-19 pandemic, TV shows have been the best way to pass the time. Yellowstone has found its niche.

As an action packed, drama-filled show, Yellowstone is a blossoming outdoors based show.

Now, its fans wait eagerly for the fourth season. While specific plotlines remain unknown, the family ties will unquestionably be tested. Certainly, the power dynamics of all the characters are a subject of this next season. And of course, fans are left to wonder how much of a factor the money will impact the season.

As always, the show, known for exploring the diverse cultures that Montana boasts. The indigenous vs. transplants, as they’re so-called, yet again will play an important role in the outcome of this season.

There’s no news yet on whether or not Yellowstone plans to continue after Season 4. But with the massive show’s massive viewership, fans can only hope that the series continues on for years to come.