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‘Yellowstone’ TV: Fans Sound Off After Show Asks for Favorite Moment from Season 1

by Jennifer Shea
Paramount Network

The “Yellowstone” Twitter account wants to know: What’s your favorite moment from the first season of the Paramount Network’s hit series?

“Throwing it back to our season 1 recap,” the @Yellowstone Twitter account posted Thursday afternoon. “What’s your favorite moment from the first season? #TBT #YellowstoneTV.”

Fans Sound Off With Their Favorite Scenes

And, while they might get even more responses if they asked that question on Reddit, some fans have already begun chiming in with their favorite scenes.

“The only way to start a day,” tweeted one tweep, including a clip of the Kayce (Luke Grimes) vs. Rip (Cole Hauser) fist fight from Season 1.

“Every moment when I see Kevin Costner,” another Twitter user replied.

Yet another fan posted a clip of John Dutton (Kevin Costner) talking to Sheriff Donnie Haskell (Hugh Dillon) after Rip kills a bear, adding the quote, “I ain’t your problem, the Feds are.”

Watch the “Yellowstone” Season 1 recap here:

‘Yellowstone’ Season 4 Is Fast Approaching

The “Yellowstone” cast and crew wrapped filming on Season 4 in November. And according to the Instagram account of the Chief Joseph Ranch – which is where the Dutton ranch scenes are filmed – the premiere of Season 4 is set to take place sometime in June.

How many seasons fans will get to enjoy beyond that remains an open question. In an interview with Deadline last July, “Yellowstone” co-creator Taylor Sheridan said he hadn’t had that conversation with the Paramount Network yet.

But Sheridan said he expects the show will last a few more seasons after this. Speaking as they prepared to start filming Season 4, he estimated there will be “another two seasons beyond [Season 4].”

“I know how the series ends, and you have to move in a straight line toward that end. You can’t walk in circles, waiting to get there, because the show will stagnate,” Sheridan said. “I don’t see this as a procedural show. So, it’s not something that we could extend indefinitely. I don’t think anyone would want to do that; you’d cheapen the product.”

With the Season 3 premiere and the Season 3 finale shattering ratings records, it’s safe to bet the network and the studio behind “Yellowstone” are not too eager to shut it down. But with the overarching plotline predetermined, fans can only sit back, enjoy the ride and trust Sheridan knows what he’s doing.