The crossover we never knew we needed. Fan-favorite “Yellowstone” star Mo Brings Plenty ran into “1883” star James Landry Hébert at the 6666 Ranch in Texas this weekend.
Let’s unpack that real quick. “Yellowstone” fans know Mo as Chief Thomas Rainwater’s bodyguard and driver on the hit Western show. We met Hébert on the first few episodes of the “Yellowstone” prequel series “1883,” which catalogs the Duttons’ journey to Montana. And the Four-Sixes Ranch made several appearances in the latest season of the Western when Jimmy got sent down there to learn how to be a cowboy.
It’s a crazy coincidence that we’re only too happy to see. Check out the photo of the two legends in Mo’s Instagram post below. He captioned the photo, “1883’s James Landry Hébert & me at the 6666’s supply store today; James plays ‘Wade’ in the new hit series.”
We aren’t yet sure about what brought the two down to the Four-Sixes in the first place. We know Mo owns a ranch with his family, and Hébert grew up not too far away in Louisiana. Also worth noting, “1883” did do quite a lot of filming in Texas, however. Either way, we hope they found what they were looking for at the 6666 supply store.
Fans loved the crossover interaction, taking to the comments to praise the “Yellowstone” and “1883” stars. “Two very talented and humble actors!!!” one fan said in the comments.
“Love you both. Excellent work and entertainment,” another “Yellowstone” fan said. “Loving 1883, looking forward to 6666 and will miss Yellowstone until it returns,” another person wrote.
We’re in the same boat, waiting on the edge of our seats for the next “1883” episode and eager for more news on “Yellowstone” and “6666.”
‘Yellowstone’ Star Mo Brings Plenty Speaks on Cultural Diversity in Show
“In society today, there’s a racial diversity, there’s a great movement for it. But we need to also incorporate the cultural diversity, which is going to be the savior of humanity,” Mo said.
In Season 4 of “Yellowstone,” we saw more Mo than we ever had before. And fans loved it. They called him the best, yet underrated, character, and someone who deserved more screentime. We saw more of Mo’s family life as well as different rituals and ceremonies that the actor himself incorporates into everyday life.
“The representation of [cultural diversity] in front of the camera, it’s not just an important part, it’s the representation off-camera as well in everyday life,” he said. “I try to incorporate it and put it into action. That’s the most important language in our culture’s movement. It’s the language of action. And so we really incorporate our language and action.”
Hopefully, we’ll see even more representation from Mo and others in “Yellowstone” Season 5.