‘Yellowstone’ All Weekend Live: How to Livestream the ‘Best Of’ Event

by Maggie Schneider

Here’s how to watch Paramount Network’s All Weekend Live Event: “Best of ‘Yellowstone’ | All Weekend Long Livestream”

Fans are gearing up for the season finale of “Yellowstone” this Sunday night. To celebrate, Paramount Network is hosting a special livestream event all weekend long. The description states that the event will bring fans “all the best moments from Yellowstone Dutton Ranch.”

To watch the “Best of Yellowstone” event, fans should head over to Paramount Network’s YouTube channel. The stream begins tonight at 6 p.m. EST on this page. Fans can set a YouTube reminder ahead of the event, or go to the link right when it’s showtime.

“Yellowstone” viewers are also encouraged to use the live chat feature. Here, users can share their live reactions to the stream, as well as make predictions on the upcoming finale. Paramount Network hopes to make this a fun, interactive experience.

“Yellowstone” Finale Features Lainey Wilson Performance

Country star Lainey Wcountrilson is performing on the Season 4 finale episode of “Yellowstone.” The series’ Instagram account announced the big news last night. The post includes a video clip of Lainey Wilson discussing her excitement.

“When I watched Season 1 of ‘Yellowstone,’ I felt this connection right away to the show,” Wilson says. “So many people love the music that goes along with it. So when I got the call, that I was going to have a song on ‘Yellowstone,’ I freaked out.”

The post’s caption calls the announcement a “bonus reason not to miss a single second of the #YellowstoneTV season 4 finale.”

Fans are exciting to see the musical addition to the end of Season 4.

“Yasss @laineywilsonmusic North Louisiana girl!!” one fan comments.

“Congratulations!!! You are perfect for Yellow Stone!!” another writes.

The musical moment, sponsored by Fritos, is airing this Sunday.

“This is going to be a good opportunity to share my music with the world,” Wilson says.

An Ending To “Yellowstone”

“Yellowstone” creator Taylor Sheridan knows how he wants the show to end. He keeps this in mind as he writes each script.

“Well, I know how it ends,” he says. “I’m writing to that ending. There’s only so much hovering one can do before the story starts to lose its locomotion; you can’t put it in neutral just because it’s successful. It will go as many years as it takes for me to tell the story, but you’re not going to see nine seasons of it. No way.”

While Season 4 is not the final chapter of “Yellowstone,” Sheridan does not expect the show to run forever. For now, let’s enjoy the ride and stay focused on this season’s finale.