As fans obsess over the new season of “Yellowstone” there can only be debate. As well as up-in-the-air questions about what the two-hour season premiere will bring. Among the scandalous rumors is the number of casualties in the first couple of episodes. Who is going to die? It wouldn’t be “Yellowstone,” after all, without a few good slayings.
During a Reddit conversation, fans of the show asked: how many casualties will the first two episodes bring? And honestly, you can’t give us a season 4 without some much-needed revenge for the Dutton attacks. We’ve been waiting for over a year.
“The whole issue depends on whether or not the ranch attack took place simultaneously with the shootings of John and Kayce and the bombing of Beth’s office,” one Redditor said. “If that IS the case, then we can expect to see that ranch attack during the 2-hour premiere. If that’s what comes about, then I guess 7, including one of ours (Yellowstone guys). If the ranch attack takes place later in the season, then I don’t know what’s going to happen during the 2-hour premiere.”
While the highly anticipated next season will at least have to reveal what happens to the main Dutton stars, fans are absolutely losing it over who’s responsible and why the seemingly coordinated attacks happened.
The official trailer for the next season was released at the beginning of this month – and it has fans losing their ever-loving minds.
With main characters returning – and the crux of the Dutton attack a lingering question – writer Taylor Sheridan is also adding a bunch of new characters and storylines. This has fans going wild.
“Yellowstone” Spinoff Excites Fans
Additionally, the season returns after the announcement of the “Yellowstone” spinoff “1883.” Taylor Sheridan is also the writer and director of the all-star cast.
With stars Tim McGraw, Faith Hill and Sam Elliott signing on, the show is sure to be exciting. It’s a take on the Dutton family in the 19th century.
The show will follow the original Duttons (McGraw and Hill). They will travel across the country by covered wagon and settle in Montana.
Further, the cast couldn’t be more thrilled to be joining the ranks of the “Yellowstone” elite.
“It all starts with the writing, and Taylor Sheridan is a brilliant writer. I think the western genre speaks clearly to both of us. The classic struggles of man against man, man against nature, and man against himself. It’s all there, in 1883, and I’m honored to be a part of it,” Elliott said in a statement.