‘Yellowstone’ Makes Bold Promise Ahead of Season 4 Premiere

by Thad Mitchell
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None of us needed any extra motivation to watch season four of “Yellowstone,” but the show gave it to us anyway.

On its social media platforms, “Yellowstone” makes a bold promise that the new season will be “worthing watching” when it returns in just a few days. Most of us “Yellowstone” fans suspect that the new season will be worth watching — but it’s nice to have it in writing. The social media post shows a photo of Hassie Harrison in black and white, giving it a sort of creepy vibe. Harrison plays “buckle bunny” Laramie on “Yellowstone” and is returning for the fourth season. The social media photo also shows a crow creeping in before landing on a “Yellowstone” logo.

The Instagram post was made on Tuesday afternoon and has already caught the attention of many “Yellowstone” fans. Excitement levels among the show’s enormous fan base are reaching a fever pitch as we have just five more days until the premiere of the fourth season.

“This gonna be worth watching, indeed,” the Instagram post proudly proclaims.

As you can see. the post took in well over 100,000 views less than four hours after going live. “Yellowstone” fans are bursting at the seams as we count down the final days. Several fans wrote out their thoughts on the approaching news season in the comments section of the post.

“I can’t believe it is almost time for Yellowstone to come back on,” a fan writes. “It’s been a long wait but I can’t wait to see what happens in season four.”

“It’s about time!” another fan proclaims. “I want to see what John Dutton is going to do with whoever attacked his family. I hope he sends Rip after them.”

‘Yellowtone’ Promotes Fourth Season With Scavenger Hunt

“Yellowstone” has found a unique way to interact with fans and build excitement for the upcoming season. The show is sending fans on a virtual scavenger hunt with prizes for participants. The top prize is a trip to the actual Dutton Ranch — which should be on every fan’s bucket list. Fans have to figure out where the infamous Dutton Ranch sign is by examining just a few clues. Yesterday, the sign popped up in New York City.

“If you guessed New York City, you were right!” the tweet says. “The iconic Dutton Ranch sign made an appearance at Herald Square in the heart of NYC. Come back tomorrow for day 2!”

The “Yellowstone” scavenger hunt has been a hit with the show’s fans and the hope is to extend their viewer base with interaction.

“Yellowstone” will air its first two Season 4 episodes this Sunday evening. The two-hour premiere will hopefully set the tone for the rest of the season.

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