“Yellowstone” is out with a new trailer, and bit by bit, the show is letting fans peek into Season 4, which looks to be even more intense and gripping than we initially thought.
In the new trailer, we see Rip Wheeler (Cole Hauser) coming across John Dutton’s (Kevin Costner) body by the side of the road, as before. And we see Garrett Randall (Will Patton) lecturing Jamie (Wes Bentley) about the meaning of the words “fair” and “moral,” once again.
But then we also see Lloyd (Forrie J. Smith) taking a blow to the face. We see Monica (Kelsey Asbille) coming across Jimmy’s (Jefferson White) unconscious body. We see Jamie holding someone at gunpoint. Then we see Mo (Mo Brings Plenty) taking on another man in a casino. We see a deputy brandishing a gun above rows of prostrate citizens. We see Summer Higgins (Piper Perabo) protesting. And we see Carter (Finn Little) taking a drag of a cigarette.
As the pace of the shots accelerates, we see Monica crouched in a room facing an unknown man who appears to be wounded. We see a car’s headlights cutting through the black of night. We see a SWAT team waiting outside a door after dark. Then we see a van and a truck colliding at an intersection. We see Jamie emerging from the driver’s seat, Mo dragging a man out of his trunk, and a crow hopping toward John’s prostrate form.
Watch the newest “Yellowstone” trailer here:
‘Yellowstone’ Season 4 Picks Up After Epic Cliffhanger
First things first, “Yellowstone” fans: If you don’t already know, you can catch the two-hour Season 4 premiere Sunday, Nov. 7 on the Paramount Network.
It picks up where the climactic Season 3 finale left off. That episode, which set a new ratings record, featured a showdown between Market Equities’ Roarke (Josh Holloway) and the Duttons, who found themselves aligned with Chief Thomas Rainwater (Gil Birmingham) and Angela Blue Thunder (Q’orianka Kilcher).
Jamie had just outmaneuvered Beth Dutton (Kelly Reilly) and accepted Roarke’s offer on a parcel of John’s land – which he did not want to sell – when Blue Thunder stepped in and announced a class-action environmental impact lawsuit, which would likely tie up the sale in litigation for years to come. As the Duttons left the meeting, things seemed to be looking up.
But then John, stopping by the side of the road to help a stranded mother, was gunned down in a drive-by shooting. Beth disappeared into an explosion after her assistant opened a suspicious package. And Kayce Dutton (Luke Grimes) faced off against a pack of armed intruders at his office.
As the finale drew to a close, Rip had noticed the signs that something was seriously awry in the valley. What he’ll do when he finds out about the attack on his boss and his fiancée is anybody’s guess. But it’s sure to make for some dramatic television.