‘Yellowstone’ Star Gil Birmingham Has Perfect 2-Word Reaction to Season 4 Premiere Date Reveal

by Jennifer Shea
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“Yellowstone” star Gil Birmingham said it all in his concise reaction to news of the Season 4 premiere date.

“Can’t wait! @yellowstone @paramountnetwork,” Birmingham posted to Instagram Thursday.

Birmingham Speaks For Millions Of ‘Yellowstone’ Fans

With his post, Birmingham also spoke for millions of “Yellowstone” fans, who have been waiting since June – the premiere window for the past three seasons – for word of the Season 4 premiere date.

Some fans certainly seem to feel they’ve waited long enough and can’t wait anymore. They had begun leaving impatient messages on @Yellowstone social media posts, which had been conspicuously silent on the premiere date as the summer ticked by.

In the meantime, while Birmingham is clearly impatient, too, the actor has been passing the time between seasons a bit more productively. For example, he spent his birthday visiting Niagara Falls, and he later posted a video to Instagram of himself enjoying their natural splendor.  

“A shout out to all my fans for the birthday wishes,” Birmingham posted. “I deeply appreciate all your kind words. Here’s how I spent my birthday.”

Season 4 Is Sure To Be Interesting

Season 4 of “Yellowstone” is set to premiere on Nov. 7. And based on where Season 3 left off, it’s sure to be full of intrigue.

When last we saw the Duttons, John Dutton (Kevin Costner) was lying bloodied by the side of the road, the victim of a drive-by shooting. Beth Dutton (Kelly Reilly) had disappeared into a cloud of smoke and flames as a bomb tore through her office. Kayce Dutton (Luke Grimes) was fending off a pack of intruders at his office. And ranch hand Jimmy Hurdstrom (Jefferson White) was lying unconscious on the ground where a horse had thrown him.

The attacks on the Dutton family definitely cast a cloud of suspicion over Market Equities, the hedge fund the Duttons had just been doing battle with over its plans for an airport in the valley. But could the culprit be someone else? Market Equities’ Roarke (Josh Holloway) has thus far been a pretty tame villain, by “Yellowstone” standards. He hasn’t even tried to kidnap Tate (Brecken Merrill).

In a few short months, “Yellowstone” fans will get to find out. Meanwhile, maybe “Yellowstone” will drop another trailer or launch another “Yellowstone” marathon. The show has got two and a half months left to go before the premiere, after all.

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