Those Yellowstone fans who will be watching the Season 4 season-ending episode on Sunday night have their next show in their sight.
No, it does not have a tie to the Taylor Sheridan-created Western drama on the Paramount Network. But Joe Pickett does come out of the creative world of author C.J. Box. It stars Michael Dorman as Joe Pickett and Julianna Guill as Marybeth Pickett.
This show airs on Spectrum. Dorman plays the Wyoming game warden who moves through the changing times of life with his family.
A thread on Reddit talks about why these Yellowstone fans are going to be watching it. They have their plans made to dial it up after hopefully getting some closure on a few storylines. The thread is titled, “New Show similar to Yellowstone: LOOKS GOOD “Joe Pickett”.
‘Yellowstone’ Fans Are Gearing Up For Watching Drama That Comes From Books
One fan writes, “Lol, The good deal of money went into making the trailer. The show is not bad but the trailer will set you up for disappointment.” Another one replies, “Did you find it was slow or difficult to follow? I will queue it up to watch tonight.”
This Yellowstone fan comments on the other drama’s lead actor: “I see Michael Dorman and I watch that show.”
Now, this one fan knows the books. “The books were some of the best I’ve ever read. High hopes for the show.”
Another fan is asking a very important question. They say, “What channel is this on or is it another streaming deal?” And a fan’s reply states, “Looks like you will have to wait before it finishes airing before it’s released on paramount plus. Unless you have a spectrum tv subscription which is 45 dollars a month.”
Finally, we have this interesting fan response about Joe Pickett: “My friend worked on that show, was filmed down in Turner Valley AB Canada. :)”.
One of Show’s Stars Hints At Breakup Between Beth, Rip In Finale
While fans definitely want some closure to storylines on Yellowstone, one of the show’s stars is dropping a hint that there will be a breakup.
Did Beth Dutton, played by Kelly Reilly, toss that aside by asking Walker, played by Ryan Bingham, to sing a sad song for her?
Bingham talks about the scene’s aftermath in the latest Behind the Story offering from Yellowstone.
“I felt like Walker was kind of going in this other direction, and all of a sudden he gets kind of pulled back into that triangle of Beth and Rip,” Bingham says. “And to be honest, I don’t want to get on Rip’s bad side too often. Things are starting to go pretty good, you know, so I hope he doesn’t get too upset.”