‘Yellowstone’ TV: Here’s Fans’ Most Compelling Arguments for Why People Should Watch the Series

by Katie Maloney
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We don’t need any convincing when it comes to binge-watching our favorite series, “Yellowstone.” Unfortunately, there are some people in the world who have not yet been introduced to the world of the Duttons. For them, we feel sorry. But we’re also all for convincing them to start watching the show too. This is why we’re loving this recent”Yellowstone” Reddit thread. Fans are pitching the best reasons everyone should watch “Yellowstone.”

“If you like ‘The Godfather’, and you like cattle ranches, you’ll love ‘Yellowstone,'” wrote one user.

We’ve never heard it described that way, but we agree!

Another fan wrote, “On a scale of one to ten, Yellowstone is elevendy seven bazillion.”

We can’t count that high. Regardless, we agree!

Another fan ranked “Yellowstone” in their top favorite shows.

“In the top 3 shows I’ve ever watched,” they wrote. “I would go so far as to say top two on some days.”

We bet the season three finale was definitely one of those top-two days.

One more fan wrote, “It is a really great series. Great casting, writing, and acting. And the backdrop itself should win a golden globe!”

We certainly agree that the Montana landscape is a character all its own. And, in a way, the backdrop of “Yellowstone” is winning an Award.

‘Yellowstone’ Is Up For Its First Emmy Award

That ‘Yellowstone’ fan certainly wasn’t too far off in saying the backdrop of “Yellowstone’ deserved an award. The show recently announced its first Emmy nomination. Cary White, the Production Designer for the show landed a nomination for Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Contemporary Program. White talked about the nomination during a recent interview.

“It’s a thrill and I’m very happy,” said White. “‘Cause, it’s a great show. It deserves a little love.”

And landing a nomination after only three seasons is pretty impressive. In fact, White was quick to point out that it often takes a lifetime to land an award like this.

“Because I’ve been [in production] for a long time,” said White. “It’s been, like, 25 years since I had the last nomination.”

His previous nomination came from his work on the 1995 series, “Buffalo Girls.”

But an Emmy isn’t the only award “Yellowstone” is up for. The show was also nominated by the Hollywood Critics Association for two awards. The show is nominated for the Best Cable Series, Drama award. And actor Kelly Reilly, who plays Beth Dutton on the show, is nominated for Best Supporting Actress in a Broadcast Network or Cable Series, Drama. The HCA TV Awards will take place on August 22 at the Avalon Hollywood in Los Angeles. Fans can keep refreshing the “Yellowstone” social media pages to find out if they take home the awards that day.

Outsider.com