‘Yellowstone’ TV: Kayce Dutton Says ‘Let’s Go’ as the Memorial Day Weekend Marathon Continues

by Jon D. B.
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Yellowstone‘s “prodigal son” is all action in this classic clip, which has us pining even harder for a Season 4 trailer – or a teaser at the least!

“You heard the man. It’s time for ‘The Remembering’,” boasts Yellowstone‘s official Twitter this weekend.

You know what else it’s time for, Yellowstone? A Season 4 trailer! Or a teaser at the least! It feels petty at this point, but c’mon, Paramount! Yellowstone fans are dying for any glimpse of Season 4, and with nothing in sight for all of 2021 so far, the angst is strong.

Seriously, look at the swagger in this classic Kayce scene and tell us he’s not ready to tackle the truths of Season 4 with all the gusto of his “Lets go!”:

As of late, when Yellowstone‘s social media asks questions like “Wonder what Kayce is thinking about…” as they have this May, well, we’ll tell yah, Yellowstone. It’s the damn trailer.

Click on through to that previous shot (via the above link) and you’ll see the soulful eyes of a cowboy who longs for destiny, folks. For fate. And there’s none of either for Kayce Dutton without a @%#$ trailer!

Sorry. Composure regained.

Wait, When Should We Expect a ‘Yellowstone’ Season 4 Trailer?

In all seriousness, when, exactly, should we expect to see a glimpse of Yellowstone Season 4? Thankfully – and we mean this – it should be right around the corner.

By looking back at when the trailers for other seasons hit ahead of their season’s premieres, we can shed light on when to expect Season 4’s trailer. So far, each trailer has released an average of a month and a half before their season’s premiere.

Yellowstone Season 3’s first episode hit June 20 of 2020. The trailer, though, hit relatively soon before that in the second week of May 2020. As a result, if Yellowstone Season 4 is also to hit in late June for 2021, then the trailer should hit mid-May.

Paramount should stick to a more typical syndication style for their cable drama and launch at a similar time to previous seasons, so this seems as solid a bet as any. But there’s no harm in keeping those fingers crossed, cowboys & girls!

Regardless, and with so much focus placed on the explosive events of Season 3’s finale, fans are aching for something – anything – to give an idea of what to expect for the future of Yellowstone. A trailer is absolutely the best way to do this.

Keep in mind, however, that we’ve still yet to receive an exact release date for Yellowstone Season 4. Right now, all we know is “Summer 2021”. But it’s almost June, so prepare yourselves, fellow Outsiders!

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