Fans saw a lot during Season Three of “Yellowstone.” The season included all of the usual dramatic ups and downs. However, according to actor Luke Grimes, who plays Kayce Dutton on the show, Season Three of “Yellowstone” also included one key difference from all the other seasons. During an interview in 2020, Grimes talked about what audiences saw for the first time during the season. Let’s see if you agree with him!
“I think for the first time you get to see the Duttons like sitting and enjoying their lives for five seconds before everything goes back to s***,” said Grimes.
Man, if Season Three was meant to portray the Duttons “enjoying” their lives, we can only imagine what’s in store for them during the upcoming season.
“And it’s actually a really cool kind of thing where we shot this kind of summer camp thing where Monica, Kayce and Tate live in a tent in the wilderness,” continued Grimes. “It was just so fun to shoot those scenes, a really dreamy kind of situation. And you get to explore that romantic adventure of living in the west and being a cattle rancher. Like I said, that gets interrupted pretty quickly. But I think the audience is going to like seeing that.”
We see what Grimes is saying when he talks about watching the Duttons enjoy their lives a bit. Monica and Kayce did seem to mend their relationship, John Dutton shared some moments of connection with Governor Perry, and Beth and Rip settle into their relationship all during season three of “Yellowstone.” However, as Grimes states, all of that is quickly interrupted by threats, back-stabbing and the Season Three finale bombing. Nothing is peaceful for very long on the Yellowstone ranch.
What Did Kelsey Asbille Think About Season Three Of ‘Yellowstone’?
Actor Kelsey Asbille, who plays Monica Dutton, Kayce’s wife, on “Yellowstone” also shared her thoughts on Season Three. She seemed to be on the same page with Grimes. She said that there seemed to be a moment of calm before the storm that was the season finale. She’s probably one of the more objective characters on the show. Although she’s affected by every decision Kayce makes, she seems better able to observe the circumstances without being completely consumed by the emotions behind them.
“This is probably the biggest season we’ve had. As it’s been on TV, we have this moment of catharsis and healing at the beginning. And it’s just about to…stuff is going to hit the fan,” she said with a laugh.
Looking back at how things played out during the season “stuff is going to hit the fan” feels like the understatement of the year. With the fates of each Dutton up in the air, we’re all chomping at the bit for the Season Four premiere.