‘Yellowstone’s New Video Gives More Looks at Season 4 Than We’ve Seen So Far

by Leanne Stahulak
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Good news for “Yellowstone” fans. A new video promo dropped earlier today with a sneak peek at never-before-seen content for the upcoming Season 4.

We’re only a month away from the two-hour season premiere, and fans are itching to see more of their favorite characters on screen. That’s exactly what this new promo gives us, along with a glimpse at a brand new character.

The primary purpose of the video is to introduce 15-year-old Finn Little’s character, Carter. He’s a boy taken in by the Duttons who will start working on the ranch, similar to Rip when he was that age. But along with his introduction, we also get a glimpse of the Yellowstone ranch hands in scenes we haven’t ever seen before.

To start off, Walker introduces himself to the new kid. Fans were shocked to see Walker return to the ranch at the end of Season 3 after Kayce (Luke Grimes) took him to “the train station” in Season 2. Cole Hauser’s character Rip Wheeler expected Kayce to finish the job and kill him.

But Kayce ended up letting Walker go with a promise to not come back for a while. Apparently, Walker decided enough time had passed, because he surprised everyone by strolling back into the Yellowstone at the end of Season 3. Based on his interactions with the ranchhands in this new promo, there are no hard feelings between him and the others, which is an interesting development.

We also see clips of a beat-up Carter completing various “low man” tasks around the barn. He mucks out stalls, saddles horses, and gets taught how to rope by Lloyd (Forrie J Smith). We’ll hopefully see more of the ranch hands coaching Carter as the season progresses.

So, Who is Finn Little’s Character on ‘Yellowstone’?

The “Yellowstone” cast sat down to talk about Finn Little’s performance on the show and his character in the new promo. Cole Hauser called Little “great and “a natural” on the show.

“It doesn’t start easy for him, it’s tough treadin,'” Hauser admits of the character, Carter.

Forrie J Smith added, “He’s not quite the crushed soul that Jimmy was when he came. He’s more of an innocent, open slate.

Little said he enjoyed working with real cowboys on the set too. There’s no better way to learn the ropes (literally) than from the experts themselves.

“It’s a show about cowboys, but it’s nice to have real cowboys on,” Little said. “So, they really know what they’re doing, and they know the proper ways to do it.”

He concluded, “I’ve really enjoyed every moment of it, and it feels nice to be a part of something big.”

Check out the new promo for yourself in the tweet below. And make sure to tune in to Paramount on Sunday, Nov. 7 at 8 p.m. EST.

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