Follow the Dutton family! Fans were hooked Yellowstone since its premiere in 2018 – in part because of the wild west it explores.
While the Paramount Network series has been scorned by award shows and voters — it has earned just one Emmy nomination since its debut — more than 11 million people tuned in to the season 4 finale. issue in January.
Which makes Yellowstone so popular? The Kevin CostnerThe directed show is a compelling mix of soapy melodrama and gritty modern cowboy storytelling. It also features Luke Grimes like Kayce Dutton, Kelly Reilly like Beth Dutton, Wes Bently like Jamie Dutton and Cole Hauser like Rip Wheeler.
“The foot is still down on the gas pedal,” Costner exclusively said. We Weekly at the Paramount Upfronts in May 2022 from the future of the show. “It holds up like the first four seasons. So I was really happy about that.
The Oscar-winning actor continued, “I feel like we’re headed in the right direction. It’s not that easy to catch a climax. It’s not so easy to stay there. And I think the writing really stays at a level that’s important.
Viewers seem to be okay with latching onto the Dutton family’s story, which surrounds their life on a large cattle ranch in Montana. The drama has since inspired several spinoffs from the creator Taylor Sheridanincluding those of 2021 1883which features Tim McGraw, hill of faith, Sam Elliot and Isabelle Mayand the upcoming series 1923, 6666 and 1883: The Bass Reeves Story.
Sheridan’s take on the modern western is certainly spreading and YellowstoneThe incredible scenery of has reinforced fans’ love for the series, which is gearing up for season 5.
“At the end of the day, going to some of these places where most people have never been, where you open up a whole new world, and all these places or characters in the story, to me, is fascinating,” Sheridan told Deadline in January 2022.
Many of the places he talks about are actually located in the western United States, which helps bring authenticity to the episodes.
Instead of the usual LA soundstage, Yellowstone movies all over Montana. For example, the Dutton Ranch runs in Bitterroot Valley, Montana, not far from Yellowstone National Park.
Fans of the Paramount hit can travel from show to show by following We’ Yellowstone location guide below: