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After four seasons of fighting against billionaire land developers, politicians and wolves in Big Sky Country, Yellowstone finally won the first award nod. The Western drama starring Kevin Costner earned a SAG Award nomination for best dramatic group, and both the hit show and its prequel, 1883, set a television rating record for the Paramount Network. And creator Taylor Sheridan has a Yellowstone spinoff, 6666, in the operations for Paramount+.
Yellowstone follows the Dutton family, led by patriarch John Dutton (Costner), as they defend their cattle ranch in Montana against land developers and others on its border, including Co. First National Park of the United States and a Native American reserve. The show is the last scripted original series still on the Paramount Network, where it debuted in 2018. The final season of the 10-episode fourth season aired earlier this month, drawing 10.3 million people watch Paramount Network and simulcast on CMT.
If entering the popular TV show’s awards season race has intrigued you with following the modern-day Dutton family, here’s how to watch each episode of the show. Yellowstone on cable and online.
How to watch Yellowstone Online
If you’re trying to watch all four seasons of Yellowstone online, there are a number of different options – but the question that often comes to everyone’s mind is whether the program available on Paramount+, where the show’s prequel is located, 1883, and coming soon 6666 spinoff. It’s a complicated answer – we’ll explain it below – but the short version is the only way to watch part four of the series. Yellowstone is through Paramount Network (separate from Paramount+) and requires a subscription to a traditional cable package or live TV service to gain access to the channel.
Both cable and TV streaming services let you watch YellowstoneThe latest episodes are live, so you’ll need to check upcoming air dates or use your TV streaming platform’s DVR option to record episodes for later viewing.
See Yellowstone on your computer, you can sign in to your existing cable account at ParamountNetwork.com. If you’re watching the show on an iPad, iPhone, Android phone or tablet, Roku or Apple device, or Amazon Fire TV, you can download the Paramount Network app (not the Paramount+ app) and verify your subscription using cable TV providers such as Cox, DirecTV (formerly AT&T TV), Dish, Optimum, Spectrum, Verizon, and Xtream, among others.
Those who cut the cord without cable can watch Yellowstone on a smart TV, smartphone or tablet by accessing Paramount Network through live TV platform apps including DirecTV Stream ($70 monthly), FuboTV ($65 and up monthly) , Hulu with Live TV ($70 per month or more), Philo ($25 and increments monthly), Sling TV ($35 to $50 monthly, plus an additional $6 for Paramount Network and other channels) or YouTube TV ($55 monthly). You can also use a plug-in device that allows you to use your TV streaming subscription on your TV, such as Amazon Fire TV Stick, Apple TV, Google Chromecast or Roku. Game consoles like Xbox and PlayStation also support streaming apps and let you watch content in HD 4K quality.
Yet another option? You can purchase previous and current seasons or individual episodes of Yellowstone online via Amazon Prime Video ($20 per season or $3 per episode) or Google Play ($15 to $17 per season).
How to watch Yellowstone Free Online
Some TV streaming services with access to the Paramount Network offer free trials – essentially allowing you to watch Yellowstone Free for a limited time. FuboTV and Philo both offer seven-day trials, and Sling offers potential customers three days for free before their monthly membership kicks in.
When can you go live Yellowstone Part 4 Online?
If you want to go live Yellowstone online, you can do so on Peacock – but online TV viewers will need to wait at least 90 days after the latest season finale air date on January 2 to stream the most recent 10 episodes. . Peacock has not announced an online release date for Yellowstone, so expect it to come online sometime in March.
How to see past parts of Yellowstone Online or on TV
If you want to stream old episodes of Yellowstone, you’ll need a Peacock subscription owned by Comcast, the company that owns the rights to stream the first three seasons of the Western series. Subscriptions to the on-demand video player cost $5 per month for an ad-supported Premium plan, or $10 monthly for an ad-free Premium Plus plan. The Peacock app is available on devices and platforms including Amazon Fire Stick and TVs, Android TV, Google Chromecast, iOS, PlayStation 4 and 5, and Roku; Smart TVs from LG, Samsung and Vizio; web browsers such as Google Chrome, Firefox and Safari; among others.
Watch ‘Yellowstone’ on Peacock ‘Online’
$5 to $10 monthly
You can purchase all four seasons or individual episodes of Yellowstone on movie and TV streaming services, including on Amazon Prime Video ($20 per season or $3 per episode).
‘Yellowstone’ on Amazon Prime Video
Those who prefer to have physical formats of their favorite shows can get Yellowstone seasons one through three on Blu-Ray and DVD, and pre-order season four ahead of its release in disc format on March 8.
Yellowstone Part Four Blu-Ray
Pre-order Blu-Ray ‘Yellowstone’ Season 4
Yellowstone First limited edition tri-season DVD gift set
‘Yellowstone’ Season 3 DVD Gift Set
Yellowstone Part One and Two Blu-Ray Sets
‘Yellowstone’ Part 1 and 2 Blu-Ray
Yellowstone Special Edition Blu-Ray Season 3
DVD ‘Yellowstone’ Season 3 Special Edition ($26 subscription)