YELLOWSTONE fans are begging Paramount Network to share the season 4 premiere date after announcing a marathon of the show this weekend.
The network revealed it will re-air seasons 1 through 3 over July 4 weekend, but viewers demanded new episodes be released instead of old ones.
ParamountFans have been begging Paramount Network for the season 4 premiere date of Yellowstone[/caption]
Fans believed the popular show would make its grand return on Paramount Network on June 20, as previous seasons had made their debut on Father’s Day, but that wasn’t the case.
Not only did a new episode of the series, starring Kevin Costner as rancher John Dutton, not air that day, but there has still been no official word from Paramount about when season 4 will premiere.
As such, excited viewers are getting antsy about having the show back in their lives, bombarding the network’s Instagram announcements about a seasons 1-3 marathon airing this weekend for July 4.
Along with a trailer for the three-day, three-season event, the caption read: “Bring the heat this 4th of July weekend with an explosive three-season binge! The #YellowstoneTV marathon starts Saturday at 12pm ET, only on @paramountnetwork.”
Eager fans begged for news about new episodes, though, with one writing: “That’s cool you know what’s cooler? that Season 4 release date!”
Another said: “Playing around with season 4 is like playing around with my emotions and you know this mannnnn”
A third commented: “Roses are Red, John Dutton has a hat, seriously guys, where’s season 4 at”
Others said that they’re “ready to binge season 4 though” and that it makes no sense to them that old episodes are being replayed when they “can’t even give loyal fans a start date for season 4.”
ParamountThe network announced a Yellowstone marathon over July 4 weekend[/caption]
ParamountSeasons 1 through 3 will air in their entirety[/caption]
The network tried to get fans extra excited about the marathon by revealing the 2020 sports drama, The Last Champion, which stars Yellowstone actor Cole Hauser (Rip Wheeler), would have its broadcast premiere right after season 3 finishes reairing on Monday.
Again, lovers of the show just told them that’s “not the premiere announcement we wanted!!”
The Yellowstone marathon begins with all nine episodes of season 1 airing on Paramount Network on Saturday, beginning at 12pm ET.
The network will take a short break with another Kevin Costner-led project at 11pm – sports film Draft Day, which also stars the late Chadwick Boseman.
ParamountFans demanded an announcement of a season 4 release date instead of a marathon announcement[/caption]
ParamountMany believed the show would return last month, as previous seasons debuted in June[/caption]
Kevin’s 1987 crime drama, The Untouchables, will air right after that, before a few hours of paid programming comes on during the early Sunday morning hours.
An episode of Bar Rescue comes on at 8am on July 4, following by Kevin’s 2006 action-adventure flick, The Guardian, with Ashton Kutcher, airs at 8:30am.
More of the Yellowstone marathon arrives at 12pm with the show’s season 2 premiere, with the whole 10-episode season wrapping up at 11pm.
Another back-to-back showing of movies then kicks off – this time with one Kevin-starring movie, 2003’s Open Range, and one John Travolta film, 1980’s Urban Cowboy.
ParamountYellowstone did not end up coming back in June, and Paramount Network has yet to give official information about when it will[/caption]
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Paramount Network continues its break in Yellowstone programming until the entirety of season 3 airs on Monday, starting once again at 12pm.
After the marathon finishes up at 10pm, the network revealed it will have the broadcast premiere of Yellowstone star Cole’s sports film, The Last Champion.
Fans are hoping the season 4 release date for the popular Western series will be announced shortly after the July 4 marathon.