The last time I checked in with Kevin Costner, one of my favorite actors, it was just his voice as the dog Enzo in The Art of Racing in the Rain ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
My blindspot, since we don’t have television, is he’s been starring in the lead role of the TV series Yellowstone, which season three just started June 21, 2020 every Sunday night on Paramount. The first two seasons of Yellowstone are available on Peacock.
The show follows the trials and tribulations of the Duttons, a family of ranchers operating the the largest contiguous ranch in the U.S. But you don’t reach the Duttons’ level of wealth and success by playing nice, not out where the west is still wild, and the family is constantly attending to conflicts from outside—including land developers, political opponents, and clashes with the local reservation—as well as from within as the complicated dynamics between the patriarch John (played by Kevin Costner) and his children—frustrated, politically ambitious Jamie (Wes Benton), deliciously vicious Beth (Kelly Reilly), and estranged former soldier Kayce (Luke Grimes)—play out with plenty of scheming, secrets, and no little bit of bloodshed.How to Watch Yellowstone Season 3 – Where to Watch Yellowstone Online
One challenge with TV shows that are trending and aren’t brand new is having to catch up current with them. Season 1 & 2 are available on Peacock (19 total episodes which with average run times of 45 minutes is like 14+ hours of watch time).
Today, I started watching the first episode where literally in the first five minutes Kevin Costner’s Dutton lead character is in a car accident and must shoot his injured horse in the head. Must admit that westerns aren’t usually my thing, but this is a much more modern western.
The only reason I’m even offering this as a FIRST LOOK here is that it features Kevin Costner and is trending as one of the most watched TV shows at home right now. I’m always fascinated when I look at these top lists and see shows I’ve never heard of that are popular. It just humbles me to no end. Being humbled is good. Just when I think I sort of know what’s going on with movies and TV shows, I’m proven there is much to learn.
Anybody reading enjoy watching Yellowstone?
Yellowstone Season 1 & 2 is available on Peacock now, season 3 now airing on Paramount.