Yellowstone is a hit drama series starring Academy-award winner Kevin Kostner that has had three exceptional seasons that fans can’t stop talking about, and subscribers are more than excited to learn when the show will be making its way to Netflix.
It was recently announced that more Yellowstone is coming in a number of ways. A fourth season announced ahead of this season 3 premiere and a prequel series titled Y: 1883 that is scheduled to air in 2021.
The western drama was created by Sons of Anarchy’s Tyler Sheridan and John Linson that first aired on June 20, 2018. Ever since then, it has been a force to be reckoned with in the world of the small screen when it comes to ratings and views, and several of its seasons have garnered very impressive Rotten Tomatoes scores.
All kinds of great drama series have made their way to the streaming powerhouse at one point or another, and it’s no wonder subscribers would love to have Yellowstone join Netflix’s already impressive lineup of licensed material. The Walking Dead, Grey’s Anatomy, Riverdale, and Queen of the South are just some of the excellent options available, with room for more.
What is Yellowstone about?
The series follows the Dutton family and their ranch that borders a Native reservation and a National Park. They are constantly in conflict with their neighbors and land developers as well as other unsavory characters, making the entire affair some enthralling must-see TV.
Kostner stars as the sixth generation patriarch of the family John Dutton. Also in the cast are some serious heavy-hitters like Luke Grimes, Cole Hauser, Kelsey Asbille, Wes Bentley, Danny Huston, and more.
When will Yellowstone be available on Netflix?
There is no doubt that Yellowstone offers up an intriguing modern take on the western genre that ends up being an instantly riveting affair. Unfortunately, the show will most likely not be coming to Netflix.
Right now, Yellowstone is available on Peacock and Paramount+ as well as most VOD services for rent or purchase. The fact that Paramount makes the show probably means any new seasons or prequels will find a home on their fledgling service and not on their biggest competitor, Netflix.
If things change with Yellowstone, we will be sure to let subscribers know right away.