Whether you're looking for a new summer show or you've been patiently waiting for your favorite ranching drama to return to TV, we have some good news: Yellowstone, the most-watched new cable series of the last two summers, returns for season 3 on June 21. The Paramount Network show, starring Kevin Costner, Kelly Reilly, Luke Grimes, and Wes Bentley, follows the Dutton family on the "largest contiguous ranch in the United States." Throughout the first two seasons, the Dutton family experienced their fair share of heartbreak, violence, and health struggles — and it looks like season 3 won't be any different.
How to Watch Yellowstone Season 3
If you have cable, you're in luck: Starting 21, Yellowstone season 3 airs on Paramount Network on Sunday nights at 9 p.m. It will pick up right where the season two finale left off with "a lot more of the 'Don't mess with the Duttons' attitude," according to actor Forrie J. Smith, who plays Lloyd. We're in for a treat this time around because season three will have 10 brand-new episodes — and it's already been confirmed that Yellowstone will come back for a fourth season next year.
If you don't have cable, turn to these affordable streaming services to watch the show live or record it for later:
Sling: For $30 a month, get 45 channels, including Paramount Network, as a part of the Sling Blue package.
But if you can practice your patience, wait three days after the show's initial airing to watch the latest Yellowstone episode on Paramount Network's website for free — no cable login required.
How to Stream Yellowstone Season 3 (or 1 and 2, If You're Late to the Game)
If you're new to Yellowstone, then see what all the hype's about by buying season 1 and 2 on iTunes, Amazon, YouTube, Google Play, or Vudu. Unfortunately, Paramount Network no longer lets you stream older episodes on their website, so your options are limited if you're looking for a free option.
Even though Yellowstone isn't available for streaming on Netflix, Hulu, or AppleTV+, Paramount Network signed an exclusive deal with NBCUniversal's new streaming service, Peacock. Comcast Xfinity customers can now stream the show on NBC's brand-new streaming service, Peacock Premium, at no extra cost. Everyone else can stream the show on Peacock Premium for $4.99 a month starting July 15, 2020.
During season 3, new episodes will be available for purchase the following day on iTunes, Amazon, YouTube, Google Play, or Vudu. And if you keep checking on the Paramount Network website, you'll find the newest episodes for free (if you can handle waiting a few extra days).
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