'Yellowstone' is Teasing At Least One Mysterious Death Before Season Three Is Over

Justin Kirkland
Photo credit: Hearst Owned
Photo credit: Hearst Owned

From Esquire

When Yellowstone hits the second half of a season, fans know to prepare themselves for the extreme. Last season, the big lead up to the finale involved Beth nearly getting killed by white supremacists, Tate getting kidnapped, and a whole crew of bad guys getting taken out like the third act of a Tarantino movie. Suffice it to say after Paramount Network's biggest season yet, Yellowstone has no plans of slowing down as it rounds out the end of Season Three.

With four episodes to go, the season has been building up to a land war between the Duttons and Willa Hayes (Karen Pittman), who has come to Montana in search of land to build an airport. After Roarke Morris (Josh Holloway) couldn't get the job done himself, Willa has swept in to do it for him. In an exclusive trailer for the second half of Season Three, Willa and Beth seem to square off over the land that Jamie seemed to consider selling for $500 million at the end of last episode. Of course, what neither of them know is that Chief Rainwater and Monica are also having conversations about how to get part of the Dutton ranch that rightfully belongs to the Native American people of Montana.

That all sounds like a lot of talk and not a lot of action, but from the trailer, it's pretty important to note that 1. on horseback, Kayce ropes and strangles a man driving a pickup truck, 2. Kayce also beats that man in the stomach with a branding iron, and 3. someone throws a body off a steep embankment. So yeah, there's going to be some other tomfoolery going on near the Dutton ranch.

With that, there are four more episodes to speculate who is in that body bag? Will Roarke bite one of the several bullets fired in the trailer? And as the season goes on, how much more insight will we get into the violence against Indigenous women, along with the forced sterilization that Beth got? If Yellowstone has proven anything this season, it's that it's nearly impossible to know what turn it's going to take next.

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