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'Yellowstone' Will Be Even Easier To Binge For The Holiday Break

Yellowstone Kelsey Asbille Chow Monica Long Dutton Paramount Network
Paramount Network

It is official! Before long, you will have near-zero excuses or plausible reasons not to catch up on the hit drama that is Paramount Network’s “Yellowstone.” The cabler is making it easier than ever to binge the series’ past three seasons over the holidays. How can that be? Secure your cowboy hat because the Kevin Costner starrer will be riding strong this weekend. 

Paramount Network will be airing every single episode of “Yellowstone” with an “Every Episode Celebration” marathon that kicks off Saturday, December 26, aka the day after Christmas. So, if you are feeling down after the yuletide festivities fade, you can stretch out on the couch for a good ole’ “Yellowstone” marathon. Season 1 starts at 9 a.m. ET on December 26 before wrapping at midnight ET on December 27.

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Your time with the Duttons will not be over then, though, because on December 27 at 9 a.m. ET, the marathon will continue with Season 2 and Season 3 airing until midnight ET on December 28. To recap, that is the first two seasons on December 26, and Season 2 and 3 on December 27. That leaves room for a lot of romance and Beth Dutton’s searing barbs. 

Check out the marathon’s teaser below:


If you are worried you cannot watch it because you have cut the (cable) cord, there is good news. You can subscribe to Philo to stream “Yellowstone” on the Paramount Network. Yes, Philo is available through Roku. Giddy-up! The Duttons and all of their drama will be available to catch up on. For the uninitiated, “Yellowstone” centers on Kevin Costner’s John Dutton, the patriarch of a long-time ranching family.

He also owns the largest cattle ranch in the United States and is subsequently at war with many people who want what he has – the land the Dutton’s ranch (the Yellowstone) sits on in Montana. For three seasons, the drama that has ensued has captured the hearts and imaginations of millions of “Yellowstone” viewers. Now, more people will have a chance to catch up on the buzzy series.

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John Dutton has four children when the series begins, and each of them has a complicated relationship with him. Well, except for his only daughter, Beth. She and her father have a pretty harmonious bond. John’s relationship with his sons is another story. To dig into all of that, including John’s relationship with his extraordinary daughter-in-law Monica, stay tuned. “Yellowstone” will be back in 2021 with Season 4.

Last year, the show earned the top spot in Eclectic Pop’s list of 2019’s Best TV Shows, and it should be in this year’s (2020) as well. You will have to stay tuned (and subscribe) to see where it lands. “Yellowstone” is one of the fiercest shows on television, and I would enthusiastically suggest that prospective viewers tune in if they can. You will not regret it.

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