Yellowstone

  1. Episode 9 The Unravelling, Pt. 2
    Yellowstone Recap: Happy Trails An up-and-down first season ends on a promising note.
  2. Episode 8 The Unravelling, Pt. 1
    Yellowstone Recap: All Hat, No Cattle The smaller subplots make a bigger impact than the central story line as the season enters its endgame.
  3. Episode 7 A Monster Is Among Us
    Yellowstone Recap: Loaded for Bear A bear and some imperiled tourists give the series one of its strangest episodes to date.
  4. Episode 6 The Remembering
    Yellowstone Recap: Politicking Politics take center stage as Jamie considers a run for office.
  5. Episode 5 Coming Home
    Yellowstone Recap: Big House Blues The series’ first season continues its wheel-spinning with an episode in which nothing much happens.
  6. Episode 4 The Long Black Train
    Yellowstone Recap: On Brand Taylor Sheridan’s modern western hits a dull patch in an episode with some surface pleasures but little in the way of plot.
  7. Episode 3 No Good Horses
    Yellowstone Recap: Mama Tried Beth’s backstory gets fleshed out in an episode that fills in some of the Duttons’ past history.
  8. Episode 2 Kill the Messenger
    Yellowstone Recap: Boys Will Be Boys A meandering episode that confirms Yellowstone’s central question: What does it mean to be a man?
  9. Episode 1 Daybreak
    Yellowstone Series-Premiere Recap: In a Big Country Taylor Sheridan’s ambitious modern Western starring Kevin Costner kicks off with a sprawling, occasionally shocking, premiere.
  1. Episode 8 I Killed a Man Today
    Yellowstone Recap: Back in the Saddle The stakes are finally claimed, in an episode that exemplifies what this show can be when everything clicks.
  2. Episode 7 The Beating
    Yellowstone Recap: Mild Horses So much for “honesty above all.”
  3. Episode 6 All for Nothing
    Yellowstone Recap: Missing Persons It seems we’re back where we were when this series began, with the John/Jamie/Beth dynamic.
  4. Episode 5 Cowboys and Dreamers
    Yellowstone Recap: At the Drovin’ At long last, we get an actual cattle drive on this big-time ranching drama.
  5. Episode 4 Going Back to Cali
    Yellowstone Recap: No Tomorrow It’s time to get back to the business of violently ejecting anyone who thinks it’s okay to park their ass in Dutton grass.
  6. Episode 3 An Acceptable Surrender
    Yellowstone Recap: Cowboy Down Rich or poor, fenced-in or free-range, this isn’t the best time to be a cowboy.
  7. Episode 2 Freight Trains and Monsters
    Yellowstone Recap: Gone Fishin’ There’s fresh trouble coming for the ever-wary Duttons.
  8. Episode 1 You’re the Indian Now
    Yellowstone Season-Premiere Recap: Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch … The Paramount Network hit returns for a third season with something of soft reset — and a welcome addition in Josh Holloway.

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