Country superstar Carrie Underwood is an avid fan of the hit series "Yellowstone," which aired its Season 3 finale on August 23.
The finale, titled "The World is Purple," ended on a major cliffhanger, and Carrie Underwood could not help but share her disappointment on Twitter. The 37-year-old singer wrote:
"Well, [expletive], @Yellowstone. Y'all are gonna play us all like that?!"
Carrie Underwood at Microsoft Theater on November 24, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. | Photo: Getty Images
The multi-awarded singer's opinion was echoed by numerous followers, with one saying, he "is so mad right now."
In the Season 3 finale of the hit series, family patriarch John Dutton, played by veteran actor Kevin Costner, was gunned down.
His son Kayce (Luke Grimes) was also shot. Meanwhile, his daughter Beth (Kelly Reilly) appeared to be blown up by a package sent to her office.
Jamie (Wes Bentley), on the other hand, is now on the lookout for himself. He is known as the politico child who has trouble standing up for himself, his family, and their ranch.
While it is not yet clear who is surely dead, the Dutton family, who own perhaps the biggest ranch in the United States, is certainly forever shaken up.
Bentley confessed he was surprised when he read the script.
Wes Bentley, Gil Birmingham, Kelly Reilly, Kevin Costner, Cole Hauser, Kelsey Chow, and Luke Grimes at Lombardi House on May 30, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. | Photo: Getty Images
In fans' theories about the finale's cliffhanger, it shocks no one that viewers would suspect that Jamie attempted to get rid of his family.
Jamie had tension with Beth. He also had a complicated past with his father. However, some fans defended Jamie, saying he could never really hurt Kayce, particularly since the two still seem to be close.
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Bentley, who is married to producer Jacqui Swedberg, also opened up about the shocking Season 3 finale.
"As an audience, it feels like the board got wiped and we can write some new things on that board," the acclaimed actor said.
Bentley confessed he was surprised when he read the script. However, he said that with regards to the show's creator, Taylor Sheridan, "we'll be on a path down one way and he'll cut the branches on the side so we're going to tumble down with him."
Bentley explained that he didn't have a clue where Sheridan is going to go from there. According to him, it is smart of Sheridan to take the series in its current direction.