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Paramount Network Set to Re-Air Every Episode of 'Yellowstone' in November Marathon

Lois Oladejo
Nov 06, 2020
05:20 P.M.
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"Yellowstone" recently thrilled fans with the news that Paramount Network will be re-airing all three seasons of the hit series all through November.


Fans have been unable to contain their excitement since the announcement of a "Yellowstone" marathon was made on the hit series' official Twitter handle.

Paramount Network seems to be keen on giving Americans a memorable November. In what was tagged "every episode feast," fans can be sure that boredom will not be part of their vocabulary this month.

Wes Bentley, Gil Birmingham, Kelly Reilly, Kevin Costner, Cole Hauser, Kelsey Chow, and Luke Grimes at Lombardi House on May 30, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images


Since the television series created by Taylor Sheridan and John Linson premiered on June 20, 2018, it has become a huge fan favorite in the three seasons it has aired on Paramount Network.

"Yellowstone" made the announcement by sharing a short clip of action scenes from the three seasons. Although no further information was given on the date the re-airing will begin, fans will do well to stay tuned, as the post was captioned:

"The #YellowstoneTV every episode feast is coming this month! Stay tuned for details, and get ready to binge all three seasons with us."


The post was flooded with comments and retweets from fans of the series. They left their thoughts on the comment section with one fan remarking that the series is very addictive.

One excited fan commented that the announcement came at the perfect timing, while another said that the series was just what she needed. Some other fans called for the series to be aired in their countries.

Kevin Costner was not utilized enough.


The series stars big names such as stars Kevin Costner, Wes Bentley, Kelly Reilly, Luke Grimes, Cole Hauser, and Gil Birmingham. Its popularity led to it being renewed for a fourth season before the third had premiered.

"Yellowstone" reportedly became the second most-watched cable series last year, only behind "The Walking Dead." Despite the rapid decline of cable TV shows, the series emerged as a commercial success with an average of five million viewers per episode.


"Yellowstone," developed by Taylor Sheridan, who wrote the critically acclaimed "Sicario" and "Hell or High Water," follows the conflicts along the shared borders of a large cattle ranch, an Indian reservation, and land developers.

Following the end of the first season, fans felt Kevin Costner was not utilized enough and looked forward to seeing more thrillers from his character, John Dutton, in the second season.


The second season of the series brought in more viewers following the epic performance and engaging storyline. Fans were left at the edge of their seats following the dramatic end of season 3. They are now speculating on who shot John Dutton and whether he is still alive.

According to reports, season four of "Yellowstone" could face delays due to the current novel coronavirus pandemic, which has halted the production of the majority of television shows and films.