The spouse of "Yellowstone" maker Taylor Sheridan, Nicole Sheridan, recently took to social media to announce that Season 4 of the hit Paramount Network series has completed the process of filming.
On November 13, Nicole Sheridan uploaded an adorable photo of herself and Taylor Sheridan kissing in a horse barn. Horses and cowboys surrounded the couple. Nicole wrote in the caption of the post:
"Wrapped and home. Congrats to the cast and crew for the best season yet #yay #homesweethome #familytime #happymama."
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
Wrapping filming up is great news for fans, who excitedly anticipate the release of Season 4. Back in July, creator Sheridan opened up about how "Yellowstone" would manage the show's production in an interview.
He discussed how cautious the team and cast should be to make the show work. During the interview, Sheridan shared the steps the production team is taking to make filming Season 4 effective.
But Sheridan talked about how lucky the show is to have so much space at its disposal. In the midst of the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic, the show's stars could not generally leave the set.
Although it made keeping everybody rational somewhat harder, the cast is incredibly very close, and the filming went off effortlessly. In this manner, fans should be ready for a later release date than foreseen.
"Yellowstone" aired its Season 3 finale, which ended on a major cliffhanger, on August 23.
After the renewal of "Yellowstone," Sheridan shared some filming details for Season 4 in an interview. According to him, they are supposed to begin mid-August, and they are assembling that as best as could be expected under the circumstances.
The renowned creator is fortunate that the hit television series shoots on a ranch in Montana, Sheridan said, adding that they will shoot solely there this year.
"So we've got the crew and the cast up there, and it's in an area of the state that has no active [coronavirus] cases now," continued Sheridan, who has written several films.
"Yellowstone" aired its Season 3 finale, which ended on a major cliffhanger, on August 23. Numerous fans were upset, including country singer Carrie Underwood.
In the finale, family patriarch John Dutton, played by Kevin Costner, was gunned down. Meanwhile, his daughter Beth, played by Kelly Reilly, appeared to be blown up by a package sent to her office.
It is not shocking that "Yellowstone" has become one of the summer's hit television series given the twists and turns in its plot. Viewers could not wait for Season 4 to start.