‘Yellowstone’ Dives Into The Action With A Behind-The-Scenes Look Into Their Stunts

Pulling back the curtain.

Yellowstone has pretty much become the hottest show on television, and even though Season 3 ended back in August, we still can’t stop talking about it.

Season 4 is already done filming, and should be airing sometime in early half of next year, but until that times comes sometime next year, we’re going to have to find other ways to satisfy the withdrawls.

We’ve looked into the real-life Dutton ranch (which you can rent a cabin on by the way), built the complete Yellowstone The Soundtrack playlist, listened to more Ryan Bingham and Whiskey Myers than ever, watched the Stories From The Bunkhouse series… we’ve shared it all. Rip’s “Fierce Loyalty,” Rip and Beth’s love story set to Tyler Childers’ “Lady May,” hell, I’ve even looked into the story of actor Forrie J. Smith, the real-life cowboy that plays Lloyd on the show.

And now, we’re going behind the scenes into the world of stunts.

“We’re doing feature film quality stunts in a television show.”

Yellowstone’s stunt coordinator, Jason Rodriguez, breaks down the show’s stunts, including that epic biker brawl, Beth and Jaime’s fight, Jimmy riding horses and more.

And also make sure to check out our Yellowstone The Soundtrack playlist, updated through Season 3. It just might be the greatest playlist ever created in the history of sound.

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