Yellowstone Season 4: All Signs Point To Jamie Dutton Going Full Blown “Bad Guy” In The New Season

Wes Bentley holding a gun

Yellowstone Season 4 is right around the corner, and if we’re lucky, we’re going to get to lay eyes on the Season 4 trailer in the coming weeks.

But that being said, it sounds like Yellowstone might already be teasing some upcoming plot lines.

Spoiler Alert: If you haven’t watched Season 3 yet, this is your chance to turn around and go back to a different article.




All good?

Ok, at the end of Season 3 we saw Beth get blown up, John get shot at, and armed men busting through the door to Kayce’s office. Needless to say, it doesn’t look good for the Dutton clan. And while I don’t think any of them are going to die in those initial attacks… I do think Jamie is involved.

Why? Because Yellowstone’s Instagram account keeps suggesting that he is.

A couple weeks ago, they shared this picture with the caption:

“Even the clouds around Jamie are ominous.”

And then today, another ominous post… the conversation between Jamie and his real father.

“The Yellowstone ain’t a ranch, it’s an empire. Empires you take.”

And of course, there’s that scene where Rip is trying to get in contact with everybody and finally calls Jamie to see if he’s having the same problem… Jamie tells him not to call him anymore.

All signs point to Jamie Dutton as the villain of Season 4, along with his real dad Will Patton, and of course Roarke Carter, the hot shot hedge fund manager and business man.

Season 4 should be premiering soon (possibly June), but there’s going to be a TON of new spinoff shows from creator Taylor Sheridan. One titled Y:1883 will tell the origin story of the Dutton Ranch, as settles battled their way across the great plains to settle in the great state of Montana.

And another will feature Ryan Bingham and Jefferson White as Walker and Jimmy, and the story takes place at the iconic Four Sixes Ranch down in Texas.

Until Season 4 is released, which Paramount Network has revealed might end up in more of a long-form format, you can check out their other highlight videos with Rip’s “Fierce Loyalty,” Rip and Beth’s love story set to Tyler Childers’ “Lady May,” and “10 Times Beth Dutton Was The Ultimate Badass.”

Also, be sure to check out our Yellowstone The Soundtrack Playlist, featuring every song from every episode, all the way through Season 3.


Apple Music

Vote Dutton Rip ’24 – Get the shirt from Whiskey Riff Shop.

A kitchen with a sink and a toaster oven

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock