Yellowstone’s Jefferson White Is Looking Forward To His “Gritty, Not Glamorous” Future At The Four Sixes

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For anybody who was expecting Jimmy’s future at the Four Sixes to be easier than the Yellowstone Ranch, guess again.

It appears it’s gonna be just as rowdy, gritty, and full throttle as Yellowstone is.

For one, there’s nothing glamorous about ranch life, so it’s borderline impossible to make a true, authentic show about ranch life and have it be 100% wholesome. And while we don’t have any details on the upcoming spinoff quite yet, we do know that the future of Jimmy Hurdstrom (played by Jefferson White) is at The 6666’s Ranch, one of the oldest and largest ranches in the country.

Jefferson White weighed in on filming for the show, working with Kevin Costner, the Four Sixes spinoff, his character Jimmy, and more in an interview with Entertainment Tonight:

“What’s incredible about the Sixes is that it’s a real ranch.

The Sixes is one of the oldest ranches in Texas, one of the oldest ranches in the country. One of the oldest functioning cattle ranches, horse training, breeding facilities in the country.”

It’ll be interesting to see how he continues to fare on his own with a newfound love in Emily, and without the help of proven ranchers like Rip, Kayce, Lloyd, Ryan, and Colby.

And about the landscape of the Four Sixes, he gave a little teaser about what to expect:

“I’m really excited for people to see the real, gritty, not glamorous world of real-life cattle ranching, now in modern times.”

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