At a time when it's easy to binge drama series without those pesky gaps in between seasons, it's easy to forget what it's like for the final episode you'll see for months to end with a cliffhanger.
"Well, crap, Yellowstone. Y'all are gonna play us all like that?!," Underwood wrote in a Sunday night Tweet.
Well, crap, @Yellowstone . Y’all are gonna play us all like that?!
— Carrie Underwood (@carrieunderwood) August 24, 2020
We won't spoil the finale for anyone, but as one commenter wrote, "If Beth survives this, she is unworldly."
Underwood shared her Yellowstone fandom in July while sharing footage on TikTok from her trip to Wyoming with her husband Mike Fisher.
In one clip, both Underwood and Fisher don Western wear for a stroll outside their cabin. The country star and American Idol alum jokes that her cowboy hat-wearing hubby thinks he's Rip, Cole Hauser's character from the Paramount Network series Yellowstone. The show, named after the United States' oldest national park, is filmed in Montana and Utah.
In a separate clip, Nashville's most interesting social media couple goes on a cattle drive, with John Denver's "Thank God I'm a Country Boy" as its backing track. "Ridin' my pony on a cattle drive...," read the clip--A reference to Toby Keith's "Should've Been a Cowboy."
The "Cry Pretty" singer isn't the only country star invested in what's happening on the Dutton Cattle Ranch during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. Luke Bryan's glued to the adventures of Kevin Costner and the rest of the Yellowstone cast. It's got him considering a Western song that blurs the line between tail anthems and modern country songs.
"I'm really into Yellowstone, and the music in Yellowstone, it's Texas music, cowboy music," Bryan says in an interview with the Chicago Tribune. "I'm obviously not a cowboy, but it makes me wonder how I could do a really retro-sounding cowboy song that isn't just drums, bass, guitar and steel guitar. Or when I listen to the Weeknd, that sounds like Duran Duran to me -- totally an '80s synthesizer. I'm always wondering, 'What's a fun little sound people haven't heard me do?'"