Even though we're all sad that Yellowstone season 3 ended on some significant cliffhangers, we can rest easy knowing that the fourth season is in the works and will start filming soon. If you've dreamed of seeing what it's like to be a member of John Dutton's staff on the Dutton Ranch, now is your chance. The Paramount Network is currently hiring extras in Montana for Yellowstone season 4.
That's right, Yellowstone fans! You could be working background on the Dutton family ranch or around town; you just need to be in the Bitterroot Valley or Missoula area. Casting is looking for anyone from 9 to 99 to appear behind the scenes, and filming will go through December. Basically, if you live in the area, you have a chance! Check their Facebook page and website for updated rules and regulations they will be following on the set, including regular COVID testing. They also provide information about the required hours and expected pay.
(Spoilers ahead) If you're behind the scenes, maybe you'll get to see what creator Taylor Sheridan has in store for all of our favorite characters on the beloved TV show. We know that Rip (Cole Hauser), Kayce (Luke Grimes), John (Kevin Costner), Monica (Kelsey Asbille), and Jamie (Wes Bentley) will all be back for the next season, but Kelly Reilly's Instagram post before the third season finale has us a little worried about Beth Dutton's fate. #TeamBeth
Taylor Sheridan told Deadline that he's working with the governor of Montana to make sure that they are careful filming the new season during the coronavirus pandemic.
"I'm fortunate that this show shoots on a ranch in Montana. We're going to shoot exclusively there this year, or in and around it. So we've got the crew and the cast up there, and it's in an area of the state that has no active cases now. As long as we're very careful to not bring any in...so once we're there, we'll be very cautious about how we move."
If you live under a rock and haven't watched this incredible show yet, now is your time to catch up! Unfortunately, Yellowstone isn't on most of the popular streaming sites like Hulu, Netflix or Amazon Prime, but it can be accessed on NBC's new streaming service, Peacock. Seasons 1 and 2 are also available for purchase on Amazon. You have plenty of time to watch the first three seasons of Yellowstone before the season 4 release date next summer. If the show is following their schedule from this past season, we're guessing it should premiere around next June.