In honor of the Fourth of July, Paramount Network got everyone’s attention on Monday when it dropped a video showing some of the great explosions on the hit show “Yellowstone.”
In the clip posted to social media, fans got to see just a hint of what kind of non-woke business goes down on the network’s biggest show featuring such stars as Kevin Costner, Luke Grimes, Kelly Reilly, Wes Bentley, Cole Hauser, Kelsey Asbille, and Brecken Merrill.
“We’re celebrating the 4th of July with the final day our full-series #YellowstoneTV marathon!” a message read from the show’s official Twitter account. “Don’t miss it starting at 11am ET, only on @ParamountNet.”
— Yellowstone (@Yellowstone) July 4, 2022
In the one-minute-long video, we see explosions of all kinds, from mobile homes to office buildings. In one part, the Dutton family uses flame throwers to “light up” a field of cows that had been killed. There are even shots of stars using guns to blow stuff up.
In May, the network announced that production crews were back on-location filming for Season 5.
‘Yellowstone’ Season 5 Premiere Date: Kevin Costner Series Returns To Paramount Network In The Fall https://t.co/kdP3D26NAx
— Deadline Hollywood (@DEADLINE) May 18, 2022
The popular Paramount series is set to premiere later this year, and the new season will consist of more episodes than the prior one, as The Daily Wire previously reported. However, fans will have to wait until Sunday, November 13.
For those unfamiliar with the show’s premise, it focuses on the lives of the Dutton family, the owners of the largest ranch in Montana. They have to constantly fight for the right of their livelihood against an encroaching world that has no interest in protecting their ranching lifestyle.
The Western drama hit the network in 2018, and people like former “The View” co-host Meghan McCain said the show is successful because “the show isn’t woke.”
“It isn’t trying to lecture anyone about everything that is wrong with our culture,” McCain wrote in an op-ed. “It doesn’t portray the elitist perspective of coastal television writers and where they think America should be going.”