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‘Yellowstone’ Season 2 DVD and Blu-ray Release Date: Includes Exclusive Deleted Scenes

Paramount Network's hit summer cable series Yellowstone Season 2 is coming to Blu-ray and DVD on a November 5th, 2019 release date. Secure your pre-order for Yellowstone Season 2 on Blu-ray or DVD for a discounted price at Amazon.

Yellowstone stars Kevin Costner, Kelly Reilly and a fantastic ensemble cast. It's the most watched original summer cable series with a third season already on the way as Season 2 wraps up airing.

The Blu-ray and DVD release of Yellowstone Season 2 will include a trio of exclusive bonus features totaling roughly 45 minutes worth of material. They are noted below in the complete list of extras you'll find on the Yellowstone Season 2 home video release.

Behind the Story for each episode

Inside Yellowstone: Season 2

Costner on Yellowstone: Season 2

Working the Yellowstone: Fight Choreography - Exclusive!

Only Devils Left - Making Yellowstone: Season 2 - Exclusive!

Yellowstone Tintype Photography Behind the Scenes

Stories from the Bunkhouse for
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Yellowstone Season 2 Episode 8 Review: Behind Us Only Grey

Something bad is coming... but not until the next episode of Yellowstone.

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Yellowstone Season 2 Episode 8

Despite the fact that last week’s episode, “Resurrection Day,” ended with the apparent salvation of Jamie Dutton (Wes Bentley), longtime viewers of Yellowstone should have known that everything wasn’t going to be okay. And while this week’s episode, “Behind Us Only Grey,” doesn’t necessarily do anything to utterly destroy this faulty belief, it spends a lot of time laying the groundwork for an explosive, violent and disparaging end to the show’s second season.

Sure, Jamie is attempting to recover himself after murdering the reporter Sarah (Michaela Conlin), and yes, Beth (Kelly Reilly) has been saved from further violations and certain death, but the siblings’ psychological and physical scars are on full display throughout the episode. What’s more, despite patriarch John’s
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Yellowstone: Season Three; Q’orianka Kilcher & Jennifer Landon Join Paramount Series

Yellowstone has some new company. Deadline reports Q'orianka Kilcher and Jennifer Landon have joined season three of the Paramount TV show.

The drama centers on the Duttons, a family of powerful and prosperous cattle ranchers. It chronicles their shifting alliances, as well as their old grudges, and even unsolved murders. The cast includes Kevin Costner, Wes Bentley, Cole Hauser, Kelly Reilly, Luke Grimes, Gil Birmingham, Kelsey Asbille, Brecken Merrill, Ian Bohen, Jefferson White, and Danny Huston.

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Yellowstone Season 2 Episode 7 Review: Resurrection Day

Yellowstone season 2 swings for the most jagged and ill-made fences.

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With the second season premiere of Succession looming on HBO this weekend and Billions on a break over at Showtime, the latest episode of Paramount’s own take on the popular “obscenely rich and deplorable families” genre firmly made its case. As strong (and weak) as the Duttons, their allies, and their enemies may seem, everyone in this program amounts to the same thing: caricatures of unforgivable violence and mayhem that, no matter how much audiences are pushed to empathize with them, are wholly beyond salvation.

Consider an otherwise tender moment between siblings Jamie (Wes Bentley) and Beth (Kelly Reilly) in the first five minutes of “Resurrection Day.”

“You know what's so dangerous about you?" she says. "You justify every act before you commit them. You're consumed with the world's perception of you.
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Yellowstone Season 2 Episode 6 Review: Blood The Boy

John’s past sins as a domineering father continue to punish the Dutton children on Yellowstone season 2.

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Yellowstone Season 2 Episode 6

“You want to be me someday? Then become something that can help me protect this place,” a younger, less grizzled John Dutton tells his son Jamie after revealing that he applied to Harvard University on the boy’s behalf. “A lawyer.”

When Jamie, who balks at the chance to live and study in a place that’s as “far away” as Boston, points out that his father doesn’t respect lawyers, John rebuffs him. “Then become one that I can… Lawyers are the swords of this century. Words are weapons now. I need you to learn how to use them.”

As mildly touching as this exchange between a father and his son is, the opening of this week’s episode of Yellowstone,
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Yellowstone Season 2 Episode 5 Review: Touching Your Enemy

War is hell and hell is very real on the latest episode of Yellowstone.

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Yellowstone Season 2 Episode 5

With San Diego Comic-Con 2019 in full swing last week, these Yellowstone recaps had to take a brief hiatus. Which is a bummer, because the second season’s fourth episode, “Only Devils Left,” finally offered viewers a few real-world signs of the many, many ills that are set to plague the Dutton family ranch. Namely, the death of an entire field of cows due to clover, which in turn forced Kayce (Luke Grimes) and the ranch hands to burn everything before the poisonous plant took root.

That particular series of events also led to the death of another local rancher’s son, who had confronted John’s (Kevin Costner) recently deputized livestock agent son and his fellow agent, the latter of whom was forced to kill the shotgun-wielding assailant.
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Paul Auster Novel ‘In The Country Of Last Things’ Gets Movie Adapt With Director Alejandro Chomski, Shoot Underway

  • Deadline
Paul Auster Novel ‘In The Country Of Last Things’ Gets Movie Adapt With Director Alejandro Chomski, Shoot Underway
Exclusive: Paul Auster novel In The Country Of Last Things is getting a Spanish-language movie adaptation from Argentine filmmaker Alejandro Chomski (Asleep In The Sun).

Shoot is underway at Pinewood Dominican Republic Studios on the feature starring Argentine newcomer Jazmín Diz, Mexican actor-singer Christopher Von Uckermann and Maria De Medeiros (Pulp Fiction). Funding comes from Caribbean outfit Lantica. Above is a first look at Diz in the film.

Set in a devastated city that was once a thriving metropolis, the dystopian story follows Anna (Diz) who is searching for her brother, a journalist who is missing. In her quest to find him, she meets and falls in love with Sam (Von Uckermann), another journalist. Chomski adapted Auster’s novel, which has been translated into more than forty languages.

Producers on the long-gestating project, which was originally developed as an English-language film, are Alexandra Stone of UK-based Streetcar Productions, Capa Pictures
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Yellowstone Season 2 Episode 3 Review: The Reek of Desperation

Things never work out whenever the Duttons try something different on Yellowstone.

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Yellowstone Season 2 Episode 3

John Dutton (Kevin Costner) has big plans for his son Kayce (Luke Grimes). Not only does he have him ordering around the ranch hands at the family’s Yellowstone Ranch, despite the misgivings of star employee Rip Wheeler (Cole Hauser), but the patriarch is also trying to get his would-be successor into the Livestock Commission Office he occupies -- to better protect the ranch. Yet all of this conflicts with Kayce’s own feelings about his newfound line of work, and whenever he tries to do things a little differently, the system fights back.

Or, as ranch hand Lloyd Pierce (Forrie J. Smith) puts it to Kayce, “Different never works.”

This very well may have been a working title for “The Reek of Desperation,” the third episode
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Yellowstone Season 2 Episode 2 Review: New Beginnings

Big changes are supposedly happening, and still on the way, at the Dutton family ranch on Yellowstone.

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Yellowstone Season 2 Episode 2

“There’s being scared to die, son, and knowing it’s coming,” John Dutton (Kevin Costner) tells his son Kayce (Luke Grimes). “When you know it’s coming, tomorrow stops factoring into your decisions because you know you’re never going to see it. Then you live. You realize you ain’t dead, you’re not gonna die and now you gotta face all them decisions you made. And out of all that, you gotta figure out how to let yourself start living again.”

In response to this particularly wordy (and falsely philosophical) moment, the wealthy Montana rancher’s prodigal son responds, “I don’t know how to do that.”

It’s a rather touching moment that comes early in “New Beginnings,
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Dame Judi Dench Stands Up for the Past Work of Kevin Spacey & Harvey Weinstein

Dame Judi Dench Stands Up for the Past Work of Kevin Spacey & Harvey Weinstein
I think it's safe to say that after being accused of a seemingly endless and horrific series of sexual harassment suits, Kevin Spacey and Harvey Weinstein are two of the most hated men in Holywood. But today we have word that one of Hollywood's most-beloved actresses has come to the defense of not only Spacey but Weinstein as well saying that even though the two men have been accused of sexual harassment, the men's screen and stage work should not be diminished. That woman? Of all people, Skyfall and Murder on the Orient Express star Dame Judi Dench.

Specifically, the Academy Award-winning actress said in reference to Kevin Spacey being removed from Ridley Scott's All the Money In The World.

"What kind of agony is that? Are we going to negate 10 years at the Old Vic and everything that he did [as artistic director] - how wonderful he's been in all those films?
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‘Yellowstone’ Season 2 Premiere Ratings More Than Double in Delayed Viewing

  • Variety
The Season 2 premiere of “Yellowstone” more than doubled its Live+Same Day numbers in Live+3.

According to Nielsen data, the premiere last Wednesday rose to a 0.98 rating in adults 18-49 and just over 5 million total viewers after three days of playback. That is up 115% in the demo and 109% in viewers from the show’s Live+Same Day haul, which was a 0.45 rating and 2.4 million viewers.

With this, “Yellowstone” is the most-watched premiere in the history of the brand, including both Paramount Network and its former name, Spike TV. In addition, this season’s premiere is up 6% in total viewers and 38% in the demo in L+3 compared to the series premiere last year.

Yellowstone” remains the most successful scripted series on Paramount Network by far, with the show averaging 5.1 million viewers an episode in multiplatform viewing during its first season. It came as no surprise then last week when the show
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Yellowstone: Season Two Ratings

Don't spend the season worrying whether Paramount Network will cancel or renew its Yellowstone TV show for a third season. The season three renewal came on the same day as the season two premiere. The rebranded Spike TV got off to a bit of a bumpy start last year, and Yellowstone was one of its better performers and received positive press, so the early pickup isn't shocking. Now the series just has to prove it is worthy of the cable network's faith. What do you think? Will Yellowstone be cancelled or renewed beyond season three? Stay tuned.

A Paramount Network family drama, from creators John Linson and Taylor Sheridan, Yellowstone stars Kevin Costner, Wes Bentley, Cole Hauser, Kelly Reilly, Luke Grimes, Gil Birmingham, Kelsey Asbille, Brecken Merrill, Jefferson White, Danny Huston, Josh Lucas. The story centers on the Duttons, a family of powerful and prosperous cattle ranchers.
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Yellowstone: Is the Paramount Network TV Show Cancelled or Renewed for Season Three?

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Is the Duttons' future assured? Has the Yellowstone TV show been cancelled or renewed for a third season on Paramount Network? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of Yellowstone season three. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you?

What's This TV Show About?

A Paramount Network western from creators John Linson and Taylor Sheridan, Yellowstone stars Kevin Costner, Wes Bentley, Cole Hauser, Kelly Reilly, Luke Grimes, Gil Birmingham, Kelsey Asbille, Brecken Merrill, Jefferson White, Danny Huston, Josh Lucas. The story centers on the Duttons, a family of powerful and prosperous cattle ranchers. It chronicles their shifting alliances, as well as their old grudges, and even unsolved murders. Read More…
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Yellowstone Season 2 Premiere Delivers Series Highs

Yellowstone's highly anticipated return to Paramount Network delivered robust ratings for the Viacom-owned cabler. 

Yellowstone Season 2 Episode 1 pulled in 3.9 million total viewers across the night, according to a press release. 

In doing so, the Kevin Costner-fronted drama became cables most-watched original premiere this summer. 

Related: Yellowstone Scores Early Season 3 Renewal

The premiere was simulcast on Cmt, while an encore aired later on Wednesday night, and those numbers have been factored into the figures given from Paramount

In adults 18-49, Yellowstone Season 2's premiere was up 19 percent vs. last year' series premiere. 

L+Sd ratings for the Yellowstone season two premiere are included below, followed by the increase from the season one premiere:

· P25-54: 1.13 (+11%)

· M25-54: 1.28 (+20%)

· W25-54: .99 (+2%)

· P18-49: .79 (+19%)

· M18-49: .89 (+24%)

· W18-49: .68 (+12%)

The series also emerged a hit on social media, becoming the #1 most social cable drama for the night,
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‘Yellowstone’ Season 2 Premiere Draws 3.9 Million Viewers, Most-Watched Cable Premiere of the Summer

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‘Yellowstone’ Season 2 Premiere Draws 3.9 Million Viewers, Most-Watched Cable Premiere of the Summer
Paramount Network’s “Yellowstone” marked series-high ratings on Wednesday night with its Season 2 premiere episode.

The Kevin Costner-led Western drew 3.9 million viewers in its first week back, according to Nielsen’s live-plus-same-day metric. The number includes audience for repeat airings on Paramount Network and sister network TV Land, as well as an additional simulcast on Cmt.

Among adults 18-49, the show scored a 0.79 rating, its best performance ever in the demo.

Also Read: 'Yellowstone' Renewed for Season 3 at Paramount Network, Josh Holloway Joins Cast

On Wednesday, Paramount Network picked up the show for a third season before the second had premiered. It was also announced that “Lost” and “Colony” alum Josh Holloway would join the cast for the new season.

Yellowstone” stars Costner as John Dutton, the rancher who controls the largest contiguous cattle ranch in the United States. Luke Grimes, Kelly Reilly, Wes Bentley, Cole Hauser,
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Kevin Costner's Yellowstone Has Already Been Renewed For Season 3

Yellowstone is seriously an incredibly well-made series that you should be watching if you aren’t already. This is one of those shows that you will not be disappointed with. Season 2 premiered last night, and ahead of that premiere, is was announced that it would be getting a 10-episode third season!

The western drama series was created by writer and director Taylor Sheridan and John Linson. It also has a great cast that includes Kevin Costner, Luke Grimes, Kelly Reilly, Wes Bentley, Cole Hauser, Kelsey Asbille, Brecken Merrill, Jefferson White, Danny Huston and Gil Birmingham.

The story chronicles the lives of the Dutton family, “led by John Dutton (Costner), who controls the largest contiguous cattle ranch in the United States. Amid shifting alliances, unsolved murders, open wounds, and hard-earned respect, the ranch is in constant conflict with those it borders, including an expanding town, an Indian reservation, and America’s first national park.
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Yellowstone: Season Two Viewer Votes

How are you enjoying the second season of the Yellowstone TV show on Paramount Network? As we all know, the Nielsen ratings typically play a big role in determining whether a TV show like Yellowstone is cancelled or renewed for season three. Unfortunately, most of us do not live in Nielsen households. Because many viewers feel frustration when their viewing habits and opinions aren't considered, we'd like to offer you the chance to rate all of the Yellowstone season two episodes here.

A Paramount Network family drama, from creators John Linson and Taylor Sheridan, Yellowstone stars Kevin Costner, Wes Bentley, Cole Hauser, Kelly Reilly, Luke Grimes, Gil Birmingham, Kelsey Asbille, Brecken Merrill, Jefferson White, Danny Huston, Josh Lucas. The story centers on the Duttons, a family of powerful and prosperous cattle ranchers. It chronicles their shifting alliances, as well as their old grudges, and even unsolved murders.
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Yellowstone: Season Three Renewal for Paramount Network TV Series

Saddle up. Paramount has renewed its Yellowstone TV series for a third season. The early renewal comes just ahead of the season two premiere, tonight at 10:00pm Et/Pt.

A Paramount Network family drama, from creators John Linson and Taylor Sheridan, Yellowstone stars Kevin Costner, Wes Bentley, Cole Hauser, Kelly Reilly, Luke Grimes, Gil Birmingham, Kelsey Asbille, Brecken Merrill, Jefferson White, Danny Huston, Josh Lucas. The story centers on the Duttons, a family of powerful and prosperous cattle ranchers. It chronicles their shifting alliances, as well as their old grudges, and even unsolved murders. Read More…
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Yellowstone Season 2 Episode 1 Review: A Thundering

The return of the cable ratings success story Yellowstone means a lot of new story to slug through.

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Yellowstone Season 2 Episode 1

Earlier this morning, before the Yellowstone season 2 premiere on Paramount Network, the cable network announced in a press release that it had ordered a third season of the ratings success. The next batch of 10 episodes, which will continue the 10-episode run that began tonight, will premiere sometime in 2020. Oh, and remember Josh Holloway from Lost? He’s going to be in it, too.

Discussing Yellowstone’s season 3 renewal may be a strange way to begin a recap of “A Thundering,” the season 2 premiere episode, but it’s also an appropriate one. Three episodes into its initial run last summer, the drama series from Sicario and Hell or High Water writer Taylor Sheridan quickly became one of basic cable’s most-watched programs
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‘Yellowstone’ Review: Season 2 Still Hasn’t Figured Out How to Trust Its Own Strengths

For a show that spends so much of its time weighing the consequences of the pain that humans can cause themselves, each other, and the world around them, “Yellowstone” can be pretty funny when it wants to be.

It’s one example of how, when the Paramount Network series hits pause on its tortured meditations on political power and leaden family drama, there’s a wealth of potential that lies just beneath the surface. Season 2 returns with a slightly better understanding of what it can do within its confines, but this is still a show with a mammoth to-do list. It’s a size befitting of the wide-open backdrop it’s set against and one that leads to a still-overstuffed drama of all kinds, even if more of it clicks after some time away.

Co-creator and writer Taylor Sheridan first took the reins of this ongoing saga of the Duttons
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