In Yellowstone Season 4 Episode 7 “Keep The Wolves Close” delves into the intricacies of relationships. In the previous episode, We meet new folks on Jimmy’s 6666 ranch in Texas, Beth’s (Kelly Reilly) new job is a poisoned chalice, and Lloyd makes peace. In addition to Christina and his new son, Jamie Dutton continues to spend time with his birth father Garrett Randall. Meanwhile, current governor Lynelle Perry visits John (Kevin Costner) to endorse Jamie. To know more know the recap for episode 7, Scroll below. Now fans are curious to discover about Yellowstone season 4 episode 8? So, everything you need to know about the new Yellowstone episode is right here (www.tvacute.com).
Yellowstone Season 4 Episode 8 Spoilers
‘‘No Kindness for the Coward’’ is the title of episode 8 of season 4 of ‘Yellowstone. It is likely to ramp up after Governor Perry officially endorses John Dutton for Montana Governor. Jamie (Wes Bentley) will feel betrayed by the action and will have to question his devotion to John. However, Garrett will continue to exploit Jamie. Meanwhile, Beth may try to thwart Market Equities’ ambitions, and Summer (Piper Perabo) may organize a local protest against the airport building. Kayce’s investigation into the horse theft on the Broken Rock Reservation is expected to continue. In addition, Avery may reveal her emotions for Kayce. This could lead to marital issues between Kayce and Monica. Jimmy will continue to settle in at the Four Sixes Ranch and may even develop a new connection with Emily.
Yellowstone Episode 408 Synopsis: Tensions escalate with the protestors, but Beth has a plan; Jimmy and Emily get closer; Monica and Kayce share a special moment.
Yellowstone Season 4 Episode 8 Release Date
Yellowstone Season 4 Episode 8 will release on December 19 at 8:00 p.m. ET on Paramount Network and the CMT website. Yellowstone is not yet available on Netflix. However, if you have a current Hulu + Live TV subscription, you may watch Yellowstone Season 4 live or on-demand. Yellowstone Seasons 1, 2, and 3 are now available to watch on the new Peacock streaming service. Peacock plans start at $4.99 per month. Season 4 of Yellowstone will not be available until 2022 when it airs on Paramount Network. Additionally available at various costs through Amazon Prime Video, Sling, Philo, FuboTV, YouTubeTV, Google Play, Vudu, Direct TV Stream, and iTunes.
How many episodes are left in Yellowstone Season 4?
The new season 4 of Yellowstone consists of ten episodes. After all, there are only three remaining episodes! From now on, every single moment will be monumental. The most bizarre aspect of this is that, for whatever reason, there is no official word on a season 5 renewal as of yet. While we remain hoping for additional episodes, it would be good to have some sort of official green light. The remaining episode titles are:-
Yellowstone Episode 408 No Kindness for the Coward
Yellowstone Episode 409 No Such Thing as Fair
Yellowstone Episode 410 Grass on the Streets and Weeds on the Rooftops
Taylor Sheridan’s highly anticipated prequel to Yellowstone 1883 will premiere not just on Paramount + on December 19, but also on Paramount Network on Sunday, December 19, following a brand new episode of Yellowstone.
Yellowstone Season 4 Episode 7 Recap
The whole pre-credits montage focuses on Jimmy’s new life on the 6666. He’s finally received a 6666 shirt to do his cowboying in, and he’s much more at ease on the ranch now. Carter, the ranch’s newest orphan, receives some sound advice from John Dutton. He’s supposed to make amends with Beth. Carter is upset that he upset Beth, we discover. However, their bond grows tenfold as a result of this contact. Monica grills Kayce once more about Avery. As he sprints beside Tate and Mo on horseback, Kayce finally names Tate’s dog (Sunka). Kayce and Mo do everything they can to return the stolen horses to Broken Rock. Emily, played by Kathryn Kelley, our new vet tech, tells Jimmy to keep it in place. Christina and Garrett Randall have a heart-to-heart about Jamie at Jamie’s new property. When we next speak with Beth Dutton, she’ll be showing us around her new office. Cal, her new assistant, is introduced to her and she gives him a thorough rundown. She, on the other hand, fires the young man in a terrible manner within seconds. Travis Wheatley, Taylor Sheridan’s housemaster, is back on the Yellowstone with John Dutton in Montana. Travis’ latest group of horses is being examined alongside Rip and Jake. Then Teeter arrives, seemingly out of nowhere. Teeter, on the other hand, is a wreck. She begs for her job back. She shows John and Rip her Y brand. Teeter is branded, and John can’t believe he didn’t know. Rip then orders Teeter to gather her belongings and return to the bunkhouse. In episode 7, a familiar face reappears. Governor Perry returns to Yellowstone, and John Dutton growls. At Perry’s request, the two go for a walk. Is it time for the big reveal? She’s a senatorial candidate. Perry’s ambition is to go where she can make the most impact. What’s the big reveal? Jamie Dutton should also run for governor, according to her. “John, he’s the demon we’re familiar with. She says to John, “I’ll take my chances.” John Dutton is planning a bid for Governor. With Perry’s blessing. All of this is to ensure that his adopted son does not. Because he feels Jamie will “destroy all we love” if he does. Lloyd sells a valuable rodeo buckle at a pawnshop. He astounds us all by purchasing a guitar for Walker with his “one of a kind” buckle. Jamie is summoned by Perry. “Montana’s next governor, John Dutton,” she says. Jamie has been completely defeated.