Yellowstone’ Season 4 Finale Smashes Ratings Records
Backpacker hikes through a stunted forest of mountain hemlock on the Williwaw Lakes Trail in Chugach State Park near Anchorage, Alaska June 2008. The trail leads hikers five miles to the first in a series of alpine lakes nestled beneath the towering 5,000-foot Chugach Mountains. An 18-mile loop can be made by crossing over into the North Fork Campbell Creek valley for the return to the Prospect Heights Trailhead. At a half-million acres, Chugach State Park is the country's third largest.

Yellowstone is no stranger to setting records with its family feuds and land disputes, but the jaw-dropping Season 4 finale has reached yet another milestone.  The hit series starring Kevin Costner reached a series high for viewing on Sunday.  The Season 4 Finale pulled in 9.3 million live viewers.  That smashed its last record of just over 5 million fans tuning in to the last episode of Season 3.  Season 4’s finale will also go down in history as the most-watched cable broadcast since The Walking Dead’s Season 8 premiere in 2017.  The Paramount Network hasn’t officially confirmed the fifth season of Yellowstone yet, but is there any doubt it won’t return for more Dutton drama?

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