Season four of “Yellowstone,” cable TV’s biggest series, is currently available to stream on NBCUniversal’s Peacock.
The season kicked off on the service on March 28. Peacock is the exclusive streaming home of “Yellowstone,” though new episodes air on its original home, Paramount Network.
The season four finale on Paramount Network was watched by 9.3 million viewers the day it aired Jan. 2, making it the biggest cable TV show since 2017. The network announced in February that it was renewing the series for a fifth season.
NBCU secured the streaming rights to the series in 2020, before Paramount (formerly ViacomCBS) launched its own streaming platform, Paramount+, in March 2021.
But Paramount continues to capitalize on the show’s popularity. Its creator, Taylor Sheridan, recently renewed a lucrative deal with the company to create original programming.
Two of them, “Mayor of Kingstown” and the “Yellowstone” prequel “1883,” have already debuted on Paramount+. Sheridan is developing more “Yellowstone” spinoffs, which “1883” executive producer David Glasser recently told Insider could collectively be considered an “anthology series.”
“If you’re a fan of the Dutton family and the saga that brings you to this day, what will come is this continuing saga,” Glasser said in an interview last month.