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Yellowstone - Paramount

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  • Damm that was some scene on the cliff edge.




  • It's turning into Dallas!

    What's with all the mishaps and accidents?

    Are Casinos a thing with the Indians,it featured heavily in Banshee as well




  • It's turning into Dallas!

    What's with all the mishaps and accidents?

    Are Casinos a thing with the Indians,it featured heavily in Banshee as well

    Indians love casino's, generate lots of revenue from them, and don't have to follow any laws but their own.

    The Native American casino's generated somewhere like 26 billion annual revenue...its a wonder why a lot of their reserves are crime ridden dumps with extreme poverty. Monetary inequality is also a big issue...Not all reserves are like this, but there is certainly a majority




  • c.p.w.g.w wrote: »
    Indians love casino's, generate lots of revenue from them, and don't have to follow any laws but their own.

    The Native American casino's generated somewhere like 26 billion annual revenue...its a wonder why a lot of their reserves are crime ridden dumps with extreme poverty. Monetary inequality is also a big issue...Not all reserves are like this, but there is certainly a majority

    Indians don't handle alcohol use I heard too




  • Indians don't handle alcohol use I heard too

    Same goes for the native Australian people, maybe their is a biological reason for this, as both groups would have evolved independently for so long without outside influence. Unlike Europe & Asia which would have had a much higher level of genetic diversity


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  • Damm that was some scene on the cliff edge.

    I think I felt out of breath or something just after!!




  • Well now not a brother that changes things up a bit in the family dynamic.




  • Damm that was some scene on the cliff edge.

    I thought they were from that bus that John got rid of.




  • It's turning into Dallas!

    What's with all the mishaps and accidents?

    Are Casinos a thing with the Indians,it featured heavily in Banshee as well

    That massive Indian character from Banshee showed up in one of the episodes. Wonder if he will be in any more.




  • Well now not a brother that changes things up a bit in the family dynamic.

    I wonder was the
    bear and wolves
    scene at the end a metaphor for what's coming up.


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  • I'm waiting for that smug git Rainwater to get his comeuppance

    Comical all the accidents and mishaps




  • That was a top season of TV.

    Loved the soundtrack that went with it as well.


    That last scene with Costner walking was just stunning.




  • Loved that final scene with Kayce in the finale
    hanging Jenkins
    , looks like he can be just as cold blooded as his father and the rest of the wranglers....

    Roll on Season 2!




  • It was the second most watched show on all of cable tv in the States behind the Walking Dead.




  • It was the second most watched show on all of cable tv in the States behind the Walking Dead.

    And everybody i know hasn't heard about until i mention it. Its really set up lovely for season 2




  • Started watching first episode last night, got half way through and gave up :( Other half's comment was "I'm totally confused and it's very "ranchy"".

    I have been trying for ages to find something my wife and I can watch that we both enjoy - I had high hopes so really disappointed. Kids interrupting multiple times probably didn't help...

    Does it get better; is it worth sticking with?




  • Didn't realise that was the season finale until after it finished. That was decent.
    Kayce .. damn.. so cold! There again, it was feeling like the battle was lost and it would just go to legal stuff with Beth and Jamie until the switchover
    .

    Was thinking during the episode that Sheridan is doing well in that I don't feel confident about any of my guesses about where the story is gonna end up. So that could be good or bad. Either he has a plan or doesn't. Given his history, I'm guessing he's got the end game in mind.

    Started watching first episode last night, got half way through and gave up :( Other half's comment was "I'm totally confused and it's very "ranchy"".

    I have been trying for ages to find something my wife and I can watch that we both enjoy - I had high hopes so really disappointed. Kids interrupting multiple times probably didn't help...

    Does it get better; is it worth sticking with?

    Half of the first episode of any story based show ain't gonna do much for ya.
    Whether it gets better or not depends on what you like. What are you looking for?




  • Slydice wrote: »
    Half of the first episode of any story based show ain't gonna do much for ya.
    Whether it gets better or not depends on what you like. What are you looking for?

    Absolutely fair point so I went and watched the rest of the first episode on my own and in peace!

    Overall I thought it was ok - I struggled to follow all the different characters and I thought some of the personalities a bit cliched, don't like the daughter character as I thought she was overplaying it but there are some lovely looking horses roaming around!!

    I'll stick with it for a while!




  • Costner is great,he has that gravitas.

    It has a sort of Dallas meets Unforgiven feel to it




  • Really enjoyed that,great cast, stunning location. More please.


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  • The great Neal McDonough joins the cast for season 2.




  • My guess: Assassin!

    Oh or maybe bank robber! but that's just me remembering HOHW :)




  • Season 2 trailer.

    Season 2 starts June 19th





  • Season 2 starts tonight.




  • Renewed for a 3rd season.




  • Good opening episode to season 2 introducing the new characters and that closing few minutes were great and against shows how vast America is outside of major cities.




  • Costner is great,he has that gravitas.

    It has a sort of Dallas meets Unforgiven feel to it

    I had never heard of this until a friend recommended it, and I thought it might serve as a filler between other series I was watching,
    It grows on you quite quickly. The Dallas/Unforgiven allusion is quite appropriate. It's character driven, with only a few storylines, and where the dark side of the characters aren't shied away from, and because the storylines are so small; the (big) characters have a lot of room to manoeuvre in.
    Kelly Reilly's character alone is worth the watch, so adding in Kevin Kostner on top form is a real treat.




  • Cowboying up.

    A great classroom scene.



    Kelsey Chow is just stunning.




  • Kelsey Chow is just stunning.

    Had to duckduckgo that name : yer not wrong.


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  • Great show this, not surprised it's renewed for a 3rd series, I can see this going for a long time.


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