How to watch Yellowstone season 4 online from anywhere

Piper Perabo in Yellowstone season 4
(Image credit: Paramount)

We are well and truly over the halfway mark of the latest season of Yellowstone, which has drawn in a record number of viewers week on week as one of the US's biggest scripted TV series of the year. Return to the Dutton ranch in the state of Montana and ensure you know exactly how to watch Yellowstone season 4 online from anywhere.

Following John Dutton (Kevin Costner), a sixth-generation rancher fending off land-grabs from greedy developers, the bordering Native American reservations, and his own children and their self-serving actions - it truly sounds like an American Northwest Succession...

Watch Yellowstone season 4 online

When: 8pm ET / PT every Sunday

Cast: Kevin Costner, Luke Grimes, Kelly Reilly, Wes Bentley, Cole Hauser, Gil Birmingham, Jacki Weaver.

Creators: Taylor Sheridan and John Linson

Stream: Paramount /  Sling TV (US) | Amazon Prime Video (CA) | Stan (Aus)

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Given the events of season 3, with a number of orchestrated attacks, the dynamic is  radically changing. But who was behind them? The Dutton's aren't exactly short of enemies, so a better question would be who doesn't want them dead, and how best to invoke revenge? Scorned son Jamie (Wes Bentley), who recently discovered he was adopted, is definitely a prime suspect.

What we’re certain of is the exciting introduction of a few new characters. Animal Kingdom’s Jacki Weaver will play Market Equities CEO Caroline Warner, no doubt willing to use intimidation to get what she wants. Piper Perabo (Angel Has Fallen) stars as Summer Higgins, an avid protester of the industrialized farming industry, and Kathryn Kelly will join the main cast as a veterinary technician who falls for a Dutton ranch cowboy.

It’s been one hell of an explosive season so far - and there's even more drama expected with its prequel series 1883 airing, too. We don't expect it to let up any time soon. So, read on below for our guide on how to watch Yellowstone season 4 online and stream new episodes every week from anywhere.

How to watch Yellowstone season 4 from outside your country

Out of the country when new episodes of Yellowstone season 4 air? If so you'll be unable to watch new episodes due to annoying regional restrictions.

Luckily, there’s an easy solution. Downloading a VPN will allow you to stream Yellowstone season 4 online no matter where you are. It's a simple bit of software that changes your IP address, meaning that you can access on-demand content or live TV just as if you were at home.

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How to watch Yellowstone season 4 online in the US

every Sunday at 8pm ET / PT

Yellowstone, the Paramount Network’s most watched scripted-series ever, began airing its fourth season from November 7, with new episodes airing weekly every Sunday at 8pm ET / PT

Cable viewers can watch Yellowstone season 4 live each week on the Paramount Network, or, if you want to watch episodes on-demand, they’re available online the day after broadcast to anyone with a valid cable login, via the Paramount Network app.

For those without a cable plan, there are a number of potential streaming options that have Paramount Network as part of their channel line-up, and these include Hulu + Live TV and Sling TV, and YouTube TV. With the exception of Sling TV at $41 a month ($35 dollars plus the $6 required for the Comedy Add-On package, which has the Paramount Network), the rest are $64.99 and offer a bigger selection of channels.

If you’re looking to catch up with the Dutton family saga, previously broadcast seasons are available exclusively on NBC Universal’s Peacock TV platform. That may seem counterintuitive, given Paramount Plus is the home to many Viacom CBS shows, but that’s all due to a pre-existing licensing deal. This means that the fourth season will land here too once it’s finished its 10-episode cable run, rather than on Paramount Plus.

Peacock offers a free plan, but you'll need to subscribe to Peacock Premium at $4.99 a month to watch Yellowstone seasons 1 through 3. This option is ad-supported, so if you’re looking for uninterrupted viewing, you'll want to upgrade to Premium Plus at $9.99 a month. Both Premium and Premium Plus offer money-saving annual options, and a 7-day free trial – which will give you plenty of time to catch up with the Paramount Network’s most popular show.

Outside of the US? Residents of the country can take the subscription services you pay for at home with you wherever you are - all you need is a reliable VPN.

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How to watch Yellowstone season 4 online in Canada


Will Rip and Beth be reunited? And what kind of retaliation will the Dutton’s enact on their enemies? Canadians can find out with new episodes of Yellowstone season 4 landing on Paramount Network every Sunday at 8pm ET / PT.

Much like the US, those with cable in Canada will have Paramount Network as a part of their package, with the option to watch back on-demand with the Paramount Network app.

Alternatively, for cordcutters, you have a couple of options. Get FuboTV for as little as CA$8 a month depending on which plan you opt for, and new customers can benefit from a 7-day FREE trial. Thereafter, you'll pay for access to 10 live channels, including the Paramount Network.

Those with Amazon Prime Video can watch new episodes, landing on the platform every Sunday, too.

A Prime subscription will cost CND$7.99 a month, or CND$79 annually. Before you pay a thing, though, you can enjoy a 30-day FREE trial. That’s just enough time to binge seasons 1 to 3 of Yellowstone and catch the opening salvo of new season 4 episodes.

Canadians travelling abroad right now will encounter geo-blocks preventing them from connecting to their usual streaming platforms - but a solution is readily available. Just download a VPN and you’ll be free to watch your favorite shows wherever you are.

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How to watch Yellowstone season 4 in Australia


Yee-haw! Season 4 is riding home to streaming platform Stan with new episodes landing every Monday. The first two episodes were available to stream immediately, with the following eight set to be released on a weekly basis. You’ll pay AUS$10 a month for its Basic plan, which provides access to over 600 TV shows and more than 1,000 films – including every prior season of Yellowstone.  Plus, new subscribers can try it FREE for 30-days before paying a thing.

It’s worth noting that, just because you’re out of the country, that doesn’t mean you can’t watch your favorite shows. Just download a VPN to stream from the same OTT platforms you would at home.

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Can I watch Yellowstone season 4 online in the UK?

Sadly, this excellent neo-Western drama starring Kevin Costner hasn’t found a streaming home in the UK. The first two seasons were broadcast on the Paramount Network UK over a year ago, but fans across the pond are still waiting on an air date for seasons 3 and 4.

You can buy seasons 1 and 2 on Amazon Prime Video, though, from £1.89 per episode or £12.99 per season. So newbies can get a taste of the scintillating cowboy drama that’s yet to come. And, with plans for Peacock to become free to Sky and NOW TV customers later this year – with programming ad-supported – all four seasons of Yellowstone could be ready to stream pretty soon.

Remember, though, that if you’re away from your home country you can still access your streaming service subscription from anywhere, if you download a good VPN and follow our instructions above.

Daniel Pateman

Daniel Pateman is a freelance writer, producing articles across the cultural spectrum for magazines like Aesthetica, Photomonitor, The Brooklyn Rail and This is Tomorrow. He also provides text-writing services to individual curators and artists worldwide, and has had work published internationally. His favourite film genre is horror (bring on Scream 5!) and he never tires of listening to Absolute 80s on the radio.