Saddle up, Yellowstone fans—the Dutton family drama isn't over yet. The series, which centers on the dysfunctional Duttons and their massive Montana cattle ranch, is set to return this Sunday, so there's plenty more to look forward to. In fact, Paramount+ will also be expanding the Yellowstone universe with two brand new shows—one prequel, one spinoff—in the works.

In September, the show shared a video with the first tantilizing hints at what could be ahead for the Dutton crew.

"The retaliation that those who wronged the Duttons are facing is one of incomparable scale," says actress Jen Landon, who plays ranch hand Teeter. Hauser had a slightly more succinct (and NSFW) take

In a follow-up teaser in October, they built anticipation even further with a teaser trailer offering some ominous glimpses, including the sight of Jamie—who some fans suspect had a hand in the potentially lethal season three finale—with a gun trained on someone.

The video has fueled plenty of fan speculation as to who exactly Jamie could be facing off against: his biological father, one of the Dutton family's enemies, or even one of the Duttons themselves.

After months of anticipation, Paramount Network finally announced that Yellowstone season 4 will premiere with a two-hour special event on Sunday, November 7 on Paramount Network.

Even before season 3 came out, Paramount Network announced that it had already ordered a fourth season of the hit western drama.

Filming was originally set to begin in June 2020, but was inevitably pushed back due to the global pandemic. Production finally began in late August, with Chief Joseph Ranch, which serves as the set for the Dutton homestead, confirming via Instagram in November 2020 that filming on season 4 had wrapped.