‘Yellowstone’ Is The Most Watched Summer Cable TV Series, Ratings Up 66% From Season 1 In Key 18-49 Demographic

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The ratings for season two of “Yellowstone” on the Paramount Network are through the roof.

According to a release from the network, the Kevin Costner hit show is the most watched cable series of the summer and is up 66% in the 18-49 demographic. (RELATED: ‘Yellowstone‘ Season 2, Episode 2 Is Solid With ‘New Beginnings’)

The good news for the ratings doesn’t end there. Through the first two episodes of the new season, ratings are up at least 60% in all demographics from season one.


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This is music to my ears. The fact “Yellowstone” is so popular just goes to show America hasn’t lost its mind just yet.

It’s the best show on television right now, and it’s not really close. It’s all about a family doing whatever it takes to defend what is rightfully theres.

Sometimes, that means violence, and it’s absolutely awesome.

I hate to brag, but I’ve been saying for well over a year “Yellowstone” was going to be a gigantic hit that would only grow with time, and I turned out to be 100% correct.

Much like John Dutton, I only know how to win.

Through two episodes of season two, we’ve already had plenty of action and now Kayce has taken his rightful spot as the heir to the ranch.

We don’t have a new episode this week thanks to the 4th of July, but you can expect things to only continue to be crazy once it returns July 10.


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The ratings will also only increase with more time. As word spreads, more and more people will start tuning in. Luckily for all of you, I’m locked in and ready to go.

Keep checking back for more updates when we have them. You know I can’t get enough of “Yellowstone.”