Editorial

‘Yellowstone’ Dominates Latest Cable TV Ratings, Gets Over 5 Million Viewers

Yellowstone (Credit: Paramount Network)

David Hookstead Smoke Room Editor-in-Chief

“Yellowstone” has continued to put up gigantic TV ratings.

According to TVByTheNumbers on Tuesday, the hit Kevin Costner show led the Live +7 ratings for shows on cable between June 24-30 with a total number of viewers north of 5.6 million. The ratings are for the second episode of season two. (RELATED: New ‘Yellowstone‘ Episode ‘The Reek Of Desperation’ Provides Tons Of Plot Development, Not Much Action)

The next closest cable show was “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” which only got 2.9 million viewers in the updated ratings.

The fact “Yellowstone” is putting up such gigantic numbers certainly puts a smile on my face. The numbers aren’t even really close.

Not are they only not close, but it’s blowout city. The difference between “Yellowstone” and everybody else is huge.

If that doesn’t make you happy, then you just don’t know great TV when you see it.

 

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I can’t wait to see what kind of numbers the show continues to put up as we progress through season two.

The fourth episode of the season is tonight, and it promises to be the most intense one we’ve had so far.

Judging from a clip that was released, Kayce and John are on the warpath.

Hopefully, the blowout in the TV ratings department continues. We need great content, and it really doesn’t get much better than “Yellowstone.”

Go, John, go! Tune in tonight to watch all the latest developments. It should be an outstanding one.