‘Yellowstone’ TV Ratings Continue To Skyrocket, ‘Resurrection Day’ Passes 6 Million Viewers

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“Yellowstone” has continued to dominate the TV ratings this summer.

“Resurrection Day” now has north of six million total viewers, which absolutely dominated everything else that aired on cable from Aug. 5 through Aug. 11, according to TVByTheNumbers on Monday. (RELATED: ‘Yellowstone‘ Episode ‘Enemies By Monday’ Ends In Tragedy)

I can’t say I’m surprised at all that the numbers continue to go through the roof for this show. “Resurrection Day” was arguably the best episode of the season through the first nine episodes.

It also featured the attack on Beth, which set everything going forward in motion.

The fact millions and millions of people are tuning in weekly to watch the Kevin Costner hit show on the Paramount Network is proof that part of this country still has common sense.

There’s literally no reason at all to not be watching. It’s maybe the most badass show ever made, and now we’ve only got one episode left.

Just one!


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I wish I could just watch the finale right now so that I could stop constantly wondering how this season will end. Seriously, I’m ready for all the action and death on the horizon after Tate’s kidnapping.

Bring on the violence! Bring on the Duttons just unloading on people!


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Finally, I’ll be really interested to dig into the streaming numbers in a couple more months once more and more people catch up.

My guess is that we’re going to see some final digits that’ll be just staggering. With numbers like the ones “Yellowstone” is getting, the Paramount Network will probably want to keep it around for as long as possible.