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Latest ‘Yellowstone’ Episode ‘I Killed A Man Today’ Draws More Than 3.8 Million Live Viewers On The Paramount Network

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David Hookstead Smoke Room Editor-in-Chief
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“Yellowstone” put up some huge TV ratings with the new episode “I Killed a Man Today.”

According to ShowBuzz, the eighth episode of season three was watched live by 3.828 million people on the Paramount Network. (REVIEW: ‘Yellowstone‘ Is Outstanding In The New Episode ‘I Killed A Man Today’)

The numbers don’t include streaming data, which always bumps the numbers substantially higher.

 

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Is it a surprise to anyone that “Yellowstone” aired another episode and the ratings continued to be gigantic? It shouldn’t! (EXCLUSIVE: ‘Yellowstone’ Star Josh Holloway Previews Roarke Morris, Says The Show Is ‘Classically American’)

We all know that America loves “Yellowstone.” It’s one of the greatest shows ever made, and it has absolutely captivated the country.

Now, as we close in on the ending of season three, the ratings only climb further north. That’s a great sign for everyone involved.

It’s proof that with every passing day, more and more people tune in for the Kevin Coster hit. At this point, what are you doing with your life if you don’t watch “Yellowstone”?

Now, there’s two episodes left, and I’m incredibly excited to watch the Duttons defend the ranch at all costs.

We know trouble is brewing, but have no doubt that John, Kayce, Rip, Beth and the rest of the good guys will pull through.

Tune in Sunday night for episode nine of season three! It should be great!