Yellowstone stars tease what’s to come in season four
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Jamie Dutton (played by Wes Bentley) and his biological father Garrett Randall (Will Patton) are just two of the suspects in the frame for the horrific Yellowstone ambushes from the season three finale heading into the fourth run on the Paramount Network. With John Dutton (Kevin Costner) not exactly in Jamie’s good books after discovering he was adopted, Jamie and Garrett as well as Roarke (Josh Holloway) and Market Equities all look as guilty as the other. And now, actor Patton has teased what fans may be able to expect in season four – and dropped a big clue Jamie has washed his hands of the Duttons for good.
“I always liked Wes a lot,” Patton told Express.co.uk about his expectations and first reaction to landing the role of Jamie’s dad.
He added: “So I just kind of – you never quite know what’s going to happen in this series. Even though they say, ‘this is probably what’s going to happen’, You never quite know with this series, you never know where you’re really going to go.
“So for me, it was surprising as we went along where it went,” he added.
Garrett reappeared in Jamie’s life towards the end of season three as the Yellowstone stalwart did some digging into his past.
After discovering he was adopted through unearthed medical files, Jamie struggled to accept John as his father figure following decades of a tumultuous relationship – even though John had raised him as his own.
He hunted down Garrett who was open with Jamie about the reasons he killed his biological mother and the circumstances which landed Jamie in the Duttons’ care.
And after some suspicious dealings behind John’s back and a very suspect phone call with Rip (Cole Hauser) when John, Beth (Kelly Reilly) and Kayce (Luke Grimes) were all ambushed, Jamie looks like he may have plotted the attacks on his adoptive family.
While Patton remained coy about whether Jamie was done with the Dutton clan for good following the adoption bombshell, he did drop a big clue things could pan out this way by admitting: “It would make sense.”
So could this be hinting at Jamie washing his hands of the Duttons for good, and even scheming to take them out the picture?
Fans will have to wait until season four to find out for sure, and Patton was able to give a bit of a teaser as to what to expect.
“Well, if you know Taylor (Sheridan) [showrunner], it’s gonna be hard-hitting (laughs),” he quipped.
“Not many people are involved with forgiveness on that show. You don’t want to offend anybody on that show.
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“That’s all I know to say right now (laughs),” he added before teasing further: “Everybody who comes on that show is afraid they’re going to be hung upside down naked by Rip (laughs).”
If Jamie and Garrett are exposed as the suspects, it’s safe to say Rip is certainly one man who’d have plenty to say about it.
Sadly, Patton was unable to confirm if fans can expect to see Garrett in season five and beyond or not.
Before he returns to Yellowstone, fans can see Patton on the big screen in the heartbreaking film, Sweet Thing.
Patton plays Adam, an alcoholic father to teens Billie (Lana Rockwell) and Nico (Nico Rockwell) who both yearn for a new way of life.
With their mother off with a new man and trying to recapture her youth, the two teens head on a road trip of self-discovery.
Sweet Thing delves into the hard-hitting consequences of Adam’s actions but also provide the tear-jerking moments of hope as Billie and Nico’s bond comes to the forefront.
Yellowstone season 4 premieres on the Paramount Network in the USA on November 7. A UK release date is yet to be announced.
Sweet Thing is available on digital download and in cinemas now.
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