Where to Watch Yellowstone Season 4 Without Cable
Yellowstone Season 4 is only available on Paramount Network. Seven live TV services currently carry Paramount Network if you want to watch Season 4 online or without cable TV.
Paramount+ does not carry Yellowstone because Peacock currently retains the streaming rights to the show. Peacock has Season 1 through Season 3, and will get Season 4 in 2022.
Table of Contents
- Where to Watch Yellowstone Season 4 Without Cable
- How to Watch Yellowstone Season 4 for free
- Is Yellowstone Season 1 through 3 on streaming?
- Is Yellowstone on Netflix or Hulu?
- What’s the best way to watch Yellowstone Season 4?
Yellowstone Season 4 is now underway, along with all the drama that comes with being part of the Dutton family.
The latest season of the breakout drama starring Kevin Costner is on Paramount Network every Sunday night at 8 p.m. ET.
Season 4 is the latest chapter about the family of John Dutton (played by Kevin Costner), who controls the largest contiguous cattle ranch in the United States.
Much of the action in the series centers on the Dutton family fending off land developers, and outside forces seeking to break their land apart.
Cord-cutters and Yellowstone fans have seven live TV streaming services to watch the latest installment of Yellowstone.
Here’s everything you need to watch Season 4 of Yellowstone online without cable.
How to Watch Yellowstone Season 4 for free
YouTube TV, Philo, Hulu + Live TV, fuboTV, DIRECTV STREAM, Sling TV and Vidgo all carry Paramount Network.
Most of these services have a free trial that lasts a week.
So you can easily watch a few episodes of Yellowstone Season 4 for free. Just remember to cancel before the trial ends if you decide that the streaming service isn’t for you.
The first two episodes of Season 4 are currently free on the Paramount Network website. You will need to register for a 24-hour pass with your email address.
Philo is the best deal for most people looking for a way to watch Yellowstone Season 4 live on Paramount Network when each new episode airs.
It’s also the cheapest way to watch Season 4 of Yellowstone online or on-demand without a cable subscription. Philo does not carry any sports networks or any locals. A subscription costs $25 per month.
You can watch live TV on three screens at once. Subscribers get unlimited Cloud DVR for recordings. And you get a huge library of on-demand shows and movies.
Philo has apps for Smart TVs using Android TV or Google TV software. You can also add the Philo app to your Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Google Chromecast with Google TV, and Apple TV.
Subscribers can watch Yellowstone Season 4 online using an iPhone, iPad, and Android smartphone at home or on the go.
Philo subscribers can activate more than 40 apps. So if you want to activate the Paramount Network app and catch up on an episode of Yellowstone, no problem. No cable TV provider needed.
Sling TV has Paramount Network on its Comedy Extra bundle.
You can add Comedy Extra (for $6 per month) to the Sling Orange or Blue plan.
Note: Now through Nov. 14, Sling TV is adding a free preview of Paramount Network to all Sling Orange and Sling Blue subscribers. So you won’t need to add the Comedy Extra bundle to catch the premiere of Yellowstone Season 4.
Subscribers get 50 hours of Cloud DVR. Sling Blue subscribers can watch live TV on three screens at once. Sling Orange subscribers can watch TV on one screen at a time.
Sling TV has apps on every major streaming device, so it’s pretty easy to start watching on your Smart TV. You can also watch Sling TV with a Roku, Amazon Fire TV and Apple TV.
When you sign up for Sling TV, there are no contracts, or extra fees like cable TV. The first month costs only $10 when you sign up.
You can also get a free or discounted streaming device by signing up for a brief subscription.
Hulu with Live TV
Hulu + Live TV has 75+ live TV channels, including ESPN, A&E, History, TBS, TNT and USA. You can watch live TV on up to two screens at once.
Subscribers get more than just live TV channels to watch. You’ll also have full access to Hulu’s on-demand library that people usually pay $6.99 and up for.
Hulu with Live TV comes with 50 hours of Cloud DVR so you can record sports, news, movies or whatever else you want.
Subscribers can activate the Paramount Network app and more than 50 others to catch up on recent episodes of Yellowstone Season 4 and other shows.
Hulu with Live TV works with most streaming devices, including Amazon Fire TV, Fire Stick, Roku, Apple TV, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and Chromecast. There’s apps for iPhone and Android devices too.
A subscription costs $64.99 per month. Hulu has a free 7-day trial that you can use even if you already subscribe to Hulu on-demand.
You can look over what live TV channels Hulu offers. If you don’t like it, you can easily cancel online. Unlike cable, there are no contracts, hidden fees or any obligations.
You also get local FOX, NBC and CBS stations. fuboTV has coverage for NBC regional sports networks, and privately owned ones like NESN.
Subscribers get 250 hours of Cloud DVR. You can watch live TV on three screens at once.
A subscription costs $64.99 per month. Subscribers can use their fubotv account to activate the Paramount Network app.
Fubo works on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Smart TVs that use Android TV or Google TV. You can also watch live TV channels on a PC or smartphone.
The Fubo starter channel package costs $64.99 per month. fuboTV has a free 7-day trial with no obligations. You can look over what local channels are available in your area. Just cancel online before the trial ends if you don’t want to keep it.
Paramount Network is on Vidgo, which has 95+ live TV channels.
Vidgo carries A&E, ESPN, Discovery, Disney Channel and VH1. There are also standalone Latino channel bundles.
Vidgo works on all major streaming devices, including Apple TV, Roku and Amazon Fire TV products. It also works on iPhones and Android smartphones. You can watch live TV on three screens at once.
YouTube TV has 85+ live TV channels including FS1, FS2, ESPN, AMC, CNN and TNT. A subscription costs $64.99 per month.
You can watch live TV on up to three screens at once.
YouTube TV comes with unlimited Cloud DVR, so you have plenty of space to record every episode of Yellowstone Season 4, and watch it whenever you want.
YouTube TV has apps for Amazon Fire TV devices, Smart TVs, Google Chromecast with Google TV, Apple TV, PCs, Apple devices and Android smartphones. You can also stream Yellowstone Season 4 online with a web browser. YouTube TV has a free 7-day trial.
A DIRECTV STREAM subscription includes Paramount Network in its entry-level channel bundle. You can watch live TV either at home on your Roku, or on the go using a smartphone or tablet.
The Entertainment plan has 65+ channels for $69.99 per month. Subscribers can watch live TV on up to 20 screens at once.
ESPN, Nickelodeon and HGTV are included in the channel lineup. You get 20 hours of Cloud DVR and 40,000 on-demand movies and shows.
Subscriptions run month to month and so you can cancel whenever you want. DIRECTV STREAM works on Roku, Android TV, Fire TV devices, Apple TV and smartphones and tablets.
Is Yellowstone Season 1 through 3 on streaming?
You can watch Season 1 through Season 3 of Yellowstone through Peacock, the streaming service from NBCUniversal. Season 4 is expected to arrive on Peacock in 2022.
Is Yellowstone on Netflix or Hulu?
No. In January 2020, NBCUniversal revealed that its streaming service, Peacock, would become the exclusive streaming home of Yellowstone.
Season 1, Season 2 and Season 3 of Yellowstone are currently available to Comcast and Peacock subscribers. Season 3 was added after it debuted on the Paramount Network.
What’s the best way to watch Yellowstone Season 4?
Philo is the best deal for watching Paramount Network without cable TV or a satellite service. If you just want a way to watch Yellowstone Season 4 live or on-demand, Philo is currently the cheapest option.
Philo carries 60+ live TV channels for $25 per month and has unlimited Cloud DVR.
Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV and Smart TVs have the Philo app.
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