As John Dutton, the father and owner of Montana’s greatest ranch navigate friction within his family and with the Broken Rock Indian Reservation, national park, as well as developers, in the popular Paramount+ series.

For him, a good Western isn’t simply a race to the shootout. He says this in an interview with People magazine to promote the debut of Paramount+ in Britain.

During the Great Depression in Montana’s Dutton County in the early 1920s, there was prohibition, drought, and cattle rustling, and Helen Mirren and Harrison Ford will feature in the forthcoming prequel, 1923.

Yellowstone’s Secret to Success: Kevin Costner When it comes to a good western, it’s not just about the gunfight.