Yellowstone season 4: Fans reveal gruesome clue from new trailer, revealing Walker’s death.


Yellowstone season 4: Fans reveal gruesome clue from new trailer, revealing Walker’s death.

Season 4 of YELLOWSTONE continues to release trailers and teaser ads to whet fans’ appetites for what’s to come when the program comes to Paramount Network on November 7 – but the latest may not be good news for Walker lovers.

Since stumbling onto John Dutton’s (Kevin Costner) ranch in season one, Walker (played by Ryan Bingham) has been on a rollercoaster of emotions on Yellowstone. After squabbling with head rancher Rip (Cole Hauser) and being sentenced to the infamous “train station,” Walker was saved by a sympathetic Kayce Dutton (Luke Grimes) and told to run, only to be discovered by Rip and Lloyd (Forrie J Smith) at a local saloon. In season three, Walker tried his hardest to vow allegiance to the Duttons in order to avoid another death sentence from Rip, but the current season four trailer from Paramount may have just proven that his luck is about to run out.

With the fourth season of Yellowstone shrouded in mystery, the Paramount Network has yet to release a full-length trailer featuring fresh footage from the next series.

After all, the fates of John, Kayce, and Beth Dutton (Kelly Reilly) remain unknown following their ambush by strange and ruthless attackers in the season three finale.

However, to fill the hole, a couple of brief, mysterious promos have been released to keep the fandom guessing.

And the most recent one has generated a frenzy among Walker fans who believe it marks the end of the sultry-sounding, melodic rancher – and there’s plenty of evidence to back them up.

Fans may see the camera slowly move down to one of Montana’s many babbling brooks in the latest teaser.

The sound of water hitting the rocks and what appears to be a fishing rod can be heard out of view, but no voices can be heard.

Then, seemingly out of nowhere, a gunshot is heard, followed by a splash into the sea.

Blood continues to flow down the lake, and a cowboy hat slowly floats atop the surface, while the trailer’s theme becomes slightly more menacing.

So how did this mysterious teaser become associated with Walker? The rancher’s preferred white hat is strikingly similar to the cowboy hat.

One fan commented on the trailer on Instagram, “Looks like Walker’s hat.” “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”


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