Why "Yellowstone" Is A Must See
Arts Entertainment

5 Reasons why you should watch the new television series "Yellowstone"

"New" kind of drama that demands our attention

216
shoot online.com

When you talk to other people about where they come from, they may talk about whereabouts their family is all from and lives throughout the country. I have family that mainly lives in the midwest, however, I do have many family members that live in the Big Sky country of Montana. Every time we go to visit, the countryside takes my breath away at the vastness of land that has been barely been touch by man. In my opinion, it should stay that way as well. Throughout my many visits to Montana, I have gotten to know many different ranch families who have lived their way of life on the ranch for many generations.

They have passion for their way of life, and no one should dare disagree otherwise. When I seen the advertisement for this new television series, "Yellowstone", I thought that it was just another poor attempt to create a western television series like so many others had tried to do in the past. However, when I heard that it was based in Montana and around where my family lives, I decided to give it a try. I admit that I was completely wrong in my judgement about this series.

It is based around real issues that these long generation ranchers face, such as: urbanization, issues with the Native American reservations, and also issues amongst the family. This series takes a look at problems that not many people face, however, for those of us who live in a rural setting these issues seem all too close to home.

1. Breathtaking Images of Montana



The series was filmed in both Utah and Montana, but the main ranch of the family was filmed in Darby, Montana.

2. Kevin Costner

For all of those people who are Kevin Costner fans, this is definitely one of his works that you do not want to miss.

3. Horses


If you are a horse lover, then this is the series for you!

4. Life On The Ranch


One of my aspirations is to maybe work on a ranch someday. I have two ranch horses myself, and I love the amazing and simplistic life that living on a ranch seems to have.

5. Life Lessons



This series is also displays a fair amount of hardships and issues this particular family has to go through. However, it is amazing to see how far people will go to protect their way of life. Honestly, I would as well (within certain means).

If you are interested in this series, I recommend watching the first episode or else you will be confused! However, after watching the first episode, I will warn you, that you will become hooked into this new drama.

Report this Content
This article has not been reviewed by Odyssey HQ and solely reflects the ideas and opinions of the creator.
Swoon

I Started Dating A Guy Before Quarantine, But Now We Rarely Speak Unless I Double-Text

"He's really nice and cute and I like being around him when we see each other, but he's awful at communication."

Each week Swoonie B will give her advice on anonymous topics submitted by readers. Want to Ask Swoonie B something related to dating and relationships? Fill out this form here — it's anonymous.

Keep Reading... Show less
Lifestyle

This Is Exactly What You Should Eat Today In Quarantine, Based On Your Zodiac Sign

You've probably been eating it the past three months,

If we added up all the minutes of my life I've stood in front of the fridge or pantry mindlessly glazing over options, it would probably amount to several years longer than I'd care to admit.

Keep Reading... Show less
Health and Wellness

If You Don't Think People Are Legitimately Scared To Stay In Lockdown, Think Again

People are terrified of what could happen if states stay in lockdown too long.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to be the topic of discussion for most U.S. residents. From federal reopening guidelines to individual state timelines, the country is all over the place. This sparks conversations within the news, social media, and in family homes about the consequences of reopening the country incorrectly.

Keep Reading... Show less
Health and Wellness

If You Don't Think People Are Legitimately Scared To Reopen States, You're Not Looking Hard Enough

People are terrified of what could happen if states begin reopening too early.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to be the topic of discussion for most U.S. residents. From federal reopening guidelines to individual state timelines, the country is all over the place. This sparks conversations within the news, social media, and in family homes about the consequences of reopening the country incorrectly.

Keep Reading... Show less
Health and Wellness

Feel A Lil' Better: Because You Need To Stretch It Out

Your weekly wellness boost from Odyssey.

No matter how good (or bad) you'd describe your health, one thing is for sure: a little boost is ALWAYS a good idea. Whether that's reading a new, motivating book, or listening to a song that speaks to your soul, there are plenty of resources to help your health thrive on any given day.

Flexibility is an important part of life. Yes, you need to be able to go with the flow and adjust when needed, but literal, physical flexibility is equally handy. Not only does increased flexibility keep you safe from injury each time you work out, but a good stretch session is incredibly soothing after a long day. Your body goes through a lot! It needs to cool down and get loose after all the activities you put it through.

Keep Reading... Show less
Lifestyle

5 Amazing Things That Happened To Me When I Took Just A Week Off From Social Media

I've taken one-week off social media, and here's what I learned.


You’ll think clearer.

Keep Reading... Show less
Facebook Comments