Drama Series


The walls are closing in on all sides as John Dutton and his family continue to fight for their survival, and unlikely partnerships, new enemies and disloyalty threatens to pull the family apart.

For Your Consideration

Outstanding Drama Series

Showrunner: Taylor Sheridan
Executive Producers: John Linson, Art Linson, Taylor Sheridan, Kevin Costner, David C. Glasser
Co-Executive Producers: Michael Friedman, John Coveny, Brett Conrad
Producer: Barry Berg

Outstanding Leading Actor in a Drama

Kevin Costner

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama

Luke Grimes

Wes Bentley

Cole Hauser

Gil Birmingham

Denim Richards

Josh Holloway

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama

Kelly Reilly

Kelsey Asbille

Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series


Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series

Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series (One-Hour)

Outstanding Single Camera Picture Editing for a Drama Series


Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series

Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series

Outstanding Production Design for a Narrative Program (one hour or more)

Outstanding Casting for a Drama Series 

Outstanding Contemporary Costumes 

Outstanding Hair Styling for a Single-Camera Series

Outstanding Contemporary Makeup (Non-prosthetic)

Outstanding Music Supervision

Outstanding Sound Editing for a Comedy or Drama Series (one hour)

Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Comedy or Drama Series (one hour)

Outstanding Stunt Coordination for a Drama Series, Limited Series or Movie

Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Original Dramatic Score)



– Deadline Hollywood

“Prestige television.”

– Parade

“It’s about as badass as TV gets”

– Men’s Journal

“Content we’re yearning for”

– Vulture


Kevin Costner

as John Dutton

Luke Grimes

as Kayce Dutton

Kelly Reilly

as Beth Dutton

Wes Bentley

as Jamie Dutton

Cole Hauser

as Rip Wheeler

Kelsey Asbille

as Monica Long Dutton

Gil Birmingham

as Chief Thomas Rainwater


S3 E1 | “You’re Indian Now”

In the wake of the Beck Brothers, John reshuffles the political decks; Beth finds a trespasser on the ranch and learns that he may have big ambitions for the surrounding land; John helps Tate deal with his nightmares.

S3 E2 | “Freight Trains and Monsters”

The Duttons open camp, which proves to be the best therapy for Tate; Jamie and Hendon agree to teach a lesson to two criminals, but it does not go as intended; Beth learns more about Roarke’s business plans; Teeter joins the bunkhouse.

S3 E3 | “An Acceptable Surrender”

Jamie plays cover-up and damage control with Hendon; Gov. Perry hears a multibillion-dollar pitch for a development right on the Yellowstone; Jimmy competes in a rodeo competition.

S3 E4 | “Going Back to Cali”

Beth shares a personal secret with Rip; John and the boys deal with some hostile trespassers from out of state; Rainwater reaches out to a powerful woman to help secure the future of Broken Rock.

S3 E5 | “Cowboys and Dreamers”

The reason for Beth and Jamie’s toxic relationship is revealed; Kayce bends the rules to help a family in need; Rip and the boys get into a confrontation with two men from John’s past.

S3 E6 | “All or Nothing”

Beth reveals a secret to her father; John confronts two cowboys about old feuds; a search gets underway on the reservation.

S3 E7 | “The Beating”

Jamie has a major revelation; Beth makes plans for her future; Jimmy meets a rodeo legend; Rip’s patience is tested.

S3 E8 | “I Killed a Man Today”

Beth continues her battle with Willa Hayes and brings John a lucrative offer; Monica has a harrowing ordeal.

S3 E9 | “Meaner Than Evil”

Rip and Kayce must work together to solve an unresolved issue, Beth’s plan backfires, Jamie searches for answers about his past, and the ranch hands seek revenge.

S3 E10 | “The World is Purple”

Jamie calls a meeting, Beth retaliates, Thomas Rainwater makes John an offer, Mia gives Jimmy an ultimatum, and Kayce receives a surprising endorsement.