If there is one thing we know about the Dutton family on yellowstone, it's that they aren't afraid to spill blood in order to protect their land. However, the family has also suffered a fair share of heartbreak. In fact, a major tragedy struck Monica and Tate Dutton in the season four premiere.
The young boy was kidnapped by militiamen working for the Beck brothers, a group of neo-Nazis who are interested in the Brocken Rock Indian Reservation and the land owned by the Dutton family. The Beck brothers and their henchmen snuck into the home where Tate was staying, and they kidnapped him. However, Kayce Dutton isn't one to give up on his son. He led a group to rescue the young boy. When he finally found him, he was shivering with his head shaved and was in a state of trauma.
However, the good news is that Tate survived the ordeal and will be back on his father's ranch in Yellowstone. However, the traumatic experience was enough to leave the young boy scarred for life. Luckily, the 14-year-old actor (who plays Tate on the show) opened up exclusively to Distractify about what happened to his character.
We asked him what he thought of the scene and if it was too violent for the series. He said, "Yellowstone is a very gritty and incredibly violent show but there have been a few times where I felt like the episode went a little too far." Hopefully, the next episode of this hit cable TV series will not include any more violence than that of this episode.