The television series Yellowstone changed how Americans and the world view the Western United States. Regardless of where you live, who can't relate to a Dutton in Taylor Sheridan's epic drama? Sadly, according to published reports, Idaho's favorite TV show won't return until November of this year.

Whether you're a real cowboy, cowgirl, or one in the heart, a little of the Yellowstone vibe will be in Nampa this weekend. The world's best bull riders from the Professional Bull Riders will be working against the biggest, maddest, most athletic animals or beasts on the planet.

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The PBR is a competition that pits man against beast. The show will be covered by CBS and CBS Sports Network. CBS will broadcast the first round on Sunday at 10 am on channel 2. The second round will be on CBS Sports Network Sunday at 6 pm.

Our area will benefit from some positive national attention. Unfortunately, our state has had a run of negative national headlines featuring prisoners escaping, a high-profile murder trial, and racial slurs hurled at the Utah Utes Women's Basketball Team.

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The action starts Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at the Ford Idaho Center. There is an official Yellowstone connection to the PBR. Check out the latest video of Cole Hauser from Yellowstone promoting the athletes and fans of the PBR below.

Here's a preview of what you'll see in Nampa this weekend from the athletes and bulls of the PBR.

"GEM STATE HOEDOWN: This weekend, for the 27th time and 13th consecutive season, PBR’s elite 2024 Unleash The Beast travels to Nampa, Idaho, for PBR Nampa, presented by Cooper Tires, the eighteenth event of the 24-event 2024 individual season. Nampa will host the PBR for three days of action on Thursday, March 28, starting at 7:45 p.m. MDT, Friday, March 29, starting at 7:45 p.m. MDT and on Saturday, March 30, at 6:45 p.m. MDT:"

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Yellowstone Actor, Kevin Costner Rents Out 160 Acre Ranch

Kevin Costner recently stated that he would be renting out his Aspen, Colorado home. Don't get me wrong, the "Dunbar Ranch" is beautiful. Sitting on 160 acres of land, the ranch comes with many perks.

You will be able to enjoy fly fishing on the river, a lazy day next to the lake, and a game of baseball on the private baseball field just to list a few of the extra amenities.

Montana has a handful of celebrities that own homes here in Big Sky Country. Is this going to be a new trend among the elite?

For $36,000 per night, you could book a spectacular stay at Costner's Aspen Ranch Home.

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