WATCH: Kevin Costner explores Yellowstone National Park in Fox Nation docuseries

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Kevin Costner is seen with a camera in a new docuseries on Yellowstone National Park. (Courtesy of Fox Nation)

WATCH: Kevin Costner explores Yellowstone National Park in Fox Nation docuseries

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Kevin Costner will take viewers on a trip through Yellowstone National Park in a brand new docuseries.

Yellowstone: One-Fifty debuts on Fox Nation on Sunday.

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The Yellowstone actor will lead viewers through much of the park’s untouched beauty, all while teaching them about its legacy.

The park recently marked its 150th anniversary.

The four-part series will debut on the streaming platform on Sunday, and Fox News Channel will air episode one on Dec. 11. Throughout the episode, Costner faces several obstacles, such as a large flood and even 15 feet of snow.

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The actor’s drama series Yellowstone was the No.1 series of 2021 across broadcast, cable, and premium viewing options. The show hit a series high with its season 4 finale viewership, racking up 9.3 million total viewers.

Costner made headlines over the summer when he donned an “I’m for Liz Cheney” T-shirt, which the Republican congresswoman tweeted out. The Wyoming representative is a major critic of former President Donald Trump.

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In a recent interview, he said that when it came to losing some fans due to his politics: “Just because you lose doesn’t mean you’re done. It doesn’t mean you’re even wrong. I didn’t really care how the cookie crumbles, that people that liked me now don’t like me. That’s OK.”

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