Longmire, Season 3HD
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Wyoming Sheriff Walt Longmire is back in the saddle for a third thrilling season. After winning his heated re-election as Absaroka County sheriff vs. his ambitious deputy Branch Connally, Walt Longmire faces a stampede of problems both personal and professional. With Branch mysteriously shot on “the Rez” by the White Warrior spirit of a dead man and Henry arrested in connection to the murder of Walt’s wife’s killer, Longmire finds himself butting heads with tribal police, big money connections and longstanding feuds. Add to this his daughter Cady’s pursuit of the truth regarding her mother’s killer, his deputy Vic Moretti’s already strained marriage now under pressure with another unwelcome return from her Philadelphia past, and the inevitable rural undercurrent of murder, secrets and betrayal and get ready for Big Sky drama at its best. Last season, Walt and his deputies each braved a storm and did it nobly. But for every storm, there is an aftermath.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe White Warrior||In the third season premiere episode, Walt deals with the aftermath of Henry's arrest and Branch's shooting. The search for the shooter, however, is complicated by Branch's insistence that it was someone known to be dead.||44:12||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoOf Children and Travelers||A murdered Russian adoptee leads Walt and the team to a shady underworld. Henry faces trouble in jail, while Cady struggles to find him an adequate lawyer.||43:07||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoMiss Cheyenne||Walt juggles an ongoing murder investigation and his duties as a fill-in judge for the Miss Cheyenne pageant. Meanwhile, Cady looks to an old friend for help with Henry's case.||43:13||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoIn the Pines||After a wilderness leadership trip takes a dark turn, Walt and the team must track down a killer and missing teenaged campers. Branch, meanwhile, continues his unsanctioned pursuit of his shooter.||43:08||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoWanted Man||Walt teams up with Lucian Connally (recurring guest star PETER WELLER) to narrow the field of suspects in the aftermath of his wife's murder. And while the team tries to track down a witness who could help Henry's case, Branch's behavior causes trouble.||43:14||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoReports of My Death||When a man missing for 30 years shows up dead, Walt must deal with the media frenzy and determine if he really is the long-lost heir to a silver-mining fortune. Henry, meanwhile, is tired of relying on others and makes a risky decision.||43:16||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoPopulation 25||Vic's vacation weekend goes awry when an accident leads to her and her husband Sean (recurring guest star MICHAEL MOSLEY) getting kidnapped. In order to rescue them, Walt forges an unlikely alliance.||47:07||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoHarvest||The investigation into a farmer's apparent murder is complicated by his life insurance policy. While Branch and Cady travel to Denver to search for a lead that might help Henry's case, Vic is given an ultimatum by Sean.||43:04||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|9||HDClosed CaptioningVideoCounting Coup||Although he has serious concerns about Branch's behavior, Walt makes a key discovery in the David Ridges case. And while Henry faces a major setback in his trial, Vic makes an important decision about her future.||43:45||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|10||HDClosed CaptioningVideoAshes to Ashes||In the third season finale, Walt seeks closure for both his wife's murder and Henry's case. And although Branch is suspended, he continues to look into Jacob Nighthorse (recurring guest star A Martinez).||48:12||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|101||HDVideoBehind the Story: The Stoic Cowboy||Walt Longmire is the modern cowboy, that breaks the convention of the past and emerges as a hero.||2:33||Season Only||View in iTunes|
|102||HDVideoBehind the Story: The Unguided Spirit||Branch has a deep conflict and must find his way in the world.||2:49||Season Only||View in iTunes|
|103||HDVideoBehind the Story: The Strongest Bond||The bond of friendship between Walt and Henry can never be broken.||3:14||Season Only||View in iTunes|
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I read a review the other day that has bothered me ever since so I felt the need to respond. Longmire is about as far as you can get from being disrespectful to Native American culture and beliefs. It addresses modern day issues of course but not in a disrespectful way and juxtaposes them with ties to how a respect for tradition and heritage is a path to solve these issues.
The character of Walt Longmire actually expresses his spiritual side through Native American belief. It is clear that he has found more truth and enlightenment through this expression if spirituality than one typically raised within an Anglo American cultural system. Walt is also a flawed character that strives to be the best man he can be for himself and his community despite his shortcomings and challenges.
The Native American characters are powerful as well as flawed making them easy to identify with and more approachable. My favorite is the character of Mathias, the Chief of the Tribal Police. He is resentful of Walt's interference on Indian matters but as the series has progressed has shown himself to care just as much as Walt and struggles with this interaction. He sees that Walt is trying to do the right thing but still doesn't trust him and who can blame him what with personal and historical president not to trust any non-Native American.
Longmire is a story about a flawed man trying to do the right thing in a flawed world with a cast of other well meaning but equally flawed supporting characters some with different views about what is the right thing to do. How is that any different than life itself.
The point to my rant is that Longmire isn't disrespectful to Native American beliefs and Culture. If anything it celebrates all of it; the good and the bad. In it we see ourselves and those around us. We see issues and struggles that are common in just about any community in this country. These same issues occur in white communities, black communities, Asian communities, Hispanic communities, etc across this country. In recognizing our similarities we can come together to recognize that we have more in common than we thought and can then appreciate and celebrate our differences.
Longmire is an entertaining show. It isn't preaching or moralizing anymore than it is divisive. I see people struggle with themselves and still work for the common good. That makes me feel good about myself and that I can also do good as I'm working and struggling with my own issues. This is the type of television I want to watch. If you do too then I think you will enjoy Longmire too.
I love this show. Its a detective show set in Absaroka County, Wyoming.
The main character and the shows namesake is Sheriff Longmire, played by Australian actor, Robert Taylor (fabulous, classic cowboy style). He is a man of few words, sharp intelligence and a dry wit. A man with a troubled past that is revealed as the show progresses. Other characters to note. Henry Standing Bear played by Lou Diamond Phillips a close friend and ally of Longmire and Longmires deputy Vic Moretti played byKatee Sackoff. But the whole cast is good. I really like Longmirses nemesis, Zahn McClarnon who plays officer Mathius, of the Res police.
It's the tension between these two and the worlds they represent, that makes this show compelling viewing.I enjoy the stories that often take us onto the res and A lot of the stories do. It's rural, it's local. Unfortunately it's not actually shot in Wyoming but it still looks great. They shoot in New Mexico Santa Fe and Las Vegas. I've enjoyed it more and more as the characters and story lines develop. If you want to get out of LA, Canada shot of LA / NYC then, I recommend this show highly
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Longmire is one of my favorite shows. I have watched all of them. I like the interplay of the "white" world with the "native" world. I have friends and family that are Native Americans and I have witnessed the two world views and they are vastly different. This is one of the things that intrigue me about the show. Keep in mind it is a "drama" not a documentary. A HUGE difference between the two....SMKindall