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"Longmire" review by Suzanne 9/9/15
Season 4 Premieres Thursday, September 10 on Netflix

I really love this show, and I'm so glad that Netflix picked it up for the fourth season. I hope that it does well, and they have a fifth season, too. It's just such a good show with interesting mysteries and colorful characters as well as great drama.

In the first three seasons, we watched Walt struggle with the murder of his wife and wrestle with his demons. The end of the third season ended with deputy Branch Connelly figuring out that his own father was behind the murders. He and his father had guns, and one of them shot the other, but we didn't know who was the one who got shot.

The first episode this season deals with that fall-out from the cliffhanger. I would say that it occurs sometime shortly after the events of the third season finale. I can't give away the details, but it's a sad episode. However, the plot does progress, and new mysteries occur.

The second episode is slightly less sad as they continue to search for clues and also still deal with local problems and other crimes. A man is found murdered at an old Japanese internment camp called War Eagle (there is no such place in real life, and that is actually the football rallying cry for the Auburn football team, so I thought was hilarious).

The third episode is sort of an ending of what happened in those other two episodes. I can't wait to see what else happens this season! It's really exciting to see what Henry gets up to with his people, too. Also, Vick still has her crush on Walt, but they still don't talk about it or act on it. They do a comical kind of metaphorical dance.

If you haven't watched the first three seasons, they're available on Netflix already. Do yourself a favor and watch them!


The upcoming fourth season of Longmire is coming on September 10 to Netflix.
Check out the recently released teaser trailer:
And a sneak peak at a scene from the first episode of the new, upcoming season:
Based on the novels by bestselling author Craig Johnson, the fourth season premiere of Longmire picks up moments after season three’s exciting finale. Walt Longmire (series star Robert Taylor), having found out who was behind the murder of his wife, succumbs to his darker impulses and takes off in pursuit of the killer with murder on his mind. Meanwhile, Branch Connally (Bailey Chase), the deputy who Walt fired for erratic, violent behavior, believes he has already figured out who the real culprit is. But during his confrontation with this suspected killer, a gun goes off. Now the audience will finally learn what happened, and whether Walt can be stopped before he makes a fatal choice. The 10-episode fourth season stars Taylor, along with Katee Sackhoff (Battlestar Galactica, Riddick), Lou Diamond Phillips (Southland, La Bamba), Bailey Chase (Damages), Cassidy Freeman (Smallville) and Adam Bartley (Justified). Gerald McRaney (House of Cards) and Ally Walker (Sons of Anarchy) guest star in the upcoming season. Longmire is produced by The Shephard/Robin Company in association with Warner Horizon Television. Hunt Baldwin (The Closer, Trust Me), John Coveny (The Closer, Trust Me), Greer Shephard (The Closer, Major Crimes, Nip/Tuck) and Michael M. Robin (The Closer, Major Crimes, Nip/Tuck) serve as executive producers.

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