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7 User Reviews
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A Wyoming sheriff struggles to cope with his wife's death as he attempts to move on with his life and career. Based on the 'Walt Longmire' mystery novels by Craig Johnson.

User Reviews for Longmire

Default avatar cat
Sep 25, 2014 12:16PM EDT

Western Cop Drama. Great show if you like serial drama.

Default avatar cat
Sep 22, 2014 3:32PM EDT

Another good show bites the dust!

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Sep 14, 2014 1:58PM EDT

i saw 4 episodes and just could not feel it. there was no action and just felt very long.

Default avatar cat
Sep 6, 2014 3:15PM EDT

I am tired of being frustrated by the networks... always, when a show has grit, intelligent and not sophomoric seems to be cancelled. I am shocked that A&E is following the same line as our generic networks... come on. Some of us would actually enjoy being challenged. And there is a lot to be said about simplicity. So disappointed to see this show cancelled!

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by gcs1469
Aug 29, 2014 10:52PM EDT

A&E is terrible.. I hope another station picks this show up
I will never watch another show on A&E after the way they handled THE GLADES & now LONGMIRE ,, you are the worst

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Aug 8, 2014 4:33PM EDT

I never expected to like a cowboy cop show, but this WY-based Sheriff Longmire has all the best of a gallant, never outspoken cowboy with his trusted friend Henry to provide wisdom, perspective and a bit of "good medicine" as they fight crime and straddle the border between a cowboy town and the res, strengthening the Native American angle in this show. The explorations of character are what make this show so enticing, because there is... More

I never expected to like a cowboy cop show, but this WY-based Sheriff Longmire has all the best of a gallant, never outspoken cowboy with his trusted friend Henry to provide wisdom, perspective and a bit of "good medicine" as they fight crime and straddle the border between a cowboy town and the res, strengthening the Native American angle in this show. The explorations of character are what make this show so enticing, because there is something about almost every episode that makes the viewer feel like they are stopping in at the Red Pony for a bit of the upbeat cheer with which Henry answers the phone. Even on the worst, hardest days (and days and times are hard out west) connection with a true friend one can trust in any situation, even the most extreme, might just be found at the Red Pony. Of course, outside all of this are the gorgeous landscape panoramas, the sense of being away from urban American and on the cusp of locating another version of that down home American ideal of an alternative "family", made up of misfit friends and coworkers which, as we see with Brandt and Longmire, don't need to thank each other for saving their lives--that is par for the course--but rather, give thanks instead for saving a hat. Nice little moments of humor thus also dot the landscape of this show and make it an enjoyable watch.

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Aug 3, 2014 8:45AM EDT

this is another one of my favorite summer shows.it has an interesting story,the cases are very exciting and unlike other shows it's low tech,doesn't have gadgets and stuff is old school police work and it deserves your attention.