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Longmire Season 2 Episode 5 “Party’s Over”

Longmire Season 2 Episode 5 "Party’s Over" airs Monday, June 24 at 10 PM ET/PT. Episode Synopsis: Episode 5 "Party’s Over" – When a teenage girl is found dead, Walt and the team investigate ties to the illegal sale of prescription drugs. Meanwhile, Henry reconnects with an old flame and Cady returns home. READ MORE... ">READ MORE...

Longmire Season 2 Episode 4 “The Road to Hell”

Longmire Season 2 Episode 4 "The Road to Hell" airs Monday, June 17 at 10 PM ET/PT. Episode Synopsis: Episode 4 "The Road to Hell" – A cattle heist sends the team on an urgent search for the missing livestock and driver as well as the thieves. Walt is concerned by Vic’s fearful behavior when she receives a mysterious bouquet of flowers. READ MORE...

Longmire Season 2 Episode 3 “Death Came in Like Thunder”

Longmire Season 2 Episode 3 "Death Came in Like Thunder" airs Monday, June 10 at 10 PM ET/PT. Episode Synopsis: Episode 3 "Death Came in Like Thunder" – Walt and the team explore Absaroka’s Basque community when a shepherd and his dog are found dead. Branch walks a thin line in his alliance with Jacob Nighthorse. Meanwhile, Cady looks to Detective Fales for answers about her mother’s death. READ MORE...

Longmire Season 2 Episode 2 “Carcasses”

Longmire Season 2 Episode 2 "Carcasses" airs Monday, June 3 at 10 PM ET/PT. Episode Synopsis: Episode 2 "Carcasses" – When a body is found in a compost heap, the victim’s history of abusive behavior leads to a varied list of suspects. Walt and the team must cross county lines to track down the killer. Branch looks into Cady’s abrupt departure from Absaroka. READ MORE...

A&E's 'Longmire' and 'The Glades' return up in season premieres

A&E's big Memorial Day premiere night saw audience growth amongst both "The Glades" and "Longmire" over their previous season premieres.The Season 4 premiere of "The Glades" was watched by 3.3 million viewers during its Monday (May 27) premiere at 9 p.m., up a solid 6 percent over its Season 3 debut last summer. While the Florida-set procedural was up overall, it did see a slight decrease in both adults 18-49 and adults 25-54."Longmire," on the other hand, saw increases all around. The Wyoming-based procedural was up 5 percent in total viewers from its first season premiere with 4.3 million viewers. The show also rose 12 percent in both adults 18-49 and adults 25-52.Did you catch either of the premieres over the holiday?... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/05/aes-longmire-and-the-glades-return-up-in-season-premieres.html

'Longmire' Season 2 Premiere Delivers Over 4.3 Million Viewers; 'The Glades' Season 4 Premiere Watched by 3.3 Million on A&E

Hot on the heels of the first season finale of A&E’s hit freshman drama “Bates Motel,” the network’s returning drama series, “Longmire” and “The Glades,” debuted to season-over-season growth on Memorial Day. Read More... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Tvbythenumbers/~3/Os6sx-oOvH4/

'Longmire' Premiere: Serial Killer Escapes

Walt chased after them on foot -- and tracked down Durell. But the cold overtook Walt during their fight. Reel Life With Jane loved the premiere -- and can't wait to see the character development this year. Read More... http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/05/28/longmire-season-2-premiere_n_3346078.html?utm_hp_ref=tv

'Longmire's Katee Sackhoff on Season 2: Vic and Walt 'would actually be really good together'

"Longmire," A&E's cop drama set in the rolling hills of Wyoming, returns for its second season Monday (May 27). Star Katee Sackhoff, who plays Sheriff Walt Longmire's deputy Victoria "Vic" Moretti, tells Zap2it that the viewers won't have to wait too long for their questions to be answered. "[Season 2] picked up pretty much right where Season 1 left off. All those questions from last year, most of them will get answered," says Sackhoff. "[Longmire's wife's murder] is a major plotline, the debate is a major plotline. I don't know necessarily if it'll all come to a head and we'll figure it out, but there will definitely be some payoff."Part of the investigation into Longmire's wife's murderer being found in a shallow grave means the return of Charles S. Dutton as the detective on the case. "I don't have many scenes with him," says Sackhoff, "But he's pretty amazing."In addition to that mystery continuing in... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/05/longmires-katee-sackhoff-on-season-2-vic-and-walt-would-actually-be-really-good-together.html

Jackie K. Cooper: Longmire Returns for Season Two

Last year we got our first taste of the new TV series "Longmire" which airs on A&E. This series about the contemporary west soon found its audience and became one of A&E's most successful series ever. Now it is back for its second season and the excitement of the story should continue at a high degree of entertainment excellence. Read More... http://feeds.huffingtonpost.com/~r/HP/Entertainment/~3/NNfatAMmwAI/longmire-returns-for-seas_b_3343153.html

'Longmire' Season 2: Robert Taylor returns as 'old-school' sheriff

If Sheriff Walt Longmire suddenly turns into a chatterbox, Robert Taylor will be the first to worry.The Australian actor is quite comfortable embodying novelist Craig Johnson's Wyoming lawman of few words as the title character in "Longmire," the Monday A&E mystery series that begins its second season Monday (May 27)."It was very exciting to get the pickup," Taylor tells Zap2it. "You never know, but it's great. I've done series before, and most of them never make it to a second season. And we hope we'll be here for quite a bit."That's entirely possible, since "Longmire" launched last summer as A&E's top-rated original series premiere up to that time. (It's been topped since by "Bates Motel.")"I felt it was a little different," Taylor says of his modern Western, "more distilled and languid and not as frenetic as some other shows. You always hope that you'll connect with people and that they'll stick with it, so we... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/05/longmire-season-2-robert-taylor-returns-as-old-school-sheriff.html
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