Season 2

Season 1

Jun 3, 2012

Still mourning the death of his wife a year earlier, Sheriff Walt Longmire resolves to focus on rebuilding his career and cleaning up his life.

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1: Pilot
Jun 3, 2012
With the help of Vic and Henry, Longmire investigates a backcountry murder with ties to a tribal family.
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2: The Dark Road
Jun 10, 2012
Longmire and his team investigate the death of an exotic dancer with possible Amish roots. Cady's new relationship stirs up controversy.
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3: A Damn Shame
Jun 17, 2012
Longmire uncovers long-buried family secrets when he probes the deaths of a man and his award-winning horses in a barn fire.
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4: The Cancer
Jun 24, 2012
A fisherman discovers the bodies of two murder victims, including a teen from the Cheyenne reservation.
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5: Dog Soldier
Jul 1, 2012
Walt and the team look into the disappearances of several Cheyenne foster children and an unregistered sex offender.
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6: The Worst Kind of Hunter
Jul 8, 2012
Walt suspects a bear was baited to fatally attack a released murderer. Branch's retired uncle, a former sheriff, can't resist the lure of law enforcement.
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7: 8 Seconds
Jul 15, 2012
A wealthy beer distributor is brutally assaulted for a seemingly worthless painting; Vic's husband is jealous of her relationship with Walt; Branch's father uncovers information damaging to Walt's campaign.
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8: An Incredibly Beautiful Thing
Jul 22, 2012
Henry uses his tracking abilities to locate an unstable young woman who may be involved in the murder of a gas-station owner.
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9: Dogs, Horses and Indians
Aug 5, 2012
The Tribal Council president is found dead on county land but it s clear he died elsewhere and there is soon a large suspect list. Walt deals with feelings of betrayal when he uncovers Cady and Branch s affair.
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10: Unfinished Business
Aug 12, 2012
In the first-season finale, a teen is murdered after being acquitted of raping a Cheyenne girl. Later, Walt is forced to finally confront his wife’s death.
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