Walt and Branch team up when an apparent suicide is found to be connected to Cady's accident. Meanwhile, Detective Fales returns to Absaroka County with warrants, forcing Walt and Henry to face what happened in Denver.
After receiving a severed finger at the station that was unexpectedly left to him in a will, Walt connects this seemingly random act to a new murder – as well as an armed robbery twenty years ago. At the same time, Vic's paranoia peaks when she suspects she is being stalked, forcing her to confide in Walt.
When a game warden is killed alongside an elk that was poached, Walt discovers a connection to a rare expensive supplement. Walt completes his sacrifice, while Branch closes in on the truth about Cady's accident.
On Election Day, a terrible accident puts things into perspective for Walt and Branch. Emotions run high as the team races to find a hit-and-run driver.
Following an explosion on the reservation and the discovery of a dead body, Walt is bombarded with public confrontation as the Cheyennes blame the blast on a gas leak from a fracking operation run by Newett Energy. Meanwhile, Branch reconnects with Cady and uncovers information that could help him win the election.
When a wild horse is found dragging a dead body, Walt discovers evidence of an illegal rodeo at a local farm. Detective Fales comes to town to talk to Henry.
After Henry overhears a disgruntled husband try to order a hit on his wife, Walt and the team must use what little information they have to prevent her murder. Vic is wary when an ex-cop from Philadelphia shows up in Durant, Wyoming.
Walt is tipped off to the murder of a supposed psychic by the Contrary Warrior, a Cheyenne who does the opposite of what people expect. While deciphering his backwards clues, Walt must also deal with a public debate against Branch.
When a teenage girl is found dead, the investigation leads Walt and the team to the illegal sale of prescription drugs. Meanwhile, Henry reconnects with an old flame and Cady returns home.
A cattle heist sends the team on an urgent search for the missing livestock and its driver as well as the thieves. When Vic receives a mysterious bouquet of flowers, her fearful behavior has Walt concerned.
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 (recurring guest star A. MARTINEZ). Meanwhile, Cady looks to Detective Fales (recurring guest star CHARLES DUTTON) for answers about her mother's death.
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 County.
In the second season premiere, Sheriff Longmire urgently pursues a serial killer and his fellow escapees who have taken hostages up a mountain after a prison transfer goes awry.
Big Sky Drama LONGMIRE is back with more murder, secrets and betrayals from Absaroka County, Wyoming. Season Two finds reluctant hero Sheriff Walt Longmire back in the saddle and dedicated to serving his community after coming to terms with the devastating loss of his wife. But storm clouds are brewing. As Walt and his deputies plunge head first into the storm... how will each react when it hits?
Walt investigates the murder of a teenager who was one of four boys acquitted of raping a developmentally disabled Cheyenne girl.
When the Tribal Council president is found dead on county land, it's clear to Walt that the body was moved from the original crime scene. But why?