In the third season finale, Walt seeks closure for both his wife's murder and Henry's case. And although Branch is suspended, he continues to look into Jacob Nighthorse (recurring guest star A Martinez).
Although he has serious concerns about Branch's behavior, Walt makes a key discovery in the David Ridges case. And while Henry faces a major setback in his trial, Vic makes an important decision about her future.
The investigation into a farmer's apparent murder is complicated by his life insurance policy. While Branch and Cady travel to Denver to search for a lead that might help Henry's case, Vic is given an ultimatum by Sean.
Vic's vacation weekend goes awry when an accident leads to her and her husband Sean (recurring guest star MICHAEL MOSLEY) getting kidnapped. In order to rescue them, Walt forges an unlikely alliance.
When a man missing for 30 years shows up dead, Walt must deal with the media frenzy and determine if he really is the long-lost heir to a silver-mining fortune. Henry, meanwhile, is tired of relying on others and makes a risky decision.
Walt teams up with Lucian Connally (recurring guest star PETER WELLER) to narrow the field of suspects in the aftermath of his wife's murder. And while the team tries to track down a witness who could help Henry's case, Branch's behavior causes trouble.
After a wilderness leadership trip takes a dark turn, Walt and the team must track down a killer and missing teenaged campers. Branch, meanwhile, continues his unsanctioned pursuit of his shooter.
Walt juggles an ongoing murder investigation and his duties as a fill-in judge for the Miss Cheyenne pageant. Meanwhile, Cady looks to an old friend for help with Henry's case.
A murdered Russian adoptee leads Walt and the team to a shady underworld. Henry faces trouble in jail, while Cady struggles to find him an adequate lawyer.
In the third season premiere episode, Walt deals with the aftermath of Henry's arrest and Branch's shooting. The search for the shooter, however, is complicated by Branch's insistence that it was someone known to be dead.
This Season Pass includes all current episodes and will include future episodes after broadcast date as they become available. Wyoming Sheriff Walt Longmire is back in the saddle for a third thrilling season. After winning his heated re- election as Absaroka County sheriff vs. his ambitious deputy Branch Connally, Walt now faces a stampede of problems both personal and professional. Last season, Walt and his deputies each braved a storm and did it nobly. But for every storm, there is an aftermath.
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.
"In this scene from the episode Carcasses, Longmire and Vic question the victim's neighbors, former soldiers, who are hiding something. Watch More: http://www.aetv.com/longmire/
In this scene from the episode The White Warrior, Longmire is determined to talk to Henry before he's taken to jail, even if it means having a gun pointed at him.
In this scene from the episode Population 25, Vic is distraught when she thinks that Chance has murdered Walt.
In this scene from the episode Tuscan Red, Henry forces Walt to finally admit that he wants to win the election.
In this scene from the episode In the Pines, Henry accepts a ride back into town from Branch after testing the limits of his ankle bracelet.
Adam Bartley shares how the Ferg has come into his own in season 2.
The cast share their thoughts on what would have happened if Branch had won the election.
In this scene from the episode Miss Cheyenne, Cady puts a special witness on the stand to testify on Henry's behalf.
In this scene from the episode Tell it Slant, Vic and Branch go through the belongings of a murdered psychic looking for evidence. Watch More: http://www.aetv.com/longmire/
Longmire struggles to get a company representative to help him.
The cast ponders what could have caused Vic to flee Philadelphia. Watch More: http://www.aetv.com/longmire/
Longmire confronts Branch about his relationship with Longmire s daughter.
Emmy Award nominated Hoarders (Season 6) on A&E continues to follow extreme hoarders, whose mental disorder creates an obsessive need to collect things, even if the items are worthless.
In this scene from the episode Tuscan Red, Vic is confounded when she finally gets to meet Doc Bloomfield.
"In this scene from the episode Carcasses, Longmire and the deputies question prostitutes to find out the identity of a murder victim. Watch More: http://www.aetv.com/longmire/
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