Netflix's Longmire: Season 5 — Trailer

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added: Fri, Sep 2nd '16

The much-loved Western detective series "Longmire" is set to return this month with its new fifth season, and Netflix has just released a trailer.

Continuing the hard-boiled adventures of grizzled Wyoming sheriff Walt Longmire (played by Australian character actor Robert Taylor), the Hunt Baldwin and John Coveny-created drama is an adaptation of the best-selling book series by crime/mystery novelist Craig Johnson.

The new season will also see the return of Battlestar Galactica's Katee Sackhoff as Longmire's loyal deputy, Victoria 'Vic' Moretti, and La Bamba's Lou Diamond Phillips as Longmire's closest confidant and local tavern owner, Henry Standing Bear.

A Martinez, Adam Bartley, and Cassidy Freeman also star in the once-canceled series, which originally aired on A&E for three seasons before Netflix picked it up and renew it for two more 10-episode arcs. No word yet, if a sixth season is in the works.

"Longmire: Season 5" will premiere on Friday, September 23 on Netflix. In the meantime, you can currently stream season 1 through 4.

synopsis:
Season 5 of Longmire picks up after the dramatic cliffhanger of season 4, where Walt Longmire (series star Robert Taylor) and his girlfriend Dr. Donna Sue Monaghan (Ally Walker) are shot by an armed intruder in Walt’s house. Laying in a hospital bed attempting to make sense of the attack, their fate and relationship both seem uncertain. However, one thing is clear: Walt Longmire is being hunted. Meanwhile, Cady (Cassidy Freeman) is forced to come to terms with her deal with Jacob Nighthorse (A. Martinez), the ultimate betrayal for her father. Vic (Katee Sackoff) determines a new level of independence for herself and Ferg (Adam Bartley) begins a new relationship where deception lurks beneath the surface. Season 5 finds Henry (Lou Diamond Phillips) at the crosshairs of two warring parties and his allegiance to one could have deadly consequences.

 

starring   Robert Taylor, Katee Sackhoff, Lou Diamond Phillips, A Martinez, Adam Bartley, Cassidy Freeman

release date   September 23, 2016 (on Netflix)

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