Last sea­son of ‘Long­mire’ to start Nov. 17

Trailer is out for pop­u­lar se­ries filmed in N.M.; episodes to stream on Net­flix


The ride is al­most over. Net­flix re­leased the trailer for the fi­nal sea­son of “Long­mire” on Wed­nes­day. It will stream on Nov. 17 and will con­sist of 10 episodes. All the pre­vi­ous sea­sons are avail­able for stream­ing on the ser­vice.

Net­flix has been the home of the se­ries, which is filmed in New Mex­ico, since 2015. The first three sea­sons aired on A&E be­fore the se­ries was can­celed, and fans put to­gether one of the big­gest “save the show” cam­paigns ever.

The se­ries is based on the Walt Long­mire mys­tery nov­els by best­selling au­thor Craig John­son. The con­tem­po­rary Western drama fol­lows the un­flap­pable Sher­iff Walt Long­mire, played by Robert Tay­lor, who un­rav­els the dark, mys­te­ri­ous se­crets of Ab­saroka County, Wyo.

In the trailer for the sea­son, view­ers find Long­mire deal­ing with the dis­ap­pear­ance of his life­long friend and confidant, Henry Stand­ing Bear, played by Lou Di­a­mond Phillips.

Stand­ing Bear has been kid­napped by ex-Cheyenne

reser­va­tion Po­lice Chief Malachi Strand, played by Gra­ham Greene.

Ac­cord­ing to the New Mex­ico Film Of­fice, the pro­duc­tion em­ployed about 200 New Mex­ico crew mem­bers, 50 New Mex­ico prin­ci­pal ac­tors and 1,000 New Mex­ico back­ground tal­ent work­ers.

The se­ries wrapped in June. It filmed in Santa Fe, Las Ve­gas, Valles Caldera, Pe­cos, Glo­ri­eta and other lo­ca­tions in north­ern New Mex­ico.

The tele­vi­sion se­ries is di­rected by T.J. Scott and pro­duced by Hunt Bald­win, John Coveny, Greer Shep­hard and Michael M. Robin.

It also stars Ka­tee Sack­hoff, Cas­sidy Free­man, Adam Bart­ley and A. Martinez.


Robert Tay­lor in a scene from the fi­nal sea­son of “Long­mire.” The New Mex­ico-filmed se­ries will be­gin stream­ing on Nov. 17.

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