Longmire Season 6

Release Date, Episode Guide

Longmire season 6 started airing on Friday, November 17, 2017. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.

List of Episodes

S6E1 The Eagle and the Osprey

S6E2 Fever

S6E3 Thank You, Victoria

S6E4 A Thing I'll Never Understand

S6E5 Burned Up My Tears

S6E6 No Greater Character Endorsement

S6E7 Opiates and Antibiotics

S6E8 Cowboy Bill

S6E9 Running Eagle Challenge

most recent episode S6E10 Goodbye is Always Implied

How many episodes are in season 6 of Longmire?

The season consists of 10 episodes.


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'Longmire' author makes Vancouver connection - via Columbian

When “Longmire” author Johnson learned he had an invitation to speak in Vancouver, he immediately thought of Nordick. “If anybody is personally responsible for getting the show picked back up, she is,” he said during a telephone interview with The Columbian. “She was very instrumental.”

Northwest Passages Book Club: 'Longmire' author Craig Johnson brings a dose of cowboy humor to Spokane - via Spokesman

Longmire was inspired by Johnson’s own experiences and from individuals he consulted with in law enforcement. He wanted a sheriff, he said, that embodies the best qualities of police work: compassion, intelligence, determination and a keen sense of ethics.

Best-selling 'Longmire' author in Spokane - via Khq

OLYMPIA, Wash. - The Washington State Department of Health is investigating reports of five children who have been hospitalized after a sudden onset of paralysis of one or more limbs. The Department of Health is working with four public health agencies and experts in neurology from the CDC for confirmation of a rare illness known as acute flaccid myelitis (AFM). 

Reading the Northwest: Author Craig Johnson sends Sheriff Longmire to Mexico in new novel - via Spokesman

Johnson had to put away his camera phone, but his mission was accomplished: He gathered enough detail to convincingly describe the searing 110-degree heat facing Longmire as he treks on foot through the severe landscape of the Chihuahuan desert. Only when they returned to Juarez did the guide ask Johnson why he wanted to travel into the wilderness in the first place. Johnson explained that he was a writer researching his next book in a series about a Wyoming sheriff.

Author Craig Johnson Shares Wild Ride with Sheridan Longmire Fans - via Sheridanmedia

“In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer.” {Albert Camus} . . . This Craig Johnson pet sentiment invites readers into “Depth of Winter”, his newest New York Times best-seller in the “Longmire Mystery Series”.

Previously on Longmire: Walt gets more bad news from the mayor. Vic does a strange favor. As Walt learns what's behind the lawsuit, Henry and Cady each face tribal rituals.

Critics Reviews

    4. The lawsuit. The matter was a civil case but the script kept on saying the “prosecution” rather than the plaintiff. Prosecutions are brought by the state in criminal matters not by individuals. The court scenes were laughable and brought to mind Perry Mason sensibility. No half competent lawyer would ask the question of a witness “How can you prove that?” without already knowing the answer. Again, lazy writing and research. Glad to hear your thoughts on this, Skater Girl. I thought Cady’s <...> - by Old Ain't Dead - season 6 [Virginia DeBolt]

    Whoever cast this show should get some kind of award because if ever written characters were brought perfectly to life it is these. Of course it helped that most of us were not familiar with the talents of Robert Taylor so when he appeared as Walt Longmire he was Walt Longmire, and the rest of the cast fell into place behind him. In this final season everyone's story is dealt with in a complete way. At the start Walt is still on trial for events leading to Barlow Connally's death. Henry Standing Bear (Lou Diamond Phillips) has <...> - by Huffington Post [Jackie K. Cooper]

    A deliberately disorienting start makes it easier for the series to settle back into comfortable rhythms, which Longmire does rather quickly as the Cowboy Bill bank robbery turns out to be much more complicated than it first seems. With a less-than-truthful teller hiding the robber’s note, an overzealous true-crime blogger filming the entire thing, and an armed citizen taking the law into his own hands with disastrous results, ‘The Eagle and the Osprey’ feels a lot like a typical episode of Longmire soon enough. That <...> - by ScreenRant [Kevin Yeoman]


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2 years 13 days ago

Love watching the show. Hard time waiting for the next season! They keep you hanging on. Awesome show

Mary Gambill
Mary Gambill
1 year 5 months ago

Absolutely love Longmire.

1 year 2 months ago

love this show. Best one on Netflix. Hate to see it end.