Sunday, May 5, 2013

Longmire - A&E TV: Season 1 Schedule Week May 13 '13

Source: A&E TV schedulebot

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[NOTE: Updated May 13, 2013]

Longmire cast includes Robert Taylor, Battlestar Galactica's Katee Sackhoff, Stargate Universe's Lou Diamond Phillips, Bailey Chase, Cassidy Freeman, Adam Bartley and Louanne Stephens.

Longmire season two premieres Memorial Day, Monday, May 27, 2013 at 10/9C on A&E TV.

May 13 8:00AM Pilot

Sheriff Walt Longmire (Robert Taylor) runs for re-election against a young deputy (Bailey Chase) in the opener of this series, which follows a Wyoming lawman who struggles to cope with his wife's death as he attempts to move on with his life and career.

Guest stars include John Bishop, Louis Herthum, Karina Logue, Zahn McClarnon, Reynaldo Gallegos, Irene Bedard, Nathaniel Arcand, Austin Hébert, Arron Shiver, Paul McLean and Rio Alexander.

May 13 9:00AM A Damn Shame

Longmire (Robert Taylor) suspects foul play when a barn burns to the ground, killing the owner and his beloved horses.

Guest stars include Terry Dale Parks, Louanne Stephens, Megan Follows, A Martinez, C. Thomas Howell, Jamie McShane, Seth Adkins, Ryan Begay, Milton Chee and Vic Browder.

May 13 10:00 AM The Dark Road

When an exotic dancer shows up dead on Longmire's territory, Longmire (Robert Taylor) and his team quickly recognize that the victim is from out of town. As the investigation continues, it becomes evident that her Amish-like roots play a major role in the murder. Meanwhile, Cady (Cassidy Freeman) develops an unexpected relationship that could stir up controversy in their small town.

Guest stars include Brian R. Norris, Timothy V. Murphy, Rebecca Wisocky, Maury Sterling, James Landry Hébert, Lauren Benz Phillips, Bree Bond and Brenden Wedner.

May 14 10:00 AM The Cancer

When a lone fisherman, hooks the bodies of two murdered men, including a teen from the Cheyenne Reservation, Longmire (Robert Taylor) is once again reminded that his beloved West isn't the way it used to be. This investigation takes the Sheriff's department into a world where the Mexican drug cartel is local, marijuana is grown, and everyone wants a piece of the pie. It's Longmire's responsibility to put the pieces of this puzzle together, and he turns to Henry Standing Bear (Lou Diamond Phillips) for help.

Guest stars include Zahn McClarnon, Diego Klattenhoff, Bob Clendenin, Roberto Alcaraz, Lobo Sebastian, Katherine LaNasa and Jesse Romero.

May 15 10:00 AM Dog Soldier

After a Cheyenne foster child goes missing, Walt (Robert Taylor) and the team investigate the boy's birth family on the Rez. The stakes are raised when two more Cheyenne foster boys disappear and an unregistered sex offender is reported missing. The children in the group home insist that the boys were taken by a "dog soldier," a legendary Cheyenne warrior who can change shape from man to dog. Walt knows that the kidnapper was not a spirit, but a man who he must find before the unthinkable happens.

Guest stars include A Martinez, Rebecca Tilney, Jeffrey De Serrano, Nancy Linehan Charles, Jason Matthew Smith, Colby French, Noah Harpster, Lora Martinez-Cunningham, Gage Michael Petrone, David Vigil, Stran Thompson, Claire Mackenzie Carter and Herman Quaye Agoyo.

May 16 10:00 AM The Worst Kind of Hunter

A body is found in the woods mauled by a bear and Walt (Robert Taylor) suspects that the bear was baited to attack. He and the team must track down both the bear and the person who used it as a murder weapon. When they discover that the victim was a murderer released early from prison due to overcrowding, it leads to a long list of suspects. Meanwhile, Walt must deal with Branch's (Bailey Chase) uncle Lucian (Peter Weller), a former sheriff who is brought into custody after firing a shotgun in his retirement home and who can't resist inserting himself into the investigation.

Guest stars include Peter Weller, Louis Herthum, Graham Beckel, Cristine Rose, Scott Paulin, Wade Williams, Dean Chekvala, Debrianna Mansini and Jackamoe Buzzell.

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