Longmire is an American crime drama TV series developed by John Coveny for A&E network. Longmire is an interesting program driven by the characters. With some unique situations and breathtaking scenery, this series deserves a long run. Let’s give time to this show to develop. Relations between the daughter of Longmires and the deputy set the stage for a possible three-way rocky rivalry. Lou Diamond Phillips, as the owner of the part-time bar, does some of the best performances he’s done in years. The cast of support is credible and the guest roles have been filled with credited and sometimes quirky characters that give a different sense of style to each episode. AMC has served several excellent series and this may just be one of the best yet.
Crime, drama, good and bad, characters and great actors make a good story in Longmire. There is enough subtle humor to keep it interesting, and the action is moving fast, so it does not get boring. Conflict between the characters make it more real life. There is potential for the development of romance as the story unfolds. Some of the characters are recognizable from other great shows, which makes the show even more appealing. The characters show the true Western tough guy, a meaningless approach to dealing with wild west crime. The tough girl on the show makes it even better.