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Evo jedne serije koja mi ulepsava leto. Glavni lik je serif Valt Longmajer iz nekog malog okruga u Vajomingu. Po epizodama on reseva slucajeve ubijstva (neobicno je da ih ima toliko u Vajomingskome selu Wink ), a kroz seriju je predstavljena nejgova unutrasnja borba, zelja da osvetu ubijstvo svoje supruge, reizbor za serifa i jednostavno predstavljen njegov lik. Serija je radjena po romanima, sto je po meni vec preporuka sama za sebe.
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Dopuna: 27 Sep 2014 0:03

Serija je otkazana posle trece sezone.

Ispravka. Desilo se cudo i Netfliks je preuzeo seriju i narucio 4. sezonu.



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CheefCoach ::neobicno je da ih ima toliko u Vajomingskome selu Wink

Ti izgleda nisi gledao "Ubistva u Midsameru". Mr. Green



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bocke ::CheefCoach ::neobicno je da ih ima toliko u Vajomingskome selu Wink

Ti izgleda nisi gledao "Ubistva u Midsameru". Mr. Green


Jesam. Midsomer ipak deluje veci. I cini se da je veci razmak izmedju ubistva. Ali najgori su u Death in Paradise gde su na malom ostrovu (velicine 1/10 Guadelupe).

Dopuna: 15 Sep 2015 14:46

Pre nekoliko dana je objavljena 4. sezona. Isti je biznis model kao i Hause of Cards.

Dopuna: 04 Okt 2015 3:54

Neki clanak koji govori o broju ubijstava.

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Citat:The Body Count: Is Longmire’s Absaroka County the Most Murder-Plagued Place on TV?

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AUGUST 27, 2013
by BEN LINDBERGH
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[Editor’s note: This post contains some pretty graphic and violent GIFs. But you might have guessed that from “Murder-Plagued” being in the headline.]

“What the hell is happening to my county?” —Walt Longmire

TV procedurals, as Andy Greenwald observed last month, “have long had body counts comparable to a land war in Asia.” Those body counts are what bring us together today. In short, they’re begging to be quantified. Each of us has a certain level of tolerance for implausible plotting, but there’s no sure way to know whether a show will strain our suspension of disbelief to the breaking point until we watch it. There has to be a better way.

The logical first step is to drill down and draw an additional distinction between procedurals with semi-plausible carnage and those in which it’s not clear where the mountain of corpses comes from. As implausible as the detective work on your favorite edition of CSI: Major Metropolitan Area might be, the steady stream of stiffs, at least, makes some sense in an urban environment. It’s when the procedural migrates to a more peaceful setting but keeps the same crime rate that the formula’s seams start to show.

In his piece, Andy invoked the murder rate in Cabot Cove, the outwardly sleepy setting of Murder, She Wrote, which BBC research revealed to be among the most dangerous (fictional) places on the planet. But that series has been off the air for almost two decades, so it’s high time we named a successor. Which of today’s procedurals boasts the most unrealistic rate of violent crime relative to what its setting would suggest?

Here’s a candidate for Best in Body Count: Longmire, one of A&E’s most popular scripted shows (you know, the kind that’s not Duck Dynasty). Longmire’s second season wrapped last night, so we can close the encyclopedia-size case file on the series so far. If you scroll down, you’ll see all the spoilers. But let’s level with each other: You probably weren’t planning to watch every episode (or any episodes) of Longmire anyway. So these spoilers are, in a sense, a service.

SETTING: ABSAROKA COUNTY, WYOMING

The Absaroka we see on the screen — full of sweeping vistas, scenic sunsets, and strip clubs — isn’t real. And if it were, it wouldn’t be in Wyoming. Longmire is filmed in New Mexico, which — aside from the bodies, the protagonist’s name, a cameo by Ted Beneke, and the Mexican drug cartel connections — is all it has in common with Breaking Bad. But the origins of the idea of Absaroka are known to lie in Ucross, Wyoming, population 25, the home territory of Craig Johnson, author of the Walt Longmire mystery series. Ucross is in Sheridan County, in northern Wyoming; as one character says to Walt in the pilot, “That’s practically Montana.”

Sheridan County is considerably larger in surface area than Rhode Island, but it has only about 30,000 residents. According to the annual reports on crime in Wyoming available at the state’s Division of Criminal Investigation website — which make for riveting reading — there were five murders in Sheridan County from 1999 to 2012. Not five per year; five total, or an average of 0.36 per year. So let’s recap what we know about what Absaroka’s murder rate should look like:

Wyoming is the least-populous state in the union.
Wyoming has one of the lowest violent crime rates per capita.
Sheridan County (again, the model for Absaroka) has a low violent crime rate even by Wyoming standards. If your top criterion in picking a place to live is not getting murdered, it’s a pretty good place to go.
“Been doin’ this as long as I have,” Walt says early on. “It gets so you know just about every face in Absaroka County.” What he doesn’t suspect is that many of those faces belong to murderers.

THE LAW

Walt Longmire, sheriff (Robert Taylor): Averse to even the simplest forms of technology and more rugged than the Marlboro Man, Longmire has a clear moral compass when it comes to police work but has spent most of his time smoldering with generic rage and dousing his inner demons with Rainier Beer since his wife was murdered (what else?) prior to the events of the pilot. Enjoys standing in doorways The Searchers–style.

Vic Moretti, deputy (Katee Sackhoff): Better known to all but the most hard-core Longmire fans as “Starbuck from Battlestar,” Moretti was a homicide detective in Philadelphia who made a misguided move to carve out a quieter life in rural Wyoming (note: might be redundant). “Because Wyoming is so small, crime is different,” Sackhoff said in an interview earlier this year. Yes, different. As in way, way worse.

Branch Connelly, deputy (Bailey Chase): In the span of two seasons, has slept with Walt’s daughter, opposed him in a campaign for sheriff, and flat-out fought him, physically. It’s really hard to get fired from this force.

The Ferg, deputy (Adam Bartley): Round, rock-collecting deputy kicks ass, takes names, and fails physicals.

“I remember when I could count the number of murders in this county on one hand. Two at most. Now I got a multibillion-dollar drug cartel right in my backyard.” —Walt Longmire

THE BODY COUNT

Body Count Killed Killed By Weapon Ep #
1

Father of prostitute

Senior member of prostitution ring

Sniper rifle

1.1

2

Member of prostitution ring

Senior member of prostitution ring

Sniper rifle

1.1

3*

Mennonite girl on Rumspringa

Her brother

Rock

1.2

4

Former Mob member

Mob hit man

Gun

1.3

5

Local Cheyenne kid

Member of Mexican drug cartel

Gun

1.4

6

Member of Mexican drug cartel

Park ranger

Gun

1.4

7*

Mexican cartel hit man

Sheriff

Gun

1.4

8

Child services agency manager

His boss

Car

1.5

9

Recently released ex-con

Former prison warden

Bear

1.6

10

Gas station proprietor

Crazy cultist

Unknown

1.8

11

President of Cheyenne council

Cheyenne tribe member

Gun

1.9

12

Acquitted teen rapist 1

Acquitted teen rapist 3

Arrow

1.10

13

Acquitted teen rapist 2

Acquitted teen rapist 3

Arrow

1.10

14

Cook

Escaped serial killer

Unknown

2.1

15

FBI agent 1

Escaped serial killer

Unknown

2.1

16

FBI agent 2

Escaped serial killer

Unknown

2.1

17

Firefighter 1

Escaped serial killer

Unknown

2.1

18

Firefighter 2

Escaped serial killer

Unknown

2.1

19

Escaped convict 1

Escaped serial killer

Gun

2.1

20

Escaped convict 2

Escaped serial killer

Unknown

2.1

21*

Escaped serial killer

Sheriff

Cold

2.1

22

Rapist

Rapist’s son

Gun

2.2

23

Shepherd

Shepherd’s sister-in-law

Hemlock

2.3

24

Cattle rustler

Livestock bureau detective

Hanged

2.4

25*

Livestock bureau detective

Suicide

Car

2.4

26*

Teenage girl

Boyfriend’s mother

Gun

2.5

27

Cheyenne psychic

Her brother

Strangling

2.6

28

Man in train car

Drifter

Gun

2.7

29

Migrant farm foreman

Disgruntled farm employee

Gun/horse

2.8

30

Cheyenne who married outside tribe

Resentful neighbors

Alcohol

2.9

31

Game warden

Taxidermist caught poaching

Knife

2.11

32

Prison inmate

Former partner

Knife

2.12

*Not a murder

Count ’em: 32 confirmed deaths and 27 confirmed murders in 22 episodes. That’s excluding the few stabbings and shootings whose outcomes weren’t clear. It’s also not double-counting corpses that were killed twice.



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It’s not clear exactly how much time has elapsed between the pilot and the Season 2 finale, but a campaign for county sheriff spans almost the entire story arc. The weather goes from warm to wintry to warm again, so let’s call it a year (and that’s probably generous). There were 21 murders in all of Wyoming last year. Twenty-seven in Absaroka alone would be about 75 times the expected rate.

One more stat: Using the estimated population of Sheridan County in 2012 (30,176), 27 murders in Absaroka translates to 0.89 per 1,000 residents. The murder rate in the most murder-prone city in the country last year — Flint, Michigan — was 0.65 per 1,000, only 73 percent as high. On second thought, you might want to wait to move to Absaroka, at least until the residents realize they’re living in a postapocalyptic corner of society and real estate prices come down accordingly.

FIRST BLOOD

Given what we know about crime rates in Sheridan/Absaroka, murders in Longmire should be the kind of once-in-a-season, slow-motion, dramatic-music events reserved for finales.

What actually happens: Longmire’s first murder occurs 28 seconds into the pilot, when the victim discovers that sheep provide inadequate cover from snipers.



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“I’ve seen this sort of thing before. The victim lost his bearings and suffocated after attempting to form snow angels upside down.”

MOST CREATIVE KILLING

There are bears in Wyoming, and for the right price they’re willing to do your dirty work for you. That price: a few pieces of flank steak draped over a tranquilized target. Results guaranteed to make the Ferg lose his lunch.

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MOST CONCENTRATED KILLING

The Season 2 premiere features eight deaths, seven of them murders. Wayne Durrell, a serial killer being transferred between prisons, stages an escape at a roadside diner and, over the course of the episode, punches his serial killer card two or three times over by offing two FBI agents, a pair of firefighters, a cook, and one of his fellow convicts. Another con is killed while fleeing. Wayne finally meets his maker after Walt hits him in the head with a borrowed cell phone, though it’s ultimately the cold that kills him.

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MOST SURPRISING REVEAL

Catch of the day: a murdered member of a Mexican drug cartel.

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MOST FAR-FETCHED ACCIDENTAL DEATH

Tag, you’re dead:

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“This is Wyoming. Everybody hears gunshots.” —Branch Connelly

HOW IT CAN ALL MAKE SENSE, IF YOU WANT IT TO

We know why there are really so many murders in Longmire: because the crimes that would occur in a more realistic version of Absaroka County would be boring (although there might be something to that cartel connection). But if you want an explanation that’s consistent within the universe of the show, consider the inadequacy of the department tasked with protecting the county from cultists, cartels, and serial killers (not to mention members of organized crime).

Walt — as the script for every other episode takes great pains to point out — does not own a cell phone, so he’s hard to contact unless he happens to be with someone who does. The department is understaffed, with only four officers (that we know of) available to cover an enormous area. And the only computer in the office is operated by Matt Saracen’s grandmother.



(Who keeps a typewriter around, just in case.)



All of which is to say: If I had to attempt a murder, I’d want to attempt it in Absaroka County. It’s not surprising that every other criminal in the Northern Hemisphere has come to the same conclusion.

In his article on TV violence, Greenwald drew a distinction between the new wave of bleak, ultra-gory dramas — part torture (film-za-odrasle)-, part Paxil ad — taking over networks near you and the more antiseptic forms of murder we’ve become accustomed to on classical cop shows. Bear-on-bone action aside, Longmire belongs to the latter group, but the difference lies in how long it lingers on its killings, not in how often they happen. Considering its setting, Longmire leads the league in next of kin notified.

“All men are capable of killing under the right circumstances,” Walt’s civilian sidekick, Henry Standing Bear (Lou Diamond Phillips), says early in the series. One thing you can count on: On Longmire, the right circumstances will arise almost every time you tune in.

Not convinced that Absaroka County is the rightful successor to Cabot Cove? Suggest another candidate for the Body Count treatment in the comments below.

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