Down by the River
In the wake of discovering a dead body in the river from a supposed suicide, Walt soon discovers evidence pointing to murder. Walt makes it his mission to bring Nighthorse to justice.
The investigation into Branch's death continues. Walt looks into a death at the old Japanese internment camp. Henry considers taking up where Hector left off.
Cady gets a new job offer while Vic worries Walt wants her to lie for him. Nighthorse continues his egotistical posturing and Barlow implodes with his own malice.
Walt moves on after a standoff with Barlow. A tourist is found dead in a luggage bag causing more tension between Walt and Nighthorse. Henry looks to help an abused mother and her son.
Walt suspects a chain robbery when a late veteran's husband is shot and a warehouse full of pharmaceuticals is robbed. The sheriff's department is scouting for new recruits.
The Calling Back
A young Cheyenne girl is raped on the reservation, creating problems between the wildcatters at the oil rig and the Cheyenne people. Vic is evicted from her home, forcing her to move in with Cady.
A highway robbery sets off an investigation after leaving one person dead and another barely alive. Henry begins taking steps in bringing justice to Gabriela's attackers.
When a former suspect in a rape case ends up dead in another county, Walt and Vic aren't convinced the death is an accident.
The shooting of Gab's remaining rapist has unintended consequences. Walt tries to figure out motives for the deaths and continues spending time with Dr Moynihan. Henry takes Gab to a medicine woman and Zack has a stalker.
What Happens on the Rez...
Henry gets Gab to safety but danger follows. Ferg misses Zack and Vic missteps with Eamon. Walt meets the medicine woman and progresses with Doc Mathias make an arrest in the "Hector Lives" campaign. Jacob makes a proposal to Cady.
"Unrushed" - Los Angeles Times
"Nicely crafted" - New York Daily News
"He walks slow, he talks slow, he acts fast" - New York Post
"...works its charm subtly, quietly" - Newsday
"...looks and feels quite different from the urban cop shows" - New York Times
"...a modern crime drama with dry with and sometimes heart-wrenching emotion that's also got a glorious setting under the big sky of Wyoming" - The Wall Street Journal
Edgar Allan Poe Award Nomination - Best Television Episode Teleplay (2013)
Hollywood Makeup Artist & Hair Stylist Guild Awards, Artisan Award Nomination - Best Special Makeup Effects - Television and New Media Series (2014)
Key Art Award Winner - Best Spot - Audio/Visual (2013)
Key Art Awards, 3rd Place - Best Trailer - Audio/Visual (2013)
Prism Award Nomination - Drama Series Episode - Substance Use (2014)
Red National Film Festival, Red Nation Film Award of Excellence Winner - Supporting Actor (A Martinez, 2013)
Western Heritage Awards, Bronze Wrangler Award Winner - Fictional Television Drama (2013)
Women's Image Network Award Nomination - Outstanding Actress Drama Series (Katee Sackhoff, 2013)