Some "spooky" things are brewing on Netflix's Longmire this season.
Director T.J. Scott teased on Twitter Thursday that he'd spent the day out scouting with his director of photography for a location to be used in an upcoming episode. Scott emphasized that the sequence they'd be shooting would required a "spooky" tree. He even shared a photo of a contender.
— TJ Scott (@TJScottPictures) March 26, 2015
It is uncertain exactly what significance the tree will have this season, but the fact that it needed to be unsettling suggests some dark subject material ahead. Perhaps it has something to do with the showdown that is expected to take place at Walt's cabin this season.
Scott returned on Twitter on Friday to discuss a new scene with some of the show's star's, including Robert Taylor (Walt) and Lou Diamond Phillips (Henry).
Production began on Monday in Santa Fe, New Mexico and will continue for the next few months before moving on to film in Nevada during the summer.
Longmire will return for a fourth season on Netflix sometime this fall.