Dark Winds 1.04 Hooghandi Screencaps
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Dark Winds 1.04 Hooghandi Screencaps

Screencaps from 1.04 Hooghandi are up!

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Because the show has been renewed for season 2, I did some behind-the-scene rearranging in the gallery, and noticed three screencaps from 1.01 Monster Slayer that Coppermine hadn’t added to the gallery in the earlier run. They are now:

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Dark Winds Photos
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Dark Winds Photos

Added Dark Winds photos to the gallery – episode stills from 1.04 Hooghandi and some promotional pics :mrgreen:

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Zahn McClarnon: ‘Dark Winds’ is chance for Native Americans to tell their own stories
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Zahn McClarnon: ‘Dark Winds’ is chance for Native Americans to tell their own stories

upi.com posted an article about Dark Winds:

NEW YORK, June 19 (UPI) — Longmire and Westworld icon Zahn McClarnon says he wanted to star in Dark Winds, AMC’s adaptation of Tony Hillerman’s beloved Leaphorn & Chee book series, because it would be the rare TV show with a mostly Native American cast and writing team.

“It is the chance to have some more visibility for our community, a chance for us to tell our own stories,” McClarnon told reporters in a recent virtual roundtable interview. “Those things are important to me.”

Airing Sundays, the show takes place in 1971 on a remote outpost of the Navajo Nation near Monument Valley in the southwestern region of the United States.

McClarnon plays Lieutenant Joe Leaphorn of the Tribal Police who is investigating the mysterious deaths of an elderly, ailing Native American man seeking help from a blind healer and her granddaughter in a reservation motel. Assisting Leaphorn on the case are his decades-younger deputies Jim Chee (Kiowa Gordon) and Bernadette Manuelito (Jessica Matten).

For years, McClarnon’s face has been a familiar one on television, but Dark Winds marks his first outing as a series lead and producer.

“It’s a different hat to wear,” McClarnon acknowledged. “I very much enjoyed the process. It certainly adds a little bit more on your shoulders, a little bit more responsibility. I enjoyed, mainly, the casting part, helping with the casting.”

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