Lonesome Dove: The Outlaw Years (Series) (1995-1996)

Lonesome Dove: The Outlaw Years
Lonesome Dove: The Outlaw Years begins two years after the end of the Lonesome Dove series. After two years spent bounty hunting, womanizing, and drinking away the painful memories of his late wife, Hannah, Newt Call returns to town to find many things have changed. His brother-in-law, Austin, is now an alcoholic sheriff, who has never fully recovered from his beloved sister's death, and blames Call for it. His father-in-law, Josiah, is the town mayor, but hasn't been right in the head since Hannah died. The town is run under the iron fist of Clayton Mosby, who also cannot forget Hannah, who looked amazingly like his late wife, Mary. "The Lonesome Dove", the hotel opened in the mini-series by Ida Grayson, now belongs to Amanda Carpenter, a woman with a mysterious past, who is as determined to become involved with Call as he is to become involved with the new gunsmith in town, a mysterious blonde woman named Mattie Shaw.

Cast:
Scott Bairstow .... Newt Call
Eric McCormack .... Clay Mosby
Kelly Rowan .... Mattie Shaw
Paul Johansson .... Austin Peale
Tracy Scoggins .... Amanda Carpenter (1995-1996)
Paul Le Mat .... Josiah Peale (13 episodes)
Frank C. Turner .... Unbob Finch (11 episodes)
John Dodds .... (6 episodes)
Bret Hart .... Luther Root (4 episodes)
Esther Purves-Smith .... Della (3 episodes)


Original Broadcaster(s): CTV

Related Shows:
Lonesome Dove: The Series (1994-1995)
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Excellent series! I am inquiring as to Mattie, and whether she lived or died in the show where she and the owner of the Tavern were kidnapped.
Does anyone know? This Series was way tooooo short, and I would have liked to have seen more shows of Lonesome Dove, The Outlaw Years.
Its amazing the impact Hannah had on her family, and friends. Her death is what made this show. JMO.

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