Dark Winds is a crime drama series set in the Navajo Nation. The show follows Joe Leaphorn (Zahn McClarnon), a veteran Navajo Tribal Police officer, and Jim Chee (Kiowa Gordon), a young police officer who is eager to learn from Leaphorn.
In the upcoming sixth episode of Season 2, titled “Hózhó náhásdlii (Beauty Is Restored)”, Leaphorn and Chee uncover connecting evidence in their cases, but Leaphorn realizes that achieving justice won’t be straightforward. Meanwhile, Manuelito (Jessica Matten) prepares for a significant life change.
Dark Winds Season 2 Episode 6 Overview
AMC found an unexpected success with Season 1 of Dark Winds. Amidst a lineup featuring shows like Better Call Saul and The Walking Dead, Dark Winds emerged as a surprise hit.
The show deeply resonated with audiences, especially the Native American community, who appreciated its meaningful and respectful representation. Zahn McClarnon and Kiowa Gordon reprise their roles in Season 2 as the main characters from the book series of the same name.
Continuing the momentum from the previous season, Season 2 follows Joe Leaphorn as he confronts Colton Wolf in a final showdown. Zach McClarnon delivers a strong performance in Season 2, and Jessica Matten stands out as Bernadette.
Here’s a comprehensive guide to Dark Winds Season 2 Episode 6, including its release date and where to watch it.
Where to Watch Dark Winds
Dark Winds will be available for streaming worldwide on AMC+ and will also be broadcast on AMC. Following the usual pattern, episodes will premiere on the streaming platform two days ahead of their airing on the cable network. For those without access to AMC in their region, paid services like Philo TV, Direct TV Stream, and Sling TV offer the option to stream Dark Winds on the same day.
Release Date of Dark Winds Season 2 Episode 6
Episode 6 of Dark Winds Season 2 is set to release on AMC+ before its cable broadcast. The show adheres to a dual release schedule, with episodes launching on both Thursday and Sunday. Therefore, episode 6 will premiere on AMC+ on Thursday, August 31. Subsequently, the episode will air on the cable network on Sunday, September 2, at 9 p.m. ET/PT on AMC.
The episode is titled “Hózhó náhásdlii (Beauty Is Restored)“. The plot summary reveals: “Leaphorn and Chee uncover connecting evidence in their cases, but Leaphorn realizes that achieving justice won’t be straightforward. Meanwhile, Manuelito prepares for a significant life change.”
Number of Episodes in Dark Winds Season 2
Season 2 of Dark Winds consists of a total of 6 episodes, maintaining the same count as the previous season. Therefore, episode 6 serves as the conclusion to this new season of Dark Winds.
Recap of Episode 5
Episode 5 of Dark Winds centered on Leaphorn’s dual objectives: identifying Colton’s employer and uncovering details about the Drumco well explosion. Sherrif Sena grants him six hours to find answers before facing federal imprisonment.
Meanwhile, Bern contemplates her pending application while struggling to decide her next steps. Elsewhere, Chee monitors Rosemary and traces her to a People of Darkness gathering led by BJ Vines.
The episode also delves into Colton’s past, revealing the brutal murder of his entire family. Colton’s mother, Linda, kills Janey and Colton’s father, hinting at a mental disorder. Colton is shown to have taken the gun and killed his mother.
Emma’s increasing distress over Joe Jr.’s death affects her usual demeanor. She begins to acknowledge Mary’s contributions to the group and its positive impact.
The episode concludes with Colton’s escape from a prisoner transport, prompting Leaphorn to once again pursue his son’s killer and ensure justice.
For an in-depth review and recap of episode 5, you can find more details HERE.
Dark Winds Season 2 Trailer
Certainly! Below, you can watch the trailer for Dark Winds Season 2.
The sixth episode of Dark Winds Season 2 is set to be a thrilling and suspenseful conclusion to the season. With Leaphorn and Chee closing in on Colton Wolf, the stakes are higher than ever. Will they be able to bring him to justice? And what will be the fallout for the Navajo Nation?