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How the West is won today
Netflix has more than enough crime shows to satisfy your love of watching cops chase after the bad guys, but what are the best the streaming service has to offer?
Longmire is still popular with fans and the author who created the eponymous character has a theory on why!
The major movie season is about to get into full swing, but we'd be remiss if we didn't mention all of the cool stuff heading to Blu-ray, DVD and Digital in November.
The sixth and final season of Longmire will premiere on Netflix next week. Actress Katee Sackhoff spoke with CinemaBlend about what the final season means for the characters.
The sixth and final season of Longmire was announced nearly a year ago. Now, Netflix has released an awesome new trailer and premiere date for the next batch of episodes.
If you've been keeping tabs on Netflix's rise in the original programming game, you may have noticed that Netflix features a wide variety of types of programming, and we're not just talking scripted vs. unscripted or comedy vs. drama.
It's becoming more and more common for networks to cancel shows but to do it in a way that is less shocking than in previous years on TV. The best way to accomplish this is to cancel a series and then give it one more season to finish out the story.
Longmire has been a series that has far exceeded most people's expectations, kicking off on A&E to strong viewership before getting unexpectedly cancelled and then resurrected.
Netflix has rapidly been increasing its original programming over the last couple of years. At no point has that original programming growth slowed, and it looks as if the rapid creation of new TV shows will not be slowing down anytime soon.
Longmire fans can breathe a sigh of relief, the show has gotten yet another season on Netflix. Now we've got even more time to watch sheriff Walt Longmire solve crimes and take lots of prisoners in big sky country.
We’ve seen some pretty flashy footage from the Netflix drama so far, but today the subscription streaming service released the full trailer for Season 4. It’s pretty intense. Give it a watch.
Remember when Longmire was unexpected cancelled and its niche but passionate fans were convinced they’d never see any new episodes? Well, the show was miraculously picked up by Netflix, and thanks to the first official trailer teaser, it now finally feels real.
An overwhelming majority of the shows canceled every season aren’t big surprises. They’re either obvious chopping block victims or at least solidly on the bubble enough that there’s more disappointment than shock. There are always one or two every year, however, that just come out of nowhere and piss fans off something fierce.
The show confirms what many of us already guessed, that A&E is cutting its scripted content, like the recently canceled Longmire, and replacing it with more reality programming.
It has been two months since A&E announced the surprise cancellation of its hit summer series Longmire. Since then, fans have advocated for the series to be picked up elsewhere, and the show even put together a pitch to try to find a home elsewhere. Now, it seems like all of the Longmire-related efforts might be paying off.
All hope is not lost for Longmire fans. It’s been nearly two weeks since A&E canceled its star performer. In the time since, there has been a clamor for Warner Bros. Television to find a home for its hit series. Luckily, the company seems to be taking the pleas of fans seriously, and is prepping to pitch the drama to both digital and cable outlets over the next few days.
Boasting almost five million viewers an episode and a pretty rabid fanbase, it was widely assumed Longmire would be auto-stamped for approval by A&E to film another season, but shockingly, the network decided to go in a different direction. Last night, the adaptation of Craig Johnson’s mystery novels was up and cancelled with little more than a short, overly professional statement.
The Summer TV season is upon us. With new shows like Extant, Rush and Tyrant -- among others -- joining the lineup, and returning series like True Blood, Doctor Who, Under the Dome, Defiance and Graceland lined up, TV has plenty to offer us this summer.
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