A&E cancels Longmire


ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – The hit show Longmire filmed in New Mexico has been cancelled after just three seasons.

In a surprising move, the A&E network has opted not to renew the series for a fourth season.

But there could still be hope for Longmire fans. There is word that Warner Horizon, the studio behind the show, will be shopping it to other outlets.

So there’s a possibly a fourth season could still happen.

Longmire starring Robert Taylor and Lou Diamond Phillips follows the life of a Wyoming County Sheriff who returned to work after his wife’s death.

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