‘Longmire’ Canceled by A&E

‘Longmire’ Canceled by A&E

“Longmire” is no more. At least for now.

A&E has canceled the crime drama, which starred Robert Taylor as Wyoming sheriff Walt Longmire.

The series ran for three seasons.

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“We would like to thank the phenomenal cast, crew and producers of ‘Longmire,’ along with our partners at Warner Horizon, for their tireless work on three seasons of quality dramatic storytelling,” A&E said Thursday in a statement. “We are incredibly proud of what we have achieved together.”

The series had been a solid ratings performer but dipped in its latest season. The Season 3 premiere in June drew 3.86 million total viewers, compared to 4.31 million for the Season 2 premiere. The season finale in August also saw a season-to-season decline, drawing 3.68 million total viewers compared to the 4.42 million that tuned in for the previous season's ender.

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While the show ended its run on A&E, “Longmire” — A&E's top scripted show in total viewers in the network's history — might live on. Warner Horizon Television, the studio behind the series, is seeking a new home for the show, an individual with knowledge of the situation told TheWrap on Thursday.

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