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There’s something satisfactory about a series that does well, even if it is on a smaller network like A&E. For a show like Longmire, a few million views per episode is considered a hit, whereas if it were airing on CBC it would be considered a failure. Thankfully that’s not the case. In fact, it’s the exact opposite for Longmire, which is A&E’s most-watched drama ever. It’s a low bar to hit, sure, but it’s still something that matters. You should never think a few million isn’t a lot. Can you honestly say you watch a ton of A&E programming? I know I don’t. So Longmire amassing its viewer count is an achievement worth noting.
To celebrate the success of Longmire, A&E has renewed the drama for a third season now that A&E has closed a new deal with Warner Horizon. »
- Brody Gibson
Breathe easy, “Longmire” fans; the A&E drama will be back for another season. The series has been given a 10-episode third season, the network said Monday. Also read: Mark and Donnie Wahlberg Serving ‘Wahlburgers’ for A&E Based on Craig Johnson’s mystery novels, “Longmire” stars “The Matrix” actor Robert Taylor as Walt Longmire, the charismatic, dedicated and unflappable sheriff of Absaroka County, Wyo. Katee Sackhoff, Lou Diamond Phillips, Bailey Chase, Cassidy Freeman and Adam Bartley also star. During its second season, “Longmire” — A&E’s most-watched original drama series — averaged 3.7 million total viewers, hitting a season high of 4.4 million total viewers with. »
- Tim Kenneally
It took awhile but A&E and Warner Horizon finally closed a deal for a 10-episode third season of the network’s most-watched drama series ever, Longmire. The announcement comes after Longmire executive producer John Coveny tweeted back in August, shortly after the series’ second-season finale: “The call just came: Season 3 for #Longmire is a Go!.” In its second season, Longmire averaged 3.7 million total viewers with the season finale episode August 26 delivering a season high of 4.4 million total viewers. “Longmire has become one of the most compelling dramas on television with a devoted audience and we are so proud of the show,” said A&E Gm David McKillop. Longmire, a contemporary crime thriller set in Big Sky country, is based on the Walt Longmire Mystery novels by author Craig Johnson. The series stars Australian actor Robert Taylor as Longmire, the charismatic, dedicated and unflappable sheriff of Absaroka County, Wyo, along with Katee Sackhoff, »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
Sheriff Longmire has returned for a second season on A&E but will the viewers return as well? Will this drama be renewed for a third season or will it be cancelled instead? We'll have to watch the ratings.
Featuring the talents of Robert Taylor, Katee Sackhoff, Bailey Chase, Adam Bartley, Cassidy Freeman, and Lou Diamond Phillips, Longmire airs on Mondays. The TV show's ratings are the best way to tell if it will be cancelled or renewed for a third season. These figures will be updated as the weeks progress so be sure to bookmark and return to this page:
Update: Longmire is reportedly being renewed for a third season.
Final season averages: 0.8 rating in the 18-49 demographic with 3.70 million total viewers.
Episode 02-13: Monday, 08/26/13
0.9 demo rating (+13% change) with 4.42 million (+7% change). »
It looks like Longmire will be renewed for a third season. Executive producer John Coveny broke the news on Twitter today, writing, "Thanks to the 5 million plus weekly fans (live+7). Young and older skewing alike! The call just came: Season 3 for #Longmire is a Go!"
According to Deadline, A&E and Warner Bros. have no comment and insiders cautioned that the two sides have yet to finalize a deal. There has been some speculation that a deal could include A&E taking some ownership in the show.
Everyone has a lot to figure out in the next episode of "Longmire." Watch this video preview from "Natural Order."
In the episode, the murder of a game warden features at the center of the story. The warden is found next to the body of a poached elk. Walt (Robert Taylor) finds out that there is a connection between the deaths and a rare and expensive supplement. Meanwhile, Branch (Bailey Chase) closes in on the truth about Cady's (Cassidy Freeman) accident as she wakes up.
As the above video shows, there are other things for the characters to worry about too. Now that Branch has lost his bid to become sheriff, he needs to figure out if he wants to continue to work with Walt. Branch knows he may not even have a choice. Fortunately, Henry (Lou Diamond Phillips) has a lifetime of advice to offer in this arena.
What decision will Branch make? »
The good folks at Bloody Disgusting, along with management/production company The Collective, are offering a free horror movie on Hulu from now until Halloween. And they've got some killer fare to share with you.
Entitled the Bloody Disgusting Movie of the Month, the series features titles such as YellowBrickRoad, Exit Humanity, and Crawl. Act fast because the July film is almost gone! All the details are below on how you can feast your hungry peepers on some free films from now until All Hallows Eve. Muh-wah-ha-ha!
From the Press Release
The Collective, a leading entertainment management and production company, and horror website Bloody-Disgusting.com, will feature a new horror movie from their Bloody Disgusting Selects library on Hulu and Hulu Plus each month leading up to Halloween. Hulu visitors can watch these titles for free, along with other Bloody Disgusting Selects movies on the channel, while Hulu Plus subscribers »
- Scott Hallam
With under one week to go until the Teen Wolf Season 3 premiere, TV Fanatic is giving fans a chance to catch up on last summer's run of episodes.
Indeed, Two (2) lucky readers have a chance to win One (1) copy each of the Teen Wolf Season 2 DVD, whose features include:
Interviews with new cast members Sinqua Walls (Boyd), Gage Golightly (Erica) and Daniel Sharman (Isaac). Alternate, deleted and extended scenes. A montage of shirtless scenes. A blooper reel. Commentary from producers Jeff Davis and Christian Taylor.
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- email@example.com (Jim Halterman)
Chicago – A&E’s “Longmire,” returning tonight for its second season, can be a great show. It’s an underrated Western-mystery hybrid with a stellar lead performance from Robert Taylor and a heavy dose of “No Country For Old Men” atmosphere. “The Glades,” also returning tonight for its fourth season, is a more inconsistent program but has produced some solid episodes over its run. Neither show is at their best to start their latest outings with episodes that fall below what they typically deliver but they should still provide quality escapist entertainment over the Summer season.
Television Rating: 3.5/5.0
Reviewing shows like “Longmire” and “The Glades” off one season-premiere episode can be very difficult. Will the increased, overplayed tone of the season premiere of “Longmire” be something that keeps up for the whole season? Probably not. I find “Longmire” at its most interesting when it plays it subtle, going for the gruff, »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Adam Fendelman)
When you just can’t stomach another hot dog and the sun refuses to cooperate this Memorial Day weekend, TVLine has you covered. We’ve culled the best of the holiday weekend’s marathons and specials, including reality shows we can’t quit (I Found the Gown), a check-in with a teenage P.I. whose return can’t happen quickly enough and must-see catch-up sessions with Da Vinci and the Bluths. Enjoy!
Friday, May 24
4 – 11 pm Law & Order: Svu (USA Network) | Olivia’s fate may be up in the air, but one thing is certain: She’s still busting perps and radioing »
- Vlada Gelman
London -- Digital movie channel Turner Classic Movies (TCM) is set to bring U.K. viewers the U.S. original scripted drama series Longmire, starring Australian actor Robert Taylor (The Matrix). TCM inked a deal for U.K. and Ireland rights to the first season of 10 one-hour episodes from Warner Bros. International Television Distribution. Based on the Walt Longmire mystery novels by best-selling author Craig Johnson, the show details the story of a charismatic, dedicated and unflappable sheriff of Absaroka County, Wyoming. It also stars Katee Sackhoff (Battlestar Galactica), Lou Diamond Phillips (Numb3rs), Bailey Chase (Damages), Cassidy Freeman
- Stuart Kemp
The gang from Storybrooke discovers that Cora brought a kidnapped Anton the Giant with her. Fortunately, she has conveniently rendered Anton "travel-sized." The problem is that Anton (Jorge Garcia) has a nasty reaction when he meets acting sheriff and former prince, David. David (Josh Dallas) realizes that Anton's issue was with his twin, the dastardly James. That leads to this week's flashback story. Anton, teased as "Tiny" by his giant family, longs to visit the human world. When he does, he meets up with Prince James and his girlfriend, Jack (Cassidy Freeman). The pair trick poor gullible Anton into showing them the entrance to the giants' lair. Then they ransack it, killing everyone but Anton. James abandons Jack and saves himself. Anton is left with a ton of guilt and one »
This Sunday on Once Upon a Time (ABC, 8/7c), David aka Prince Charming is dealt a big headache — figuratively and literally — when Anton the giant materializes in Storybrooke bearing an oversized grudge and an equally large right hook. Josh Dallas shared with TVLine a preview of the David-vs.-Goliath showdown and a smaller yet perhaps bigger conflict brewing within the Charming household.
Related | Once Upon a Time‘s Snow Solves a Giant Problem, Meet Cassidy Freeman’s Sexy ‘Jack’
Tvline | I’m not sure why we’re even talking, since with Emma and Mr. Gold out of town, everything must be pretty quiet in Storybrooke, »
- Matt Webb Mitovich
This Sunday's "Once Upon a Time" (Feb 10. at 8 p.m. Est on ABC) not only offers an unconventional spin on the tale of Jack and the Beanstalk (hint: Jack is played by a woman -- "Smallville's" Cassidy Freeman) and the return of Jorge Garcia's Giant, it also promises a little more backstory for the heroic Prince Charming (Josh Dallas).
Charming spent the first half of the season trying to reunite with his wife Snow (Ginnifer Goodwin) and daughter Emma (Jennifer Morrison), so this week's episode, titled "Tiny," offers a welcome chance for the world's most attractive grandfather to get back in on the action.
HuffPost TV caught up with Dallas via phone to learn more about Charming's "violent" encounter with Garcia's Giant, whether there's still trouble ahead for him and Snow, and what he hopes to see in our fairytale couple's future. Spoilers ahead.
This episode sounds like »
- The Huffington Post
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In the first clip below, David and Mary Margaret discover a not-that-huge giant stowed on Captain Hook’s ship. And while though you think that Anton would appreciate the rescue, his reaction to seeing David sends a meaty fist a-flying. How will wee Snow save her beau?
Click here to view the embedded video. »
- Matt Webb Mitovich
There are new pictures and details about "Once Upon a Time" when it returns from its mini-hiatus on Feb. 10. The first episode back is called "Tiny" and sees the Giant (Jorge Garcia) coming to Storybrooke.
The Giant, named Anton, has been kidnapped by Cora and unleashes vengeance on the town because a case of mistaken identity has him thinking he has a score to settle with David. Meanwhile, Mr. Gold heads for the airport to set off on his search for Bae, taking Emma and Henry with him. And Greg, the stranger who hit Hook with his car, questions Belle about what happened that night.
Meanwhile, in Fairytale Land, Anton descends the beanstalk in order to make friends, but it doesn't exactly have the desired results. Cassidy Freeman (pictured above) guest stars as "Jack."
Then on Feb. 17, episode "Manhattan" sees Mr. Gold, Emma and Henry in New York City, while Cora, »
Once Upon a Time Season 2 does not resume until February 10, but ABC has now given us an in-depth look at a variety of scenes and developments from that return episode, "Tiny."
It will feature a kidnapped Giant in Storybrooke, as a case of mistaken identity leads him to exact vengeance against David. Elsewhere, Greg asks Belle what she saw the night of the crash and we spend time with Giant in the Enchanted Forest as well.
Click through photos from the installment now...
- email@example.com (Matt Richenthal)
Once Upon A Time Season 2 bringing on Jack from the Beanstalk in ep 13,new spoiler. According to a new report from TV Line, the official press release for "Once Upon A Time," recently revealed that Jack from the classic "Jack and the Beanstalk" fairytale is going to show up in episode 13,and Jack is actually going to be a female in their version as they've cast CW Smallville alum Cassidy Freeman to play the role. So,it should be quite interesting to see a female version of Jack. Cassidy's acting resume includes roles in CSI: NYC, The Playboy Club ,and CW's The Vampire Diaries. She's currently costarring on the A&E drama Longmire, which will return with Season 2 this summer. In related news, episode 13 will also feature the crazy fairytale giant,being brought into Storybrooke totally wreck stuff up after evil Cora brings him over. It's definitely going to be intense. »
Both Smallville and Once Upon a Time have this in common, they call a Vancouver set home. Of course, the Superman-inspired series has been cancelled, but it is probably nice for Freeman to return to Canada for some filming.
The Feb. 10 episode of the sophomore magical drama is titled “Tiny” and will introduce Freeman in a guest-starring role. “Jack” will figure into the plot and we all assume that moniker may just have a little something to do with former Lost actor Jorge Garcia’s role as the giant.
- Sasha Nova
ABC’s Once Upon a Time will conjure a gender-bending twist with its next new episode (airing Feb. 10), when Jorge Garcia’s semi-gentle beanstalk resident makes the acquaintance of fated giant-killer Jack — played by Cassidy Freeman (Longmire, Smallville). And we’ve got a first look!
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In Season 2′s 13th episode, “Tiny,” Anton the Giant climbs down to the ground — against his brothers’ wishes — and attempts to befriend some humans, whose intentions may not be so noble. Among his new buds is Freeman’s Jack (which »
- Matt Webb Mitovich
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