Longmire: TV Series Renewed for Season Two

season two renewal for LongmireTo no surprise, A&E is renewing their new Longmire TV series for a second season. There’s no word yet on how many episodes have been ordered for round two or when they’ll debut.

Airing on Sunday nights, Longmire revolves around a Wyoming sheriff who’s trying to rebuild his life while maintaining order in his town and trying to keep his job. The cast includes Robert Taylor, Katee Sackhoff, Lou Diamond Phillips, Bailey Chase, Adam Bartley, and Cassidy Freeman.

The TV series debuted on June 3rd with 4.1 million total viewers and became the cable channel’s most-watched scripted debut of all time. Four episodes of Longmire have aired so far this season and have averaged a 0.8 rating in the 18-49 demographic with 3.88 million total viewers.

A&E ordered 10 episodes for the first season of the drama series. They’re expected to finish airing on August 5th. We’ll let you know when we know more about season two.

What do you think? Are you glad to hear that Longmire will be back for season two? Do you think this TV show should run for many seasons or just a few?

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  1. Karla says

    I got DISH to watch entertainment not scripted reality showes. I’m just glad it’s something I like to watch. Thank you for renewing!

  2. Terry Grisham says

    I really like Longmire. I think the cast really developed their characters and bonded very quickly. I think for continued success they will have to expand the writing. Last year there was almost a murder to be solved every week. For the population there that would make it the deadliest city in the US. It should not be about Longmire every week, but about the other cast and even locals in the town. If they can expand the writing I would love to see Longmire on for many years.

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