TRENDING Published March14, 2016 By Sunia Mukherjee

‘Longmire’ TV Series To Return With Season 5: Will It Be Aired In Sep. 2016?

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Executive producer John Coveny speaks onstage during the 'Longmire' panel discussion at the Netflix portion of the 2015 Summer TCA Tour at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on July 28, 2015 in Beverly Hills, California.
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''Longmire'' (TV series) was first premiered on the A&E Network on Jun. 3, 2012. Currently the ''Longmire season 5'' is renewed and it will now be telecast on Netflix. This was one of the most anticipated shows on TV and the fans are waiting for the season 5.

Whenwill.net talked in details about the renewal of this show. The makers have not announced the release date of the season 5 yet. While talking about the basic information and cast of this TV series whenwill.net talked about the popularity of the show.

''Longmire is a critically acclaimed and award-winning American action, Western and crime drama TV show that is currently available exclusively on the on-demand online streaming service Netflix in the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand'' is what whenwill.net mentioned.

Breathecast talked about the release date of ''Longmire season 5.'' It is rumored that this season will be aired in Sep. 2016 on Netflix. It is reported that the production will start in spring and Tony Host has been working on the script of this upcoming TV series.

It is also reported that the next episodes will be 60 minute long compared to the 40 minute ones which were shown up till season 4. Ecumenical News talked about the upcoming episodes at length. Lou Diamond Phillips (he plays Henry Standing Bear) talked about his emotional connect with this TV series.

"We were previously constrained to 42 minutes and as a result, a lot of my work hit the floor. With an additional 20 minutes, we can let those moments breathe and round out those characters and it's a much more cinematic experience episode to episode," clarified Diamond Phillips. In an interview with Variety he spilled the beans about the upcoming season.

''The hit drama series was adopted for the small screen by John Coveny and Hunt Baldwin based on the book series "Walt Longmire Mysteries" written by Craig Johnson. A co-production between Two Boomerang and The Shephard & Robin Company, the crime drama show was first released in the US on the A&E channel on June 3, 2012, where it ran for three years before getting cancelled. To the immense delight of the fans, the series was resurrected by Netflix in 2014'' was further added by whenwill.net.

So will this series with more air time keep the audience glued to TV? What do the fans think?

 

 

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