Q: Our local TV listings used to feature a show called "Longmire" a while back, and we wondered if there are any new episodes and where to find them.

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Adam Thomlison / TV Media

"Longmire" has been through a lot since it last appeared on a TV schedule, but, for better or worse, its trials are over.

It aired its first three seasons on A&E, between 2012 and 2014, before getting canceled. It turned out the network may have underestimated the western drama's popularity, because a major public outcry followed, leading the online service Netflix to pick the series up again and produce new episodes.

So, if you lost track of it after it left the regular TV schedule, you have lots to catch up on. Indeed, it lasted as long off "air" as it did on: Netflix produced three more full seasons.

But that was it. Netflix announced ahead of time that Season 6 would be the show's last. That's good news, too, in a way. It meant the writers could give the show a proper, conclusive ending.

All this is to say that if you're willing to sign up for Netflix (if you haven't already), you've got lots more "Longmire" to see, and you'll be satisfied with the result.


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