"Longmire" season 6 is all set to air on Netflix and it is going to be a complete delight for fans. The end of the crime thriller series has been given a 10-episode nod by the live streaming service and if actress Katee Sackhoff is to be believed, the last season will be epic.
Kate Sackhoff, who plays Victoria Moretti on "Longmire," has tweeted that she spoke to the producer and the last season, is going to be epic, Carter Matt claims. She also said that she cannot wait to start filming in March. Lou Diamond Phillips, her co-star, also shared the news on social media, declaring the shooting for "Longmire" Season 6 begins in March. So, fans can expect "Longmire" Season 6 to premiere in late summer or even early fall.
Notably, "Longmire" used to air on A&E but after Season 3 finale, the network called off the show, leading to much heartache for the fans. They were furious and began demanding renewal and Netflix came to their rescue in 2014. Executive producers Greer Shephard, John Coveny and Hunt Baldwin have nothing but gratitude for the Netflix as it is with their support that "Longmire" Season 6 is happening.
The three said that they are grateful to Netflix for the opportunity to compose a closing chapter for "Longmire" Season 6 for those beloved characters that inspire lasting memories, Deadline reported. They also emphasized their commitment to delivering a dynamic and satisfying conclusion to their fans to reward their longtime loyalty to the series. With "Longmire" Season 6, they have the chance to create a conclusion for the series over the span of 10 episodes.
What is more, Netflix is all too happy to be producing "Longmire" Season 6. Cindy Holland, VP Original Content of Netflix, said that they are proud to be the home of "Longmire" series as many viewers over the last few seasons have watched and been captivated by Walt's journey.
She also praised the trio saying that there has been no better team to work with on "Longmire" Season 6 than Greer, Hunt and John and their tremendous cast and crew. Holland also expressed confidence in them and said that they will give a satisfying conclusion to the revered series.