"Longmire" Season 6 is set to begin filming this month. Netflix announced earlier that this will be the final installment even after a very successful run.

While fans cannot wait for "Longmire" Season 6 to premiere, the cast are equally excited to start the shoot of the drama. Moreover, fans have been expressing their thoughts on how they want the series to end and this put pressure on the showrunners and writers as they also want to meet their expectations while sticking to their original ending plot.

In any case, filming of "Longmire" Season 6 has a date already. It was Katee Sackhoff who revealed this production update via Twitter. On March 2, she tweeted, "We start filming March 22nd. Rest assured I have plenty of time! I will be there Day 1 filming #Longmire @netflix I promise!"

Prior to the confirmation of the specific date, the actress said in January that the final installment of their show is going to be epic. Likewise, she shared that she spoke with the producers and learned that the last season will definitely be remarkable.

The 36-year-old Sackhoff plays Deputy Vic Moretti in the series. With the "Longmire" Season 6 coming up, fans are wondering whether her character will end up being together with Sheriff Walt Longmire. Many viewers observed that Vic seems to have strong feelings for the sheriff so they are rooting for the two to eventually become a couple.

However, this is not easy as it looks since Walt, as avid viewers already know, has a woman named Donna. Although they parted ways in season 5, there could be twists and unexpected incidents so the Vic-Walt romance may or may not happen in the sixth season.

Now, because fans are so eager to know how season 6 will develop, rather than giving away details about the plot, executive producers Hunt Baldwin, Greer Shephard and John Coveny just made a promise that they will reward loyal viewers with "a dynamic and satisfying conclusion." Thus, everyone can look forward to another 10 exciting episodes.

"Longmire" Season 6 is the last of the series that will air on Netflix. As reported by NY Times, the said streaming site revived the show after it was canceled on A&E just after three seasons. Meanwhile, the air date for the finale has yet to be announced.