'Longmire' A&E Cancellation: Author Craig Johnson Tells Fans Not To Lose The Show's 'Vision,' Receives Overwelming Support Via Social Media [VIDEO]

Longmire has yet to find a new network since A&E cancelled the series last week after three seasons, but fans are already hard at work listing the reasons why the show deserves a second chance.

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"Let's not lose this vision," tweeted author Craig Johnson, who wrote the novels on which the drama is based. Alongside the statement Johnson included a photograph of the wide Wyoming landscape stretching into a vast, blue sky.

This photograph was posted Sunday and fans eagerly responded with their own photos and declarations as to why there is still so much left for the program to cover. Johnson eagerly reposted these comments, his timeline filled with dozens of enthusiastic declarations of commitment to the series.

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"Schedule a #LongLiveLongmire TwitterBomb !" tweeted @jummacpam, "If we all do same time it'll trend & stay there !"

"[Renew] because leading men who can stand tall beside John Wayne & Clint Eastwood are few & far between #LongLiveLongmire," added @tonytost.

Despite the show's status as A&E's highest-rated scripted drama, the network opted not to renew Longmire after three seasons. With the program's last episode ending with a bang, literally, fans may never find out whether or not someone was killed during the final moments of the season finale.

Longmire continues to look for a home and the series will have to find one soon if it intends to aim for a 2015 premiere for its fourth season.


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