‘Longmire’ Season 2 Premiere Delivers Over 4.3 Million Viewers; ‘The Glades’ Season 4 Premiere Watched by 3.3 Million on A&E

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 Longmire Season 2 Premiere

via press release:

A&E’S HIT DRAMA SERIES ‘LONGMIRE’ AND ‘THE GLADES’ KICK OFF NEW SEASONS WITH SEASON-OVER-SEASON GROWTH

4.3 MILLION VIEWERS TUNE IN TO THE SEASON 2 PREMIERE OF ‘LONGMIRE’

SEASON 4 PREMIERE OF ‘THE GLADES’ WATCHED BY 3.3 MILLION VIEWERS

 

New York, NY – May 28, 2013 – Hot on the heels of the first season finale of A&E’s hit freshman drama “Bates Motel,” the network’s returning drama series, “Longmire” and “The Glades,” debuted to season-over-season growth on Memorial Day.

 

The 10PM sophomore season premiere of “Longmire” was watched by 4.3 million total viewers, 5% growth over the season one premiere last summer (4.1 million).  The season two premiere was also watched by 1.4 million adults 25-54 and 1.1 million adults 18-49 (12% growth over the season 1 premiere).

 

Additionally, the 9PM fourth season premiere of “The Glades” was watched by 3.3 million total viewers, 6% growth over the season three premiere last summer (3.1 million).

 

“Longmire” is produced by The Shephard/Robin Company in association with Warner Horizon Television. Greer Shephard (“The Closer,” “Nip/Tuck”), Michael M. Robin (“The Closer,” “Nip/Tuck”), Hunt Baldwin (“The Closer,” “Trust Me”) and John Coveny (“The Closer,” “Trust Me”) serve as executive producers.

 

“The Glades” is produced by Fox Television Studios for A&E Network. The series executive producers are Clifton Campbell (“White Collar,” “Profiler,” “21 Jump Street”) for Innuendo Productions, Inc. and Gary Randall (“Saving Grace”) for Grand Productions, Inc. The series is created by Clifton Campbell.

 

About A&E Network
A&E is “Real Life. Drama.”  Now reaching more than 99 million homes, A&E is television that you can’t turn away from; where unscripted shows are dramatic and scripted dramas are authentic.  A&E offers a diverse mix of high quality entertainment ranging from the network’s original scripted series, including “The Glades,” “Longmire” and “Bates Motel,” to signature non-fiction franchises, including the Emmy-winning “Intervention,” “Duck Dynasty,” “Beyond Scared Straight” and “Storage Wars,” and the most successful justice shows on cable, including “The First 48.”  The A&E website is located at www.aetv.com.

 

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