A&E cancels 'The Glades' after a cliffhanger: How could it have ended?

A&E has canceled "The Glades" following a four-season run. The crime drama had its season finale on Monday (Aug. 26), giving fans a cliffhanger ending that will now remain unresolved. Just days after the show enjoyed its best ratings of the season -- 3.4 million viewers watched the finale -- and only one day after the network announced a renewal for another show, "Longmire," the "Glades" cancellation comes as something of a surprise. Why was "The Glades" canceled? As of now, it's a mystery on which no one connected to the show has an immediate comment.After its premiere in 2010, "The Glades" became the first scripted drama series to receive a renewal from A&E. The show, created by Clifton Campbell, is the story of an ex-Chicago cop named Jim (Matt Passmore) who takes a job in the swampy, sweaty land of Florida. Over the four seasons, a romance developed at the center of the...



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Jan 13, 2014 4:38PM EST

well that just sucks.... just another reason to quit watching A&E, buncha BS

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