A&E Picks Up THE GLADES Season 4 to Premiere in 2013
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A&E Network has picked up a fourth season of the acclaimed drama series, "The Glades" starring Matt Passmore, it was announced today by David McKillop, Executive Vice President of Programming for A&E Network and BIO Channel.
The third season of "The Glades" averaged 4.1 million total viewers (up 5% from season two based on Live +7 viewing) per premiere episode. "The Glades," along with A&E's hit scripted drama series "Longmire," propelled A&E to ad-supported cable's number one network on Sunday nights among total viewers this past summer during their run.
Season four of "The Glades" will begin production soon and will premiere in 2013. A&E is currently in pre-production on the new scripted drama series "Bates Motel," slated for a 2013 premiere and the second season of the scripted hit series "Longmire," which also will premiere in 2013.
"The Glades" also stars Kiele Sanchez ("Lost," "Samantha Who?"), Carlos Gómez ("Shark," "Sleeper Cell") and Michelle Hurd ("Law & Order SVU," "Gossip Girl").
"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 was created by Clifton Campbell.
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" and "Longmire," to signature non-fiction franchises, including the Emmy-winning "Intervention," "Duck Dynasty," "Hoarders," "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.