Just as the canceled A&E drama “Longmire” found a new home with Netflix, the canceled TNT drama “Dallas” has ended its search for a new network, reports Deadline.com.
In a note posted Wednesday morning, “Dallas” showrunner Cynthia Cidre and executive producer Michael Robin “told supporters that efforts to find another network for the series have been unsuccessful, and this is officially the end of the road for the sequel to the hugely successful 1980s primetime soap,” the story reports.
Because producers of both “Longmire” and “Dallas” were caught off guard by the shows’ cancellations, both shows ended their third seasons with cliffhangers and introduction of new characters, the report notes.
In their note, Cidre and Robin wrote: “Well, we have come to the end. After a 6-week attempt to try and land our beloved ‘Dallas’ at another network, we have to inform you that we have not succeeded. Warner Horizon has attempted, in a Herculean way, to try and find us a new home, but at the end of the day it did not work out.”