After three seasons, ABC has canceled Big Sky. It is not yet known if co-studio A+E Studios would look for a new location for the program, according to Deadline.
The David E. Kelley drama series has its direct-to-series order debut in November 2020.
Private investigator Cassie Dewell (Kylie Bunbury), undersheriff Jenny Hoyt, and newly appointed sheriff Beau Arlen (Jensen Ackles) uphold law and order in Helena, Montana, in Big Sky Season 3’s Deadly Trails.
The trio, however, encounter their most difficult investigation yet when a local wilderness excursion guided by charming outfitter Sunny Barnes (also known as Sunny Brick) (Reba McEntire) goes wrong. In this case, no camper can be trusted, and danger lurks around every jagged rock and gnarled tree.
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Along with Dedee Pfeiffer as Denise Brisbane, Jamie-Lynn Sigler plays Tonya Wallis, and J. Anthony Pena plays Deputy Mo Poppernak in Big Sky: Deadly Trails.
Big Sky: Deadly Trails, which is based on the C.J. Box book series, was executive produced by David E. Kelley, Elwood Reid, and Ross Fineman. The executive producer and showrunner is Elwood Reid. Produced by 20th Television and A+E Studios together, Big Sky: Deadly Trails. Disney Television Studios includes 20th Television.
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Big Sky’s previous seasons are currently streaming on Hulu in the US and Disney+ in many other nations, including the UK, Ireland, and Canada.