“Big Sky” has been canceled by ABC after three seasons. It is unclear yet whether co-studio A+E Studios would seek a new home for the show, Deadline reports.
The David E. Kelley’s drama series first premiered in November 2020 with a straight-to-series order.
In “Big Sky” Season 3 titled “Deadly Trails,” private detective Cassie Dewell (Kylie Bunbury), undersheriff Jenny Hoyt, and newly appointed sheriff Beau Arlen (Jensen Ackles) maintain order in Helena, Montana. But when a local backcountry trip led by charismatic outfitter Sunny Barnes (fka Sunny Brick) (Reba McEntire) goes awry, the trio face their most formidable mystery yet – in which no camper can be trusted and where danger lurks around every jagged rock and gnarled tree.
“Big Sky: Deadly Trails” also stars Dedee Pfeiffer as Denise Brisbane, Jamie-Lynn Sigler as Tonya Wallis, and J. Anthony Pena as Deputy Mo Poppernak.
Based on the series of books by C.J. Box, Big Sky: Deadly Trails is executive produced by David E. Kelley, Elwood Reid, and Ross Fineman. Elwood Reid serves as showrunner and executive producer. “Big Sky: Deadly Trails” is produced by 20th Television in association with A+E Studios. 20th Television is a part of Disney Television Studios.
Previous seasons of “Big Sky” are available to Stream now on Hulu in the US and on Disney+ in many countries including the United Kingdom, Ireland and Canada.