‘Big Sky’ Canceled After 3 Seasons

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Say it ain’t so. After a riveting 3 seasons, Big Sky has been canceled by ABC.

The show’s third season, subtitled Big Sky: Deadly Trails, attempted to shift the show away from the narrative of the first two seasons and towards more of an anthology style, bringing in country music legend Reba McEntire to play season big bad Sunny Barnes of Sunny Day Excursions. The redheaded star wasn’t the only one that ABC shelled out for, as other series regulars were brought on such as Jensen Ackles and Henry Ian Cusack. Other guest stars included the likes of musicians Lyle Lovett and Darius Rucker.

As a whole, Big Sky followed private investigator Cassie Dewell (Kylie Bunbury) and ex-cop turned PI turned cop again Jenny Hoyt (Katheryn Winnick) in their quest to find two kidnapped sisters. However, their investigation leads them down a long and dark road of a tangled web of crime throughout Montana, where everything is bigger than it seems on the surface.

While Big Sky will be dearly missed, you can still stream your favorite episodes on Hulu.

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