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Still of Carlos Gómez, Michelle Hurd, Kiele Sanchez, Jordan Wall, Matt Passmore and Uriah Shelton in The Glades (2010)

Still of Carlos Gómez, Michelle Hurd, Kiele Sanchez, Jordan Wall, Matt Passmore and Uriah Shelton in The Glades (2010)

"The Glades is an A Network drama series created by Clifton Campbell. The one-hour drama premiered on Sunday, July 11, 2010. The series stars Matt Passmore as Det. Jim Longworth, a Chicago detective who took a South Florida job with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) after being falsely accused of sleeping with his captain's wife. The Glades was renewed by A for a third season on October 18, 2011. The third season began airing June 3, 2012."

"The Glades is an A Network drama series created by Clifton Campbell. The one-hour drama premiered on Sunday, July 11, 2010. The series stars Matt Passmore as Det. Jim Longworth, a Chicago detective who took a South Florida job with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) after being falsely accused of sleeping with his captain's wife. The Glades was renewed by A for a third season on October 18, 2011. The third season began airing June 3, 2012."

"The Glades" Season 4 has ended. But did Jim and Callie manage to get married? Did Jim solve his murder? What about that surprise house?

'The Glades' Season 4 finale: Who shot Jim?

"The Glades" Season 4 has ended. But did Jim and Callie manage to get married? Did Jim solve his murder? What about that surprise house?

The Glades (TV Series 2010– ); A & E is cancelling "The Glades"  Oh.  Goody.  Maybe it can be replaced with 40 back-to-back issues of "Storage Wars" or one of the network's other endless stream of endlessly boring reality programs.

The Glades (TV Series 2010– ); A & E is cancelling "The Glades" Oh. Goody. Maybe it can be replaced with 40 back-to-back issues of "Storage Wars" or one of the network's other endless stream of endlessly boring reality programs.

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