Hap and Leonard is coming to an end at AMC Networks' Sundance TV.
The series co-starred Michael K. Williams (in a raved-about performance) and was critically-acclaimed for its takes on race, sexuality, faith and class with a noir-ting.
Inspired by the third book in the famed series by Joe R. Lansdale, Hap and Leonard followed two lifelong best friends – Hap Collins (James Purefoy) and Leonard Pine (Michael K. Williams) – as they find themselves at odds with a cast of characters so tough they could chew the bumper from a pickup truck. Set once again in East Texas just before Christmas 1989, the third season's story begins as Hap and Leonard scramble to locate Florida Grange (Tiffany Mack), who has gone missing in the Klan-infested town of Grovetown.
It was the highest-rated original series in Sundance TV history.