If nothing else, Justified is about conflicts in personality. It’s about two men, or a man and a woman, testing each other’s wills and trying to exert their force on the other. It’s about Raylan trying to gain the edge on Kentucky’s greatest outlaws, businessmen, and thieves. So, without further ado, here are Raylan’s greatest match-ups in the history of Justified.
Justified premieres Season 4 tonight on FX, introducing new mysteries and obstacles for U.S. Marshal Raylan Givins and the people of Harlan County. Mixing drama and suspense with a hint of humor and a few dashes of violence, Justified doesn't waste much time getting the ball rolling on Season 4's story. And as a bonus, the premiere includes an appearance by Patton Oswalt.
Justified started as a show about a misplaced Deputy U.S. Marshal, re-acquainting himself with his southern Kentucky roots. Over the past three seasons, Marshal Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) has fallen back into the rhythm of Harlan County, Kentucky, giving us a much closer look at some of the area’s most colorful residents.
FX’s Justified is gearing up for Season 4, and some brand new bad guys, as well as many of the usual suspects are returning to the crime drama’s lineup. Now, Lost’s Sam Anderson has signed on for the Season 4 cast of FX’s awesome drama, and it looks like his character will be into some deep shit (although, if that’s a surprise for anyone, you clearly don’t watch this program).
It wasn't that long ago that we last saw Timothy Olyphant on FX thanks to a great cameo on The League but it doesn't really compare to getting to see the actor grace the small screen in his ten gallon as U.S. Deputy Marshall Raylan Givens. The Season 3 finale of Justified was months ago and it feels like forever since we last saw Elmore Leonard's lawman touting his shotgun in an attempt to clean up his childhood home of Harlan Country. Well, The wait is almost over.
When FX decides to set premiere dates, the network doesn’t mess around. For fans who have been looking forward to new seasons of Justified, Archer, and Anger Management, or who are wanting to check out the network’s brand new comedy, Legit, will be able to do so sooner than anyone may have expected.
Justified is a series that knows how to balance humor with drama and suspense, so Patton Oswalt seems like the perfect kind of actor to guest star on the FX series. Known for his stand-up comedy, the comedian-actor has a proven and demonstrated knack for mixing funny with serious. See Big Fan and Young Adult for feature examples of what I'm referring to. Or perhaps we'll have another great example when he appears in the upcoming fourth season premiere of Justified.
Joe Mazzello's face may be familiar to those of us who've seen Jurassic Park and Radio Flyer, two early-90s films that featured the child star prominently. In more recent years, the actor has begun to make a name for himself once again with roles in The Social Network and HBO's The Pacific. And coming up, we'll see him in on FX's Justified.
Justified crossed the half-way point for its third season with last week’s episode. Fans of the FX drama series can rest assured that its third season won’t be its last. Word is, the cable network has given the series an order for a fourth season.
Going into the third season of FX’s Justified, the question likely to be on the minds of fans is, “How can this show top its second season?” It’s too soon to tell, but having screened the first few episodes of Season 3, Justified is back, for better or worse. So far, I’d say for better.
I’m finally caught up and on board with FX’s drama series Justified and just in time to join in on counting down to the premiere of Season 3. For those of you who are with me on that, we have a brief but drama-filled promo video for the new season for you to check out.
Justified fans will be happy to know that FX has the official date for the series’ return set for this January. Also announced today was the premiere of the new animated comedy Unsupervised and the return of the animated series Archer.
The Television Critics Association (TCA) announced the nominations for the 2011 TCA Awards. Among the series to receive multiple nominations are Game of Thrones, NBC’s Parks and Recreation and Community, and FX’s Justified.
The news is not official yet, but as of last night, things are looking very good for the FX drama series Jusitified. Word is, the series is very close to getting picked up for a third season.
Without great characters, no series has any hopes of lasting. The stories week to week may not always be up to snuff, but if you can get an audience hooked on watching your