The best series seem to begin their peak at Season 3. The writers would have enough background, set-up, exposition and depth of character to start cooking with propane and propane accessories. By the end of Season 3, there’d be some kind of climax involvi more
Certain things about Justified never change. There's always likely to be some kind of armed standoff. There's always someone with a secret, possibly more than one. And no matter what the story, som... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Brittany_Frederick/2013/ more
Hold on to your Stetsons, Justified season four exploded out of the gate last night. It looks like this season is going to be a fast paced blow out, with some heavy hitting matchups. Boyd has some competition in his drug trade, Raylan is facing fatherho more
The producers of Justified like to, if nothing else, experiment with how their season-long storylines play out from season to season. In season 2, we had the long-running singular villain in the form of Mags. Last season, we had two villains -- though, ar more
Over the past couple years Justified has been my favorite drama on television. With its riveting performances, exciting story lines and endless charm, the series has received equally high praise from critics across the country.
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“Justified” is back for a fourth season of mordant wit, reluctant gunplay and stretching the boundaries of a U.S. marshal’s official duties. The season opener starts with a flashback. http://blogs.wsj.com/speakeasy/2013/01/08/justified-season-4-episode-1- more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Hole in the Wall," the January 8 episode of FX's "Justified," in which Patton Oswalt helps Raylan with a bounty hunting gig, while Boyd hires some muscle. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/season-premie more