Raylan Givens loves stirring the pot, and after his first encounter with the entire Crowe clan in Kentucky during Justified Season 5 Episode 4 , it's safe to say that whatever is cooking has been properly mixed.
With Dewey and Messer on a r more
This week's Justified is about secrets and fake-outs. We're entering that typically busy middle period of a season. The subplots have begun to intertwine.
Last week, we learned that Boyd Crowder's estranged more
This is the episode where I have finally put my finger on why I'm enjoying Justified this season, but not obsessed with or fascinated by it as I have been in years past.
This season, the show just seems to be going through the motions and hitting more
With Tuesday's (Jan. 27) episode of "Justified," we're roughly a third of the way through the season. As the show has done in the past, episode 4, "Over the Mountain," starts bringing previously separate plot elements closer to more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "Over the Mountain," the January 28 episode of FX's "Justified," in which Dewey's misfortunes in the backwoods leads to trouble for Raylan, Boyd and Daryl. Read More...
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Zap2it: Your co-star Nick Searcy has a visitor here on set today, and he's Tweeted out a picture. Are you involved in social media at all?Timothy Olyphant: I don't have that Facebook stuff. It's all wonderful ... for someone else.Zap2it: What more
Justified is causing me angst. I went from being really excited about the new season to borderline disappointed. Last season, Boyd and Raylan were ships passing in the night. That worked because the previous seasons had involved tense conflict betwe more