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Justified Season 3: Raylan and Boyd Shoot 'Em Up in New Teaser

It hardly feels like any time has passed since Justified  season 2 went off the air. Maybe that's because the season finale, "Bloody Harlan," was just so insanely memorable. It was probably the best episode of Justified yet, featuring a pretty intense shootout (in which we saw Tim's sniper work in action once again), an even more intense standoff between Loretta (Kaitlyn Dever) and Mags (Margo Martindale), and a sadly satisfying final scene. But while the season 2 finale seems like it only happened a few months ago, we're already approaching the Justified season 3 premiere. It seems soon partially because of "Bloody Harlan," but also because it's been pushed up a month: while Justified  premiered its second season back in February, season 3 is going to hit in January. As such, FX is already pumping out a few trailers for the show. The first trailer hit earlier this month, and you can watch it here . The second trailer hit on Tuesday, and you can watch it below.  //

Carla Gugino Cast on Season 3 of Justified

Carla Gugino is on her way to Harlan. The actress ( Californication , Entourage ) will recur on season three of Justified as Karen Goodall, an assistant director of the U.S. Marshals Service who arrives in Kentucky to assist in the well-being of key witnesses. Look for Gugino's character to be twice-divorced and to share a history with Raylan Givens: she worked with him in Miami, FX sources confirm. This casting announcement arrives a week after Neal McDonough and Mykelti Williamson were revealed as the main season three bad guys on Justified , which will return with new episodes in early 2012. //

'Justified': Raymond J. Barry to Reprise Role as Timothy Olyphant's Father (Exclusive)

Raymond J. Barry  is set to reprise his role as  Timothy Olypant's  father on FX's drama  Justified . Barry has signed on for a multiepisode arc in the upcoming third season, which debuts in January. Barry has played the character of Arlo Givens, father to Deputy U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens (Olyphant), since the show's first season. In March, FX announced it was renewing the Sony Pictures TV drama with a 13-episode pickup. The show was nominated for four Emmys at September's ceremony, with  Margo Martindale  picking up the statuette for supporting actress in a drama. Read More... //

Justified: Season 3's Big Bad(s) are...

Per Entertainment Weekly , it looks like Raylan Givens won't get to rest on his laurels after triumphing over Mags Bennett , as Justified has officially named its two (yes, two) "big bads" of the season. It looks like Neal McDonough ( Band of Brothers ) and Mykelti Williamson ( Forrest Gump ) have been tapped to raise a little ruckus down in Harlan County. McDonough, who made an appearance on FX's cult favorite Terriers , will be playing a mobster named Quarles that comes to town looking to take over from (presumably) the Crowder family. Williamson, meanwhile, takes on a Mags Bennet-eque figure in Limehouse, a man from a predominantly black town in Harlan County that he's hellbent on protecting. Read More... //

'Justified' Actor Gets Guest Role in Fringe Season 4

Stephen Root has been tapped for a role in Fringe 's fourth season, according to  TV Line . The actor, who starred in the series NewsRadio  and has recurred on FX's Justified , will play an as-yet unnamed role on the series. Root will appear alongside his real-life wife, Romy Rosemont. The two will play spouses in the sixth episode of the season. Root is perhaps most iconic for his role as the nervous, soft-spoken stapler-hoarder Milton in the comedy film Office Space . Root has also appeared in films such as No Country for Old Men and Cedar Rapids . Root has appeared in both seasons of FX's drama Justified  as Judge Mike Reardon. Read More... //

Justified Emmy Nominee Margo Martindale: "I Haven't Gotten to Do All the Things I Can Do"

If there was one performance that earned almost unanimous praise from both TV critics and  viewers alike this season, it was that of Justified' s Margo Martindale. So the fact that her riveting portrayal of Harlan County crime family matriarch Mags Bennett earned the stage and screen veteran her first Emmy nomination is, well, justified. "I'm truly beside myself with joy," Martindale tells, giddy with laughter. "It's a whole new world for me. I've been nominated for a Tony, but this whole thing is just joyous." Although Martindale says she never anticipated the waves of support and critical appreciation she received throughout the season, she instantly responded to Mags on the page...  //

Emmys 2011: Snubs ('Community,' Kyra Sedgwick) and surprises ('Justified,' Cat Deeley)

This year's primetime Emmy nominees seemed to have more surprises than we've seen in years, which is saying a lot, given some of the shockers we've seen in the recent past.Not all surprises, though, are good ones.Let's take a look at the surprises and the major snubs from the 2011 primetime Emmy nominations:SURPRISESLouis C.K. nominated as lead comedy actor: C.K. has gotten a lot of press for his low-budget FX comedy showcase "Louie," and his surprisingly good acting has been one of the big reasons why. He also got a writing nomination; alas, he didn't get a directing nod, which would have given him a trifecta achieved by very few (if any) in TV history.Matt LeBlanc nominated as lead comedy actor: While C.K. excelled at playing himself, LeBlanc did... OK. In fact, everything about "Episodes," the show he was nominated for, was OK. Maybe the fact that he played a jerkier version of himself is... //


With the season 3 renewal of FX’s  JUSTIFIED , Natalie Zea has signed a new deal to continue on the drama series. Zea started on the show as a guest star in the pilot, playing the ex-wife of Timothy Olyphant’s character, U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens. In season 2 of  Justified , Givens went up againstdifferent criminal organizations vying for power in Harlan County. Zea also is set for a recurring role on Showtime’s  CALIFORNICATION . As reports, she will play a new love interest for star David Duchovny in an upcoming arc.  Californication  follows famed novelist Hank Moody as he unsuccessfully navigates home life, work and his life of unabashed debauchery. Read More... //

Natalie Zea Signs On for More Justified, Will Recur on Californication

Natalie Zea has locked in not one, but two jobs. The actress signed a deal for Season 3 of Justified and has booked a recurring role on Californication , Deadline reports. Zea plays Winona Hawkins, the ex-wife of ... //

TCA Nominations: 'Friday Night Lights,' 'Parks and Rec,' 'Justified' recognized

The Television Critics Association has announced its 2011 TCA Award Nominations, which include honors for "Boardwalk Empire," "Community," and the final season of "Friday Night Lights.""Parks and Recreation" is also nominated -- both Amy Poehler and Nick Offerman are nominated for Outstanding Achievement in Comedy. Offerman will host the awards ceremony at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles on Saturday, August 6."The Television Critics Association's yearly awards are a prestigious event where seasoned professional TV writers offer their choices for the people and shows bringing the best to TV audiences," says TCA President Susan Young. "We do not accept submissions. Nominees represent the TCA's version of the All-Star team and we take great pride in honoring them."The full list of nominees is found below.Individual Achievement in Drama1. Steve Buscemi ("Boardwalk Empire," HBO)2. Peter Dinklage ("Game of Thrones," HBO)3. Jon Hamm ("Mad Men," AMC)4. Julianna Margulies ("The Good Wife," CBS) 5. Margo Martindale ("Justified", FX)6.... //