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We've got less than two months until Justified makes its way back to the small screen, this time for its sixth and final season. I won't lie, I absolutely loved this show for the first couple of years only to see my enthusiasm for it diminish with the last few seasons. But, given the fact that I've spent so much time with these people, it only makes sense that I tune in to experience their swan song (and, for some of them, the final moments of their lives). Justified of course features Timothy Olyphant as as Ralyan Givens and is one of the many gifts the mind of Elmore Leonard bestowed upon us before his passing. Joelle Carter, Jacob Pitts, Walter Goggins, Erica Tazel and Nick Searcy also star. Hit the jump to check out the Justified Season 6 trailer. The show returns to FX on January 20th. Trailer courtesy of »
- Evan Dickson
The FX drama Justified starring Timothy Olyphant will continue its home video run with the December 2 release of Justified: Season 5 on Blu-ray and DVD, as was officially announced by Sony Pictures Home Entertainment..
Justified also stars Nick Searcy, Jere Burns, Joelle Carter, Jacob Pitts, Erica Tazel and Walton Goggins, and tells the story of a U.S. Marshall utilizes his own unique brand of justice to enforce the law. The sixth and final season is expected to premiere this upcoming January.
For the Blu-ray and DVD release of Justified: Season 5, Sony has packed in a wealth of bonus features, many of which are exclusive to the Blu-ray edition. A complete list of all the bonus features is below:
Special Features Included on Both the Blu-ray & DVD:
Commentaries on Two Episodes: A Murder of Crowes & Restitution
Season of the Crowe: Making Season Five
All-new, Blu-ray Exclusive Featurettes: »
Sam Elliott ("Tombstone," "Ghost Rider") and Garret Dillahunt ("Deadwood," "Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles ") have joined the cast of the sixth and final season of FX's "Justified" which begins airing in January.
Elliott plays Markham, a legendary Kentucky gangster who returns from exile with a private army, a lot of cash, and a determination to win back his empire and lost love Katherine Hale (Mary Steenburgen). Katherine herself secretly believes Markham brought down her husband and sets out to thwart him.
Dillahunt will play Walker, a special ops veteran who has spent most of the last decade in combat zones. Now he uses his skills handling security for a quasi-legal businessman, and ultimately he becomes irritated by Raylan and Boyd.
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- Garth Franklin
Few shows have kept themselves fresh, while having to reinvent themselves with every season, and kept their audiences so engrossed, the way FX‘s Justified has managed. While the main cast has stayed the same, the necessities of managing to win out in the end has meant that characters have to come and go. When you have to keep things realistic, and quickly build a solid tension that makes sense to the overall structure, shuffling people in and out isn’t as easy as it might seem.
Last season, Michael Rappaport proved just how adept the writers are, and how committed the show is to getting the right people involved.
Having a wide range of talent held together by Timothy Olyphant and Walton Goggins, makes for a great starting point, but with the kind of multi-episode (or whole season) arcs the show needs, the additions are crucial to keeping the show going. »
- Marc Eastman
It doesn’t sound like Justified will go gently into that good night. The FX drama, which premieres its sixth and final season in January, has added Sam Elliott and Garret Dillahunt in recurring roles.
Per the network’s announcement, Elliott will play Markham, a legendary gangster who returns to Kentucky with a private army and plenty of cash, which he earned growing legal weed in Colorado. He wants to win back both his empire and his lost love, Katherine Hale (Mary Steenburgen). He’ll rub up against Deputy U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant), as well as Boyd »
- Mandi Bierly
"She was the power behind the throne of a Southern crime ring," explained actress Mary Steenburgen about her guest role this season on the FX drama series "Justified." In our recent webcam chat (watch below), she called her character, Katherine Hale, "bad to the bone." As she elaborated, "everyone thought her husband was in charge. He was sort of the mentor to Jere Burns' character. It really turns out that it was her along that was calling the shots." -Break- Join the heated Oscar and Emmy discussions going on right now in our red-hot forums While she only appeared in three episodes, she had several memorable moments. In one shocking scene with Emmy nominee Walton Goggins, his character, Boyd Crowder, throws an explosive at an enemy in front of her. "What is your reaction when a cigarette pack goes off and completely blows up the chest of someone? I've »
German-born Youtube sensation Flula Borg has joined the cast of the upcoming "Pitch Perfect" sequel at Universal Pictures and Gold Circle Films. Borg will play a member of a competing a cappella group.
Based on a 2007 Playboy article, the story follows a group of thieves who rob a man who turns out to be Chicago mafia boss Tony Accardo. [Source: Variety]
- Garth Franklin
Gary Cole and Drop Dead Diva actor Jackson Hurst have joined indie Hot Air as the project begins shooting. The comedy stars Jere Burns as Harold "Major" Patterson, who fakes his own death to escape a life sentence in jail, only to learn that he has a son he's never met. Matthew Gray Gubler, Christa Miller and Schuyler Fisk also star in the film. Photos: Cowboys and Bad Guys on the Set of 'Justified' Derek Sieg (Swedish Auto director) will helm the project from a script he wrote with Jeremy Goldstein. Kyle Fischer, Dave Szamet and Goldstein are producing the
- Rebecca Ford
• Benedict Cumberbatch (The Imitation Game) will replace Guy Pearce (The Rover) in the upcoming Whitey Bulger biopic starring Johnny Depp (Transcendence). According to Cross Creek Pictures president Brian Oliver, Pearce dropped out of the upcoming crime drama, which has already started filming in Boston, due to scheduling conflicts. Cumberbatch will take over the role of Billy Bulger, Whitey’s (Depp) law-abiding brother, in the upcoming film, which tells the true story of the FBI’s unconventional alliance with the Irish Mob. [Variety]
- Pamela Gocobachi
Over the course of her career, actress Rashida Jones has garnered a number of fans through supporting performances on shows such as The Office and Parks and Recreation, as well as her appearances in movies such as I Love You, Man and The Muppets. Fans of the performer were excited to learn that Jones’ next show would feature her in a lead role this time around. Titled Angie Tribeca, the show is created by Nancy and Steve Carell, with whom Jones worked previously on The Office. Joining Jones onscreen will be Gary Cole, Jere Burns, Deon Cole, and Andree Vermeulen. Alongside the announcement that the show will premiere in 2015, TBS has now released the first trailer for the series, which can be seen below. The rest of the trailers for TBS’ new shows can be seen here.
- Deepayan Sengupta
TBS has given a series order to a police comedy from “The Office” alum Steve Carell and his wife Nancy, with Rashida Jones starring. The series, which Carell directed the pilot for and bears the working title “Angie Tribeca,” revolves around an eccentric-but-brilliant group of Lapd detectives who investigate crime, reveal way too much personal information and refuse to rest until justice has been served … sort of. Carell's former “Office” mate Jones plays the title character, a lone wolf who's capable, committed, strong and not thrilled when her boss (played by Jere Burns) tells her she has to work »
- Tim Kenneally
Carell and his wife Nancy wrote the pilot for “Tribeca,” the single-cam half-hour that is a satire of police procedural shows, with Jones (pictured) playing an Lapd officer.
“Buzzy’s” revolves around a group of high school friends who work at a hair salon in Massachusetts. Kohan and Mutchnick exec produce for Warner Horizon TV. Ashley Tisdale, George Wendt and Lauren Lapkus star.
“Your Family Or Mine” is based on a Keshet format about »
- Cynthia Littleton
Steve Carell and his wife Nancy just sold a series to TBS.
The cable net has given a thumbs-up to Angie Tribeca, which will be a satire on police procedurals. The single-camera comedy will star Rashida Jones and will revolve around an eccentric group of Los Angeles detectives. Jones plays Angie Tribeca, a lone wolf who’s capable, committed, strong and not thrilled when her boss (Jere Burns, Justified) tells her she has to work with a new partner.
- Lynette Rice
Ahead of its upfront presentation next Wednesday, TBS has kicked off its new series pickups with a green light to the character-driven police comedy Angie Tribeca (working title, form. Tribeca), the brainchild of Steve and Nancy Carell. The network has ordered 10 episodes of the project starring Rashida Jones for a 2015 premiere. Also expected to get a TBS series order is hot comedy pilot The Buzzy’s. Angie Tribeca, which had been a frontrunner based on auspices alone, is a satirical look at police procedurals. The single-camera comedy, whose pilot was written by Steve and Nancy Carell and directed by Carell, focuses on an eccentric but brilliant group of Lapd detectives who investigate crime, reveal way too much personal information and refuse to rest until justice has been served…sort of. Jones plays Angie Tribeca, a lone wolf who’s capable, committed, strong and not thrilled when her boss (Burns) tells »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
Untitled Woody Allen Project
This would mark Stone's second film will Allen following "Magic in the Moonlight" which opens this Summer. [Source: Variety]
My All American
Aaron Eckhart ("Olympus Has Fallen") and Finn Wittrock ("Noah") have joined the cast of Angelo Pizzo's "My All American". Eckhart will play University of Texas football coach Darrell Royal, Wittrock will play Ut football great Freddie Steinmark. Filming begins next month in Austin, Texas.
Royal developed a special bond with Steinmark, a promising player whose career was cut shot by a cancerous tumor that took his leg. Steinmark coached the team's freshman defense and became an inspiration to cancer sufferers before the cancer took his life. [Source: Deadline]
- Garth Franklin
• Channing Tatum (Magic Mike) is attached to star in and produce an untitled ’70s-set crime thriller about a family man who must go undercover to take down a dangerous mob syndicate. Kristin Gore is penning the script, and Chicago/Academy Awards producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron will produce alongside Tatum and Reid Carolin for Sony. This summer Tatum can be seen in 22 Jump Street (June 13) and Jupiter Ascending (July 18). [THR]
- Lindsey Bahr
Justified's Jere Burns, Criminal Minds' Matthew Gray Gubler and musician-actress Schuyler Fisk will star in indie comedy Hot Air. The film centers around a burned out lothario (Burns) who fakes his own death in order to escape a life sentence in jail, only to meet the son he never knew he had (Gubler) at his own funeral. Fisk plays Summer, a love interest for Gubler's character. Photos: Cowboys and Bad Guys on the Set of 'Justified' Derek Sieg, who directed 2006's Swedish Auto starring Lukas Haas and January Jones, will direct from a script he wrote with Jeremy Goldstein.
- Rebecca Ford
For five seasons, Jere Burns’ character on Justified has come and gone, weaved in and out of plotlines — always on the wrong side of the law, but with fluid allegiances all the same. But now Wynn Duffy is a regular on the FX hit, trying to make a go at running the drug trade in Harlan County, Ky., with his current associate and sometimes nemesis Boyd Crowder (Walton Goggins). Burns’ run on Justified mirrors his career in some ways, as an actor who pops up now and again and every so often scores a big hit. Since he made … Continue reading →
- Stacey Harrison
Debuting in 2010, Justified has been a solid ratings performer for FX . Will that trend continue or will the numbers fall this season? Stay tuned to find out.
In this season of Justified, Deputy Us Marshal Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) confronts the Crowes -- this lawless Florida family intent on settling in Harlan with new criminal enterprises. Others in the cast are Walton Goggins, Nick Searcy, Jacob Pitts, Erica Tazel, Joelle Carter, Jere Burns, and Michael Rapaport.
The ratings are typically the best indication of a show's chances of staying on the air. The higher the ratings, the better the chances for survival. This chart will be updated as new ratings data becomes available.
Final season averages: 0.8 rating in the 18-49 demographic with 2.29 million total viewers.
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