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While the current television season may be gearing up for a winter break, we’ll have plenty of great stuff headed our way in January, thanks to a host of new premiere dates from FX and its sister spin-off network Fxx.
First out the gate are the FX series. Archer‘s sixth season will begin on Thursday, January 8th at 10 p.m., Justified will return for a sixth and final season on Tuesday, January 20th at 10 p.m. (with guest stars Sam Elliot, Garret Dillahunt and Jeff Fahey), and The Americans returns for its third season on Wednesday, January 28th at 10 p.m.
Over on Fxx, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia returns for its tenth season on Wednesday, January 14th at 10 p.m., followed by the debut of new comedy series Man Seeking Woman that same night at 10:30 p.m. The series stars Jay Baruchel, Eric Andre, Britt Lower and Maya Erskine. »
- James Garcia
Get ready for a lot of FX — and Fxx — programming early in the new year, as the cable networks today announced January premiere dates for "Justified," "Archer," "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia," "The Americans" and the new "Man Seeking Woman." First, the premieres on FX proper. "Archer" has its sixth season premiere (which will quickly dispense with the unfortunately-coincidental Isis name) on Thursday, January 8 at 10 p.m. "Justified" returns for its sixth and final season on Tuesday, January 20 on 10 p.m., with guest stars this year to include Sam Elliott, Garret Dillahunt and Jeff Fahey. "The Americans" returns for its third season the following week, on Wednesday, January 28 at 10 p.m. (FX also said the "American Horror Story: Freak Show" finale will air on January 21.) Over at spin-off channel Fxx, which has been revitalized thanks to its "Simpsons" repeats, "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" returns for its 10th season on Wednesday, »
- Alan Sepinwall
Spoiler alert: In the Nov. 11 episode of Sons of Anarchy, "Faith and Despondency," Venus (Walton Goggins) and Tig (Kim Coates) took their relationship to the next level—then almost called it quits. The always eloquent Goggins, who's recurred as the transgender escort for three seasons, talked to EW about filming their emotional conversation—and where he thinks Venus and Tig went afterward. Bonus for Justified fans, he also got us psyched for that show's final season, which premieres in January. (He's about to start shooting episode six.) EW: Venus and Tig's heart-to-heart follows Jarry and Chibs' combative love scene. It »
- Mandi Bierly
The feud between Raylan Givens and Boyd Crowder is heating up — quite literally — in the teaser for the “Justified’s” sixth and final season.
FX recently announced that Sam Elliott and Garret Dillahunt are joining the modern cowboy drama in its final season, set to premiere early next year. The show is produced by Sony Pictures Television and FX Productions.
- Alex Stedman
Title: Just Before I Go Director: Courteney Cox Starring: Seann William Scott, Olivia Thirlby, Garret Dillahunt, Kate Walsh, Rob Riggle, Elisha Cuthbert, Kyle Gallner and Evan Ross Struggling to find purpose in life can be a stressful journey for many people, especially as they try to relate to those around them and identify the reasons why they haven’t succeeded in achieving their goals. The new comedy-drama ‘Just Before I Go,’ which marks the feature film directorial debut of Courteney Cox and recently screened at the 17th Savannah Film Festival, intriguingly chronicles how a man who feels like he’ll never receive the validation he wants from the people in his life [ Read More ]
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- Karen Benardello
A Lost boy is headed to Harlan. Jeff Fahey, also known as Frank Lapidus on Lost and Duke Perkins on Under the Dome, has signed on for a multi-episode guest gig on the sixth and final season of Justified, FX confirms. Fahey will play Zachariah Randolph, a weathered and shaky sixtysomething man who is well-worn from a life of hardship and alcohol. He is also described as a "an old coot from the hill country" who "can still find his way around an abandoned mine shaft." The Kentucky-set crime drama, which begins its final run of episodes in January, has »
- Dan Snierson
FX's Justified will return for its sixth and final season in January, and while the additions of Sam Elliott and Garret Dillahunt to the cast recently made headlines, the first teaser puts the focus firmly on Timothy Olyphant's Raylan and Walton Goggins' Boyd. Watch EW's exclusive first look below. It's a reminder that Raylan was ready to leave Harlan (alive) until he decided to do one final thing—set Ava (Joelle Carter) up to rat on Boyd, presumably to help Vasquez (Rick Gomez) and Rachel (Erica Tazel) get to Boyd's new business partner, Katherine Hale (Mary Steenburgen). The »
- Mandi Bierly
London — Goldcrest Films has acquired all international rights to the true-life adventure “Against the Sun.” Pic is toplined by Tom Felton, who starred as Draco Malfoy in the “Harry Potter” pics, as well as playing in “Rise of the Planet of the Apes” and “Fangs of War.”
“Against the Sun” tells the true-life story of three U.S. navy airmen who battle for survival after their torpedo bomber crash lands in the South Pacific six weeks after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
The film, which also stars Garret Dillahunt (“12 Years a Slave,” “Looper,” Fox hit comedy “Raising Hope”) and Jake Abel (“Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters”), will have its market premiere at the American Film Market this November, and is due for release in the U.S. in late January 2015.
- Leo Barraclough
FX is re-committing to its two recent relationship comedies. FX Networks has renewed its freshman comedies “Married” and “You're the Worst,” with each series receiving an order for a 13-episode second season. Also read: Sam Elliott, Garret Dillahunt Join FX's ‘Justified’ “You're the Worst,” however, will move to sister station Fxx for its second season. “We love these shows and the creative visions of Andrew Gurland of ‘Married’ and Stephen Falk of ‘You're the Worst,'” said Nick Grad, president of original programming, FX Networks and FX Productions. “Both series have terrific ensemble casts and outstanding lead performances – Nat Faxon and Judy Greer in. »
- Tim Kenneally
Based on the graphic novel of the same name, The Scribbler follows Suki (Katie Cassidy), a young woman who is confronting her destructive mental illness by using an experimental method, called The Siamese Burn, that’s designed to eliminate multiple personalities. Surrounded by a colorful cast of characters who keep ending up dead, Suki begins to wonder just which personality might turn out to be her. Directed by John Suits, the film also stars Garret Dillahunt, Michelle Trachtenberg, Michael Imperioli, Gina Gershon, Eliza Dushku, Billy Campbell and Sasha Grey. During this exclusive phone interview with Collider, actress Katie Cassidy talked about how she fought for this role, how hands-on the development of the character was, how much the tattoos and piercings helped her become Suki, that she wanted to burn the wig when she was done with the shoot, working in Linda Vista Community Hospital, which is said to be haunted, »
- Christina Radish
Title: The Scribbler Director: John Suits Cast: Katie Cassidy, Michelle Trachtenberg, Eliza Dushku, Gina Gershon, Sasha Grey, Garret Dillahunt, Michael Imperioli, Billy Campbell Running time: 88 minutes, Rated R In theaters and available on VOD and iTunes 09.19.14 Based on the graphic novel by Daniel Schaffer is the story of Suki (Katie Cassidy), a young woman whom has just been released into the real world after a stint in the nuthouse, diagnosed with dissociative identity disorder. All new releases are forced to live in a dilapidated high rise apartment building with other released patients – a building dubbed “The Suicide Suites.” There Suki meets a collective of colorful characters like [ Read More ]
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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
Crazy people don't play by the rules! Suki has trouble expressing herself without a pen, which doesn't quite make sense until she spells out why in our exclusive clip from the new thriller The Scribbler. Katie Cassidy stars as a young woman trying to erase her multiple personalities through the use of an experimental machine. Things don't go so well when one of the personalities refuses to leave. Watch as Suki takes us through the side-effects of the Siamese Burn, in theaters this weekend. Plus, we have a bonus clip released earlier today!
The Scribbler follows Suki, a young woman confronting her destructive mental illness using "The Siamese Burn," an experimental machine designed to eliminate multiple personalities. The closer Suki comes to being "cured," she's haunted by a thought... what if the last unwanted identity turns out to be her?
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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
Despite a game lead performance from smallscreen star Katie Cassidy (“Arrow”) as a young woman with multiple personality disorder and an incorrigible punk attitude, this latest low-budget outing from helmer John Suits simply doesn’t have the imagination or resources necessary to pull off its clumsy stabs at visual pizzazz. Instead, the result resembles what Zack Snyder’s maligned curio “Sucker Punch” might have looked like if it had been made by “Sharknado” producers the Asylum. Prefabricated for a cult following unlikely to ever materialize, “The Scribbler” faces a bleak future beyond the margins of a Sept. 19 day-and-date limited theatrical/VOD release followed by a homevid bow one month later.
Schaffer adapts his own source material here, opting to tell a paper-thin story in a frustratingly convoluted way. Pic opens with Suki (Cassidy) defending herself to a crusty cop (Michael Imperioli) and sympathetic criminal psychologist (Eliza Dushku) after a string »
- Geoff Berkshire
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
Justified is adding some new faces to its sixth and final season.
Garret Dillahunt (Raising Hope, Burn Notice) and veteran actor Sam Elliott (whose most recent TV gig was Parks and Recreation) will recur on the FX drama, which returns January 2015, the network announced today.
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Dillahunt will play Walker, a spec-ops veteran who handles security for a quasi-legal businessman. The combined irritants of Raylan and Boyd will bring to the surface the monster lurking beneath his cold exterior.
Elliott, meanwhile, has been cast as legendary Kentucky gangster Markham, who »
Justified is going out with a bang. The FX series is enlisting Sam Elliott and Garret Dillahunt for its sixth and final season, set to begin January 2015. Elliott will portray Markham, a legendary Kentucky gangster who returns from exile with a private army and a lot of cash — thanks to the legal weed he grew in Colorado — determined to win back his empire and lost love Katherine Hale (Mary Steenburgen). His quest is thwarted by Katherine herself, who secretly believes Markham brought down her husband. He isn't exactly chummy with Raylan (Timothy Olyphant) either. Dillahunt will portray Walker, a special
- Bryn Elise Sandberg
They have joined the cast of FX’s modern cowboy drama “Justified” in recurring roles in its upcoming sixth and final season.
Elliott will play Markham, a former Kentucky gangster who returns from exile in Colorado with a fortune earned growing legal marijuana in the state. He comes back to reclaim his former empire and his one-time love, Katherine Hale (Mary Steenburgen).
Dillahunt’s character, Walker, brings special ops and combat zone experience — along with buried demons and simmering rage — to his work as the head of security for a semi-legal businessman. If five seasons of the critically-acclaimed “Justified” are any indication, it stands to reason that Timothy Olyphant’s Raylan Givens will have some part in unearthing those demons and revealing that rage.
- Kevin Noonan
Want two reasons to get Very excited about the final season of "Justified"? Sam Elliott and Garret Dillahunt are joining the cast. Yup, for Raylan Givens' last round-up, Graham Yost has brought in a couple of ringers, adding longtime cinematic gunslinger Elliott and yet another "Deadwood" alum — one who played two different roles opposite Timothy Olyphant on that show (one pictured above) — in Dillahunt. According to the press release, Elliott will play somewhat against type as Markham, "a legendary Kentucky gangster who returns from exile with a private army and bags of cash" to win back the love of his life, Mary Steenburgen's Katherine Hale. Dillahunt, meanwhile, will play Walker, "a spec ops veteran who's spent much of the last decade deployed in combat zones, first as a soldier and most recently as a private contractor," who now works private security in the States and runs afoul of both Raylan and Boyd. »
- Alan Sepinwall
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