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On Saturday as I screened Episode 2 of Justified Season 5 (premiering Jan. 7), I was prompted to declare on Twitter that “All the actors” appear in the coming cycle of the FX drama. Or at least it feels that way.
Many tweeted at me for details, so I hereby offer up this “role call.” Some of it, yes, has been reported here (and elsewhere) or glimpsed in publicity stills, while the rest, best I can tell, managed to slip under the radar. (But sorry, Twitter follower Ken: No Jennifer Lawrence.)
Video | Justified Trailer: Trigger-Happy Raylan? Check. Badass Boyd? Criminal Cretins? Check.
- Matt Webb Mitovich
As 2013 comes to a close, you’re reading a lot of Top 10 lists. And as if EW’s 10 Best TV shows picks from Doc Jensen and Melissa Maerz weren’t enough fuel for debate, we also have our annual list of the 10 Best TV Episodes. Take a look through that countdown — which includes the obvious (Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, The Good Wife) and not-so-obvious (Inside Amy Schumer and The Mindy Project tie at No. 10) — then tell us the one episode you’d have advocated for that didn’t make it.
My pick: Justified’s “Decoy,” an hour that became »
- Mandi Bierly
(Cbr) Long time indeed, Raylan. Too long. FX has released a new trailer for the fifth season of "Justified", which premieres next month. The minute-long trailer teases much of what the new season has in store: Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) will tangle with dimwitted Dewey Crowe’s extended family, led by Michael Rapaport as Daryl Crowe. Boyd Crowder (Walton Goggins), meanwhile, joins forces with cockroachian criminal Wynn Duffy, played newly-minuted series regular Jere Burns. And a whole bunch of people get shot or arrested. Just another day in Harlan County. "Justified" returns on Jan. 7. (Source: TV Line) »
- Josh Wigler, Comic Book Resources
With her recurring role on Mad Men, Alison Brie is no stranger to having a chunk of her dialogue cut up and thrown into one of the show's notoriously vague episode trailers. Now Brie's other show, Community, is up to the same tricks, mimicking Mad Men's style in a clever new teaser for the show's upcoming fifth season. It will leave you wondering who's on the receiving end of a nasty "Shame on you!" from Annie (Brie) – though odds are it's Jeff (Joel McHale).
The clip offers plenty of »
"I don't suppose you boys are unarmed." Timothy Olyphant will once again don the hat of U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens for the fifth season of "Justified," premiering Tuesday, January 7 at 10pm on FX. The show, which was developed by Graham Yost from a character created by Elmore Leonard, has been one of the most consistently entertaining on television, with Raylan dealing out justice in Harlan County, Kentucky. FX's trailer for the new season, below, also features the excellent Walton Goggins returning as Boyd Crowder, as well as newcomers Michael Rapaport, who plays Darryl Crowe Jr., and Amy Smart as an apparent new love interest for Raylan. »
- Alison Willmore
"I don't suppose you boys are unarmed." Timothy Olyphant will once again don the hat of U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens for the fifth season of "Justified," premiering Tuesday, January 7 at 10pm on FX. The show, which was developed by Graham Yost from a character created by Elmore Leonard, has been one of the most consistently entertaining on television, with Raylan dealing out justice in Harlan County, Kentucky. FX's trailer for the new season, below, also features the excellent Walton Goggins returning as Boyd Crowder, as well as newcomers Michael Rapaport, who plays Darryl Crowe Jr., and Amy Smart as an apparent new love interest for Raylan.
- Alison Willmore
If you’re not watching Timothy Olyphant as U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens in the FX channel’s “Justified”, then you are seriously missing out on one great show. This is possibly the best show that most people have never heard of, and I’ll keep saying that because, year after year, it just keeps getting better and better. There’s almost zero filler from episode to episode, unlike a lot of network TV. Check out a new, full trailer for the show’s upcoming Season 3, featuring Raylan doing what he does best — which, if you’re a fan of the show, you know that involves being cool, shooting people, and charming the ladies. Plus, Walton Goggins as Boyd is also back, of course, now knee-deep in criminal activity — basically, not a whole lot has changed with him, either. Season 5 of “Justified” resumes this January 7th with the episode “A »
As we've noted elsewhere, 2013 offered a depth and breadth of quality TV that we've never seen before -- there were more good shows in more places than at anytime in the medium's history.
So Zap2it's annual rundown of the best episodes of the year is going to be a sizable one. Over the next couple of weeks, each member of the staff will present his or her favorites. Expect the first show on the list below to show up more than once.
'Breaking Bad' - 'To'hajiilee,' 'Ozymandias' and 'Granite State'
It wouldn't be hard to make an argument for almost any -- or all of -- "Breaking Bad's" final eight episodes to be included on a list of the year's best episodes, but the three that immediately precede the series finale are the best of the best. Walter White's (Bryan Cranston) began crumbling the moment »
There are two questions on every Community fan’s mind as the cult comedy’s fifth season (bowing Jan. 2 at 8/7c) draws near: How will Donald Glover‘s beloved study grouper Troy Barnes — who’ll appear in just five of the upcoming 13 episodes — be written off the canvas? And will his send-off be a satisfying one?
TVLine dropped by “Greendale” just days after the actor wrapped production, and while the mood on set was slightly somber (“I really, really, really miss him,” Yvette Nicole Brown confessed), the entire cast was in enthusiastic agreement about just how fitting a farewell his alter ego ultimately receives. »
- Megan Masters
Now with less Chevy Chase.Cult NBC sitcom Community will return to screens for its fifth season on 2nd January under the guidance of creator and original showrunner Dan Harmon (Rick and Morty), after he was removed for season four. It's no coincidence that was the programme's weakest year.
As Jeff Winger (Joel McHale) graduated at the end of the last season, Harmon has essentially reset the show, bringing him back as a teacher. In Community's typically meta style, this 'revamp' is constantly alluded to its latest trailer - a semi-parody of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug - which you can watch below.
Another production in-joke comes when pop culture nerd Abed (Danny Pudi) compares the new start to season nine of Scrubs, in which Zach Braff only appeared for the first six episodes. Troy (Donald Glover) then rants against Braff, arguing that quitting disrespected the medical series that made him. »
- Oliver Davis
Who’s the new woman in Dinozzo’s NCIS life? What’s the latest on Once Upon a Time‘s beautiful new baddie? Will Klaus have company when he returns to Vampire Diaries? Who’s been replaced in Community‘s study group? Read on for answers to those questions plus teases from other shows.
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Anything interesting coming up for Dinozzo on NCIS? –Mel
Fielding your query, show boss Gary Glasberg says, “Tony has had a year of real change and growth so far. Ziva said goodbye. Bishop said hello. »
- Matt Webb Mitovich
"Community" Season 5 returns on Jan. 2. Obviously, an event of this magnitude (Pop! Pop!) deserves an epic trailer video. That is exactly what NBC has delivered in one of the most ridiculously over-the-top ad in television history.
Drawing from scenes from several Season 5 episodes -- and noting that this season of "Community" comes from the guy (Dan Harmon) who brought us seasons 1 through 3 -- this particular trailer is thoroughly entertaining. If this is what "Community" fans have in store for them over the next few months, then perhaps the oft-shouted "six seasons and a movie" mantra isn't too far off.
Note: In a fan-friendly touch, the voiceover of "six seasons and a movie!" comes from Abed in the clip-show episode, the phrase's origin.
Related: 5 spoilers from the "Community" Season 5 premiere.
What are some highlights in the video?
"Son of a b****! After everything 'Scrubs' did for him? »
Community's lovable gang of misfits have crossed the darkest timeline of Season Four and are set to return to their beloved study room. The beleaguered, but still breathing, NBC sitcom is set for an hour-long premiere on January 2nd and, with creator Dan Harmon back at the helm, Season Five is looking up with a brand new trailer full of meta-pocalyptic hilarity.
The epic trailer suggests the new season might be centered around a Lord of the Rings spoof, in which Troy (Donald Glover) is violated by the "ass-crack »
A new, movie-style trailer for the Thursday, Jan. 2 return of NBC’s Community riffs on Lord of the Rings, in its epic-ness and tone, but perhaps has its most fun acknowledging the elephant in the room: Donald Glover‘s decision to exit the series after a handful of Season 5 episodes.
As seen in the two-and-a-half-minute promo, Abed likens the events of the season opener, titled “Repilot,” to a, well, repiloting, in which a network re-launches a show under a sliiightly different guise. Kinda like what Scrubs »
- Matt Webb Mitovich
Sons of Anarchy, Season 6: Episode 13 – “A Mother’s Work”
Directed by Kurt Sutter
Well, there you go. That was the season six finale of Sons of Anarchy. Are we better off as viewers of this show thirteen episodes later? I don’t know, but my gut instinct is this: not really. What I get from the deaths of Clay and now Tara is that these actors were fantastic talents caught in a rut of a tragic show – tragic not just in the Greek, dramatic tragic sense, which this series certainly exemplifies, but tragic in how misused many of these superb elements have been lately. Maggie Siff, especially, displays how high the standard of quality Sons of Anarachy is on paper in “A Mother’s Work.” Even though a lot of the magnetism between Jax and Tara had been gone and seeing the »
- Sean Colletti
As they are wont to do, the folks at the FX Channel’s uber cool Western series “Justified” have released a pair of quickie, but very stylish promos spots for the upcoming fifth season of “Justified”. Both spots so far have featured Raylan Givens’ iconic hat in various stages of, well, despair. Check them both out below. The premiere episode of Season 5 kicks off January 7, 2014, with “A Murder of Crowes”, which will find everyone’s tough-as-nails U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) heading down south to Florida to deal with the Crowe family. I recommend that means an appearance by everyone’s favorite nimrod Crowe, Dewey Crowe. Meanwhile, bad guy/sorta good guy Boyd (Walton Goggins) goes to Detroit to find a missing shipment of drugs. The first spot is called “Tracks”, while the second one is “Roadkill”. I reckon those are indications that the show is leaving its »
"Community" has cast Chris Elliott ("Eagleheart") for Season 5 of the comedy. But Elliott is not alone -- of the many guest stars announced for the upcoming season, who is the most anticipated of all?
For the record, Elliott will be playing Russell Borchert, the legendary founder of Greendale Community College. He went missing many years earlier, following a strange sex scandal. According to EW.com, the episode telling the tale of Borchert will most likely air in May of 2014.
But where does Chris Elliott rank when it comes to anticipated guest stars on "Community." Check out our list of 10 of the other big stars and then vote for your most-anticipated actor below!
Probably the first guest star we'll see, Banks is taking up the mantle of "crazy, »
Is anyone not guest-starring on Community this season? Already Vince Gilligan, Jonathan Banks, Walton Goggins, Mitch Hurwitz, David Cross, and Nathan Fillion have been tapped. Before the day is through, don’t be surprised if the show also casts Cybil Shepard, Bob Dole running mate Jack Kemp, and you for guest spots. Until then, TV Line reports that Chris Elliott will be stopping by. He’ll play the founder of Greendale Community College, Russell Borchert, who vanished decades ago because of a sex scandal. What’s that? Apparently, retired infomercial pitchman Ron Popeil, 2012 Nobel laureate for literature Mo Yan, and the Ikea Monkey have also just been cast. (One will have an affair with Annie’s Boobs, but which?) »
- Jesse David Fox
TVLine has learned that the Saturday Night Live alum will guest-star in a spring episode of NBC’s cult comedy (returning Thursday, Jan. 2 at 8/7c), playing the eccentric founder of Gcc.
No word on why Elliott’s Russell Borchert resurfaces; we only know that he vanished off the face of the planet Greendale campus decades ago, following a bizarre sex scandal.
Season 5 of Community already boasts an impressive »
- Megan Masters
The Eagle(heart) has landed at Greendale.
Eagleheart star Chris Elliott will guest-star in an upcoming episode of Community, EW has learned. The veteran comedic actor (Get A Life, There’s Something About Mary) assumes the role of Russell Borchert, the quirky founder of Greendale Community College who went missing many years ago after a bizarre sex scandal. His episode will likely air in May.
Elliott joins a long list of famous folks who will grace this fifth season of Community, including Nathan Fillion, Walton Goggins, Jonathan Banks, Vince Gilligan, David Cross, Robert Patrick, Tim Heidecker, Eric Wareheim, Rob Corddry, »
- Dan Snierson
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