Justified returns just over one month. We'll give you a chance to hoot and holler...
Celebration over? Good, now let's get down to the business of Raylan Givens. Timothy Olyphant reprises this intense role on January 17, on a season premiere titled "The Gunfighter." According to the just-released, official FX description, here is what viewers can look forward to on that episode:
The arrival of a dangerous new player in Lexington puts Raylan on a collision course with a sadistic Dixie Mafia hitman.
Look for Neal McDonough and Mykelti Williamson to play key roles this winter and, of course, for the relationship between Boyd and Raylan to continue to evolve. Or devolve, as this season three clip appears to depict. Scroll through a few photos from the opening episode below, and then return to your hooting and your hollering...
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You know what I love most about the FX Channel’s “Justified”? That as cool and badass as Raylan Givens, the show’s hero, is, he’s not above getting his ass kicked, shot, or trapped. In believe you me, Raylan Givens is pretty damn cool and badass. In fact, getting his ass handed to him happens pretty damn regularly on the show, which is just dang endearing. Check out a new clip from the show’s upcoming Season 3 (courtesy of Subway, if you can believe it; when I think “Justified”, I don’t exactly think Subway, but whatever), which finds Raylan (Timothy Olyphant) and his childhood buddy turned nemesis turned ally turned sorta-nemesis Boyd Crowder (the awesome Walton Goggins) having a little talk that gets, er, a tad out of control. (Also, glad to see Jacob Pitts’ Tim Gutterson getting something to do. God knows he was barely in the show last season. »
The Sitter may be inspired by Adventures in Babysitting, but it's certainly not an improvement on the 1987 classic. The plot is very similar: a babysitter and three kids set out on a simple mission to get something, and along the way, they get mixed up with a bad guy and have to have it all resolved in time to get the children in bed. But a recycled plot is not the only thing that's unoriginal about The Sitter - the movie feels cobbled together with parts of other, funnier films. To save you a trip to the theater, I've named five movies below that share elements with The Sitter - but are far better - that you should watch instead. Superbad: Noah is the exact same character that Jonah Hill played in Superbad: horny, self-centered, and obnoxious but witty. Even if you're a Hill fan, there's no reason »
- Shannon Vestal
"Supernatural" fans are anxiously awaiting the show's post-holiday return on January 6 to find out whether or not Bobby actually kicked the bucket -- but it appears that Jim Beaver is already moving on.
"Just booked a new arc on 'Justified.' Could be as many as 7 episodes, maybe more. Same character as last time," Beaver tweeted on Dec. 8.
Zap2it confirms that Beaver has been booked for episode 307 and 309, with an option to expand the role in a multi-episode arc.
Beaver, who worked with "Justified" star Timothy Olyphant on "Deadwood" as well, previously appeared in the Season 2 episode "Cottonmouth." His character, Shelby, is a mine manager who narrowly escaped death after getting caught in a heist.
Beaver has appeared on many series during his run on "Supernatural," including "Breaking Bad," "The Mentalist," and a major "Harper's Island" role -- so the fact that he's working elsewhere doesn't necessarily speak to Bobby's condition on the show. »
You don’t need bling or gold teeth to be gangsta. Timothy Olyphant and company bring the nitty and gritty every week on the FX Channel’s criminally underappreciated “Justified” TV series. It continues to boggle my mind why this show hasn’t gotten more mainstream love. Mind you, not that I’m too mad; as long as the show continues to be popular with its fans, and the FX Channel is satisfied with its ratings, and we keep getting new seasons, that’s all that matters. The show has been putting out some pretty slick, visually exciting TV spots lately. Here are three more — two new ones and one old one that I somehow missed, but thanks to the show’s YouTube Channel, have found. Hooray for YouTube. “Justified” Season 3, starring Timothy Olyphant, Walton Goggins, Natalie Zea, and Joelle Carter, swings back into action January 17, 2012. (In case you missed them, »
The FX folks have revealed some of their plans for the new year and they include the returns of Justified and Archer as well as the premiere of a new animated series, Unsupervised.
FX's unique animated spy comedy, Archer, also returns for its third season. Three special episodes aired in September and the remaining 13 new episodes will kick off on Thursday, January 19th at 10pm. The season will continue through April 12th.
Unsupervised, another animated comedy, will follow Archer on the schedule and premiere on January 19th at 10:30pm. It revolves around a pair of optimistic teenage friends who try to do the right thing. The cable channel ordered 13 installments »
FX Teases Justified Season 3
It’s time to put on the cowboy hat, dust off the boots, grab your guns, and celebrate all that is manly, macho, and on the razor’s edge of legal with the four new promo videos we have for Season 3 of FX’s Justified.
If the teaser videos provided by FX are any clue, the new season of Justified is going to have lots of gunfire. As in, lots and lots of gunfire. We peeked at the first video before, but it still does a great job of setting the mood as Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) and Boyd Crowder (Walton Goggins) load up and get ready to put some serious hurt on some unlucky fool.
The second teaser lives up to the name because it’s a definite tease. Boyd is searching through the woods with a group of men. We don’t know who »
- Marty Shaw
FX has released two new promos for Season 3 of Justified, which debuts on Tuesday, January 17 at 10 Pm Et. Click on the video players below for an early look at what should be another explosive season of this critically-acclaimed series starring Timothy Olyphant and Walton Goggins.
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Get ready to wave goodbye to 2011 and say hello to 2012 and a new season of Justified. Season 3 kicks off on Jan 17 and FX has just released four new teasers to get viewers psyched up for more Raylan (Timothy Olyphant) and Boyd (Walton Goggins) action. Check them out below, and let us know what you’re looking forward to the most in Justified Season 3. Face Off The Hat Dusk Faces ‘Archer’ Season 3 And FX’S New Animated Series ‘Unsupervised’ Premiere This January More Justified News
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- Bags H.
In January, make sure your guns are loaded, your cowboy hat is fitted, and your spy plane is fueled for take off because FX has set the dates for the return of Justified and Archer and the premiere of their new animated show Unsupervised. Justified will begin its third season on Tuesday, January 17, 2012 at 10 Pm Et/Pt. Some of the of the events to look forward to include what happens now that the power of the Bennett Clan is gone and Boyd Crowder (Walton Goggins) back in the saddle. Will he return as a thorn in U.S. Marshal Raylan Given’s (Tim Olyphant) side or will he be an ally. Those TV Spots have been awfully vague and intentionally obscure. Also will Ava Crowder (Joelle Carter) find a new purpose at Boyd’s side, or will she be affected by the death and the advice of Helen Givens (Linda Gehringer »
- Ernie Estrella
FX has set the midseason premiere dates for the channel's original series, including "Justified," "Archer" and the new animated comedy series "Unsupervised." Here is the full press release: FX, basic cable's leader for scripted programming year-round, has announced release dates for two of its returning hits, as well as a brand new animated comedy series. FX opens the new year with the return of the Emmy Award(R)-winning hit drama Justified on January 17, and will continue to run Tuesdays at 10 Pm Et/Pt. Starring Timothy Olyphant as "U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens," Justified is based on the works of crime novelist Elmore Leonard, including Leonard's short story Fire in the Hole. The end of Season 2 brought about the end of the Bennett »
The FX network has revealed its midseason schedule changes. The cable channel announced the return of popular series Justified and Archer, as well as the premiere of new series Unsupervised on Monday. Justified, which stars Timothy Olyphant, will begin its third season on Tuesday, January 17 at 10pm. The drama recently added three additional cast members in Neal McDonough and Mykelti Williamson along with Carla Gugino. Walking Dead actor Pruitt Taylor Vince has also signed on for a guest role. Season three of (more) »
- By Jennifer Still
FX has set January premiere dates for two returning shows and one new series.
"Justified" will kick off its third season at 10 p.m. Et Tuesday, Jan. 17, the cable channel says. The season premiere of "Archer" and a new animated comedy, "Unsupervised," will follow two days later on Thursday, Jan. 19.
Season 3 of "Justified" (which FX started promoting last week) will find U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) running up against corrupt politics in Harlan, as well as an "enterprising and lethal" criminal from Detroit and a mysterious man named "Limehouse."
Oh, and there's also the fact that Boyd (Walton Goggins) has decided to retun to the criminal life -- although he'll have competition for the title of top dog in Harlan's lawless class.
"Archer" will begin its third season at 10 p.m. Jan. 19 and try to build on the ratings momentum its three-episode "Heart of Archness" run generated in September. »
We've already learned that Burt Reynolds is stopping by Archer as himself, and seen a brief tease of the forthcoming third season of Justified with Timothy Olyphant, and now FX has announced when all this goodness will premiere for their midseason schedule in January. The cable network revealed in a press release that Justified will make its anticipated return on Tuesday, January 17th in its normal 10/9c timeslot with the new season following Raylan Givens' nemesis Boyd Crowder and his crew learning they aren’t the only ones making a play to rule the Harlan underworld. Now Raylan finds himself facing off against dirty politics, hidden fortunes, a mysterious man named “Limehouse” and an enterprising and lethal criminal from the Motor City. Hit the jump for more, including the premiere dates for Archer and the new animated series Unsupervised. In addition, Archer will follow just two days later for its »
- Ethan Anderton
It’s soon time to head back to Harlan County.
FX has announced that the third season of Justified will bow on Tuesday, January 17 at 10/9c.
Additionally, Archer will kick off its third season on Thursday, January 19 at 10/9, followed by the premiere of the new animated teen buddy comedy Unsupervised.
Per FX, “Boyd [Walton Goggins] and his crew will find they aren’t the only ones making a play to rule the Harlan underworld. Now »
- Michael Ausiello
FX has announced its mid-season schedule, with premiere dates for "Justified," "Archer" and the new animated comedy "Unsupervised," created by a trio of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" producers. The third season of "Justified" will debut Tuesday, January 17 at 10 p.m. Neal McDonough and Mykelti Williamson - both alums of Graham Yost's short-lived NBC cop drama "Boomtown" - will be on hand as two of this season's villains, along with returning stars Timothy Olyphant, Walton Goggins and company. "Archer" begins its third season two nights later, Thursday, January 19, also at 10 p.m. (And this release will give me the »
- Alan Sepinwall
FX has set its midseason lineup, announcing return dates for Justified and Archer and a premiere date for freshman comedy Unsupervised. Season 3 of the cabler's Timothy Olyphant drama Justified will premiere Tuesday, Jan. 17 at 10 p.m. to see U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens square off against a new round of enemies. Photos: 'Justified': Behind the Scenes Gallery The third season of animated comedy Archer will bow two nights later on Thursday, Jan. 19 at 10 p.m. and be followed by the series premiere of animated comedy Unsupervised, from It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia exec producers Rob
- Lesley Goldberg
FX, basic cable's leader for scripted programming year-round, has announced release dates for two of its returning hits, as well as a brand new animated comedy series.
FX opens the new year with the return of the Emmy Award-winning hit drama Justified on January 17, and will continue to run Tuesdays at 10 Pm Et/Pt. Starring Timothy Olyphant as "U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens," Justified is based on the works of crime novelist Elmore Leonard, including Leonard's short story Fire in the Hole. The end of Season 2 brought about the end of the Bennett family's hold over Harlan County and the return of Raylan's old nemesis/friend Boyd Crowder to the criminal life. This season, Boyd and his crew will find they aren't the only ones making a play to rule the Harlan underworld. Now Raylan finds himself facing off against dirty politics, hidden fortunes, a mysterious man named "Limehouse" and »
Justified Season 3: Raylan Shoots Drugs in New Teaser
Justified is coming back for its third season in January, and already promos for the new series are hitting the web. Just a few days ago, we posted the teaser video featuring Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) and Boyd Crowder (Walton Goggins) shooting up an alleyway. Now, we have a new Justified season 3 trailer, this one even shorter than the last.
Clocking in at fifteen seconds, the new promo starts off by focusing in on a bottle of Oxycontin, labelled "1/17 Harlan." Suddenly, there's a gunshot and the bottle explodes, with pills flying everywhere. The next shot reveals Raylan sitting on the opposite end of the pretty decrepit porch in a lawn chair. He lowers his gun, then lowers his hat over his face, reclining and once again proving himself to be the epitome of the cool lawman.
After all, cleaning up Harlan's »
- Sam McPherson
Intensity and drama are the name of the game in the clip for Justified Season 3 as we see Raylan (Olyphant) step out of his car and approach a scene with caution. With determination on his face, he pulls his pistol and prepares for a showdown. Meanwhile, Boyd Crowder (Walton Goggins) gets ready to unload his shotgun into an unsuspecting target. Is the childhood friendship between these two about end in a blaze of glory?
Probably not, because Raylan and Boyd aren’t targeting each other. I don’t know who they’re aiming for or what this person did to get on their bad side but it looks »
- Marty Shaw
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