9 items from 2014
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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The explosives have begun to go off in the “Year of the Crowes” FX’s Justified with just two episodes left. Art Mullen’s (Nick Searcy) been shot and his deputies need to step up while he lies on a hospital bed in critical condition. Raylan Given’s (Timothy Olyphant) struggle with the Crowe family reached the point of no return, as has the partnership between Boyd Crowder (Walton Goggins) and Wynn Duffy (Jere Burns). Oh and Ava (Joelle Carter) has just asserted herself as an alpha in the prison system and builds her own criminal rep. Five years in, Justified continues to help lead the pack of superb television and as always there are plenty of cogs in motion, and we’ve got Executive Producer/Showrunner Graham Yost on board to talk about this current and next year’s final season, how their writer’s room is unique, and »
- Ernie Estrella
What's coming up on "Justified" as it heads into its final season that begins this fall? Ava (Joelle Carter) gets out jail -- that was confirmed by producer Dave Andron at the Television Academy panel I moderated on Wednesday night -- but she may have boosted prominence in story lines that focus on the series' original trio. Timothy Olyphant said that he hopes the final season has special emphasis on those characters that launched the pilot episode back in March, 2010: Ava, Raylan (Olyphant) and Boyd (Walton Goggins). His touching thoughts on the matter are among the highlights of the panel chat -- along with the interplay between Olyphant and Goggins about the Raylan-vs.-Boyd conflict on "Justied." Also participating in the discussion: Fred Golan (executive producer), Nick Searcy (Art Mullen), Jacob Pitts (Tim Gutterson), Erica Tazel (Rachel Brooks) and Jere Burns (Wynn Duffy). -Break- »
It has been ten years since EuroTrip, riding the raunchy teen comedy revival of the late ’90s and early naughts, burst into theaters and exposed an entire generation of teens to a beach full of dangling male genitalia. And even a decade later, those involved with the cult classic are still proud of it — every sex organ included.
At least, that was the vibe taken away from the audience Wednesday night in Hollywood, where cast members Scott Mechlowicz (“Scotty”), Jacob Pitts (“Cooper”), Michelle Trachtenberg (“Jenny”), Travis Wester (“Jamie”) joined producers Jeff Schaffer, Alec Berg, and David Mandel and several others for a Q&A session. »
- Sandra Gonzalez
Entertainment Geekly is a weekly column that examines pop culture through a geek lens and simultaneously examines contemporary geek culture through a pop lens. So many lenses!
The vast majority of human beings will never cast anyone in anything, but that doesn’t mean we can’t hold opinions about who should (and shouldn’t) play some beloved character in the next blockbuster iteration of that character’s franchise. Recently, I’ve engaged in a bit of fantasy casting for the Justice League movie, the next Fantastic Four movie, and the next next Amazing Spider-Man movie. In an effort to »
- Darren Franich
Spoiler alert! If you haven’t watched this week’s episode of Justified, “Over the Mountain,” written by Taylor Elmore and directed by Gwyneth Horder-Payton, stop reading now. As he’ll do throughout the season, showrunner Graham Yost takes us inside the writers room.
Graham Yost: Man, we went back and forth on whether or not that scene would be at the end of episode 3 . How much do we set it up? »
- Mandi Bierly
Diane Haithman contributes to Deadline’s TCA coverage. Updated, 3 Pm: There were plenty of plot and story questions about what’s in store for the sprawling ensemble of characters on the FX series Justified at today’s TCA. A few tidbits from Ep Graham Yost: “You will see the Harris brothers again. I’m not going to tell you who you’re not going to see again.” The current fifth season will be a big season for the character of Art Mullen (Nick Searcy). In Season 6, expect more on the relationship of Rachel Brooks (Erica Tazel) and Tim Gutterson (Jacob Pitts). Related: TCA: Lost Ad Revenue Biggest Challenge To TV, Says FX Networks Chief John Landgraf But two questions loomed larger: A) Why will the sixth season be the last? and B) What life is like without the late Elmore Leonard, on whose writings the series is based? Related: »
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Episodes: Tbd (hour)
TV show dates: March 16, 2010 -- Tbd
Series status: Ending
TV show description:
Givens (Timothy Olyphant) is a throwback to a time gone by, complete with Stetson hat, cowboy boots, and a gun that is used only when it's absolutely necessary. He comes from the hills of Eastern Kentucky, and ran away at age 19, wanting to become a U.S. Marshal. After taking the heat from his superiors for shooting a thug in a Miami hotel, he's punished by being sent to the one place he never wanted »
What a great time to be a TV junkie. NBC’s “Community” is back in prime form with the return of Dan Harmon. HBO launches the incredible “True Detective” on Sunday and “Sherlock” returns stateside next weekend. There’s enough quality out there that FX’s “Justified” could get lost in the shuffle. Don’t let that happen.
With a smart pair of season-opening episodes, “Justified” is back with its complex blend of humor, action, wit, and southern charm. As the writers do every season, the tone has been tweaked again this year, resulting in a start that feels darker, deadlier, and more dangerous than the last few seasons. This is great TV.
Television Rating: 4.5/5.0
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Adam Fendelman)
9 items from 2014
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