Justified 5 Seasons 2013

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Justified, All New, Tuesdays at 10P ET/PT only on FX. As Raylan (Timothy Olyphant) investigates a burglary that's uncovered a diplomatic courier's bag hidden in his imprisoned father's house, a new preacher's ministry cuts into Boyd's (Walton Goggins) drug trade.

Starring:
Timothy Olyphant, Nick Searcy
Runtime:
47 minutes
Original air date:
January 8, 2013

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Great show, full of action and drama, lots of twists and turns.
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I have watched every episode of Justified and the series keep getting better.
Edward M. Murray
Great characters and plot lines, excellent writing and fantastic acting.
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130 of 145 people found the following review helpful By Douglas C. Meeks TOP 500 REVIEWER on January 10, 2013
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Justified has been one of the premier programs on television for 3 season and going into the 4th season it show no signs of letting up on quality or entertainment value. The characters are interesting (if not sometimes conflicted) and each week you are left with a "OH NO, it's over until next week!". It is that good and trying to figure out what comes next is usually an exercise in futility and frustration, the writers for this show are top shelf talent.

UPDATE: 20 MAR 2013 - The first 3 Seasons of Justified are now FREE if you have Amazon Prime, best deal in Instant Video TV in years.
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167 of 188 people found the following review helpful By James Donnelly VINE VOICE on May 7, 2013
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Over the last several years, FX has been the preeminent basic cable station for original programming. Shows like NIP/TUCK, THE SHIELD, RESCUE ME, LOUIE, TERRIERS and newer shows like THE AMERICANS have been showcasing some of the best that television has to offer as far as more mature storytelling and shows that don't treat you like you're not an intelligent carbon-based life form (of course, there is the occasional ANGER MANAGEMENT, but no channel is perfect). Then there's JUSTIFIED, resting at the top of the heap, swaggering confidently like U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens (the brilliant Timothy Olyphant), taking no crap from anyone or anything and defying other shows to knock it down. And with the show completing its fourth season, it still proves that it's the show to beat.

The fourth season begins with Givens, knowing that he and his ex-wife Winona (Natalie Zea) have a baby on the way, is looking to supplement his income by doing what he does best: catching fugitives. Unfortunately, this is very much frowned upon by the Marshal Service, particularly Raylan's superior Art (the always amazing Nick Searcy). Meanwhile, the eternally-scheming Boyd Crowder (Walton Goggins) and his lady-love Ava (Joelle Carter) are looking to get in deeper with the Dixie Mafia, represented in Harlan County by uber-weasel Wynn Duffy (Jere Burns), but their working girl Ellen May (Abby Miller) has fallen in with a good crowd, led by traveling revivalist Billy St. Cyr (Joseph Mazzello) and his more pragmatic sister Cassie (Lindsay Pulsipher), leading them to believe that Ellen May might start confessing some of her sins that could incriminate Ava. Thusly, Boyd brings in fellow Iraq War vet Colt Rhodes (Ron Eldard), who makes quite a few mistakes of his own as he acts as enforcer for Boyd's mini-mob.
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Dena on June 19, 2013
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While the Raylan Givens character makes the Justified world go round, I have to comment on Boyd Crowder. This has been a brilliantly played role from the beginning. As the childhood best friend and shadow to Givens, Crowder absolutely holds his own and then some. The second son of a local criminal Boss who did time in prison and came back born again, he is riveting. The episodes in which Crowder loses his faith were some of the best TV ever. Crowder has courage and, yes, decency, that plays off Givens role brilliantly. Now, firmly ensconced as the local criminal boss, when Crowder tells the rich criminal elite in his neighborhood that their lives might make them criminals, it doesn't make them outlaws--Crowder is the Outlaw--he takes his place alongside Clyde Barrow, Bonnie Parker, and the Sundance Kid as one of the best, most fascinating, most well written outlaw characters in movie/TV history.
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96 of 114 people found the following review helpful By Jay Wilson on January 6, 2013
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Seriously, best show. Complex characters thrashing about, longing for a simplicity that will never come.

But don't take my word for it...
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Somedevil on July 18, 2013
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Timothy Olyphant has had a slow starting career, but it is absolutely incredible how he has grown, and just looks so comfortable in this role as Raylan Givens. He appears to just personify every aspect of the character effortlessly. The women on the show are fantastic actresses and so incredibly beautiful. But Walter Boggins as Boyd Crowder is Emmy worthy, each season. His Boyd is equal to Olyphant's Givens, and that is just a blessing for fans of professional acting and character depth! DO NOT MISS THIS PROGRAM! Thank you FX, and thank you to all involved in making this show so enjoyable! Nick is also to be mentioned for his Chief Deputy role. He is just brilliant. You don't see better acting on television than JUSTIFIED. OUTSTANDING! Tim is now perhaps the actor I am most dying to see more of on screen. He is very funny (often in a subdued fashion), smart, and Tim can deliver a line with such believable emotion and physical presence, you can't help but love him and recognize he is an all-around actor, a guys' guy, a ladies' man, and I am honestly just impressed with his humility in real life. He has not been given much by the business, but he has become one of the best around, and is still very much unnoticed (or so it seems) by Hollywood directors. I want to see M.S. direct this man, and officially put Tim on the map for everyone to witness. OLYPHANT IS GOING PLACES! THANK YOU TIM!!!
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29 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Craig on June 30, 2013
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Everything about this series is superb: the casting, storyline, cinematography, direction, acting, character development, settings. This series is not your typical, bland, predictable Hollywood mush; this is like a book you cannot put down or ever forget. Deep character development emerges gradually. Plot turns are surprising yet believable, not triggered by hokey, magical devices. I particularly like this show for its' intelligent, ironic, dry sense of humor. Action scenes are realistic and thrilling - not bombastic, over-the-top, virtual-reality fantasies. The cast speaks snappy, witty lines in a charming Appalachian dialect. In his role as the main character, Timothy Olyphant, a Federal Marshall, upstages Bruce Willis and Jason Statham as a soft-spoken icon of fearless masculine strength. His well-honed acting quietly conveys a complex, intense character whose career choice as a lawman unconsciously seeks to reconcile the sins of his psychopathic, predatory father. He's a ladies man who is emotionally immature, and avoids marital commitment and the normal family trappings of fatherhood. In his mind, and then convincingly in ours as well, his often unconventional actions to bring down career criminals are always "justified".
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