Justified 5 Seasons 2010

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Justified, All New, Tuesdays at 10P ET/PT only on FX. Gunslinging U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) faces off against his oldest friend (guest star Walton Goggins) in Harlan, Kentucky - a 21st Century Wild West.

Starring:
Timothy Olyphant, Nick Searcy
Runtime:
52 minutes
Original air date:
March 16, 2010

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Season 1
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    1. Pilot Justified, All New, Tuesdays at 10P ET/PT only on FX. Gunslinging U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) faces off against his oldest friend (guest star Walton Goggins) in Harlan, Kentucky - a 21st Century Wild West.

    TV-MA 52min March 16, 2010
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    2. Riverbrook Raylan hunts an escaped prisoner who is determined to reunite with his ex-wife...and his stashed fortune. Written by Graham Yost, Directed by Michael Dinner.

    TV-MA 43min March 23, 2010
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    3. Fixer In tracking a vanished confidential informant, Raylan goes against a pair of violent ex-cons who are just dying for a showdown with "the Kentucky Cowboy."

    TV-MA 41min March 30, 2010
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    4. Long in the Tooth Raylan and the mob compete to capture a fugitive racing to the Mexican border.

    TV-MA 43min April 6, 2010
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    5. The Lord of War and Thunder Raylan must pick a side when his estranged father goes to war with a drug runner.

    TV-MA 44min April 13, 2010
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    6. The Collection After an apparent suicide on an opulent Kentucky horse farm, Raylan must resist the sexy widow as he searches for the dead man's missing art. Written by Graham Yost. Directed by Rod Holcomb.

    TV-MA 43min April 20, 2010
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    7. Blind Spot After foiling an apparent hit on Ava, Raylan will stop at nothing to track down the people responsible, only to find that she may not have been their actual target.

    TV-MA 43min April 27, 2010
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    8. Blowback When a murderous inmate takes hostages, Raylan must scramble to defuse the situation before the bullets start flying. Written by Benjamin Cavell.

    TV-MA 43min May 4, 2010
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    9. Hatless Suspended from the Marshals Service, feeling like he has nothing to lose, Raylan faces off with the gangsters who are muscling his ex-wife's new husband.

    TV-MA 43min May 11, 2010
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    10. Hammer Determined to repair the damage he's done, Raylan takes time away from his assignment bodyguarding an eccentric judge to track down an old lead.

    TV-MA 43min May 18, 2010
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    11. Veterans When Boyd Crowder and his crusaders become vigilantes, Raylan takes it upon himself to try to shut them down.

    TV-MA 43min May 25, 2010
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    12. Fathers and Sons Raylan is ordered to enlist his estranged father's help against the increasing threat of Bo Crowder.

    TV-MA 42min June 1, 2010
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    13. Bulletville In the season finale, things come to a head in Harlan when the worlds of Raylan, Boyd and Bo Crowder collide.

    TV-MA 45min June 8, 2010

Product Details

Genres Drama, Thriller, Action
Director Michael Dinner
Starring Timothy Olyphant, Nick Searcy
Supporting actors Jacob Pitts, Erica Tazel, Joelle Carter, Natalie Zea, Damon Herriman, Matt Craven, Peter Greene, Doug E. Doug, Kevin Rankin, Ryan O'Nan, Joel Garland, Daniel Stewart Sherman, Walton Goggins, John Eddins, John Ciccolini, Danny Wildman, David Michael Holmes, Paul Aldane'e
Season year 2010
Network FX
Executive Producer Carl Beverly
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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408 of 436 people found the following review helpful By SeaGoddess2403 on May 19, 2010
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As a heartbroken fan of Nip/Tuck, which just ended its 6 season run, I was keeping an eye out for another FX show I could enjoy. With FX, original series can be either hit (Nip/Tuck, Dirt) or miss (The Riches). Justified is a show I normally wouldn't have looked at even once. Being a city girl at heart, I'm not a fan of westerns or anything country. One thing I am a fan of is Timothy Olyphant. When I saw one of my favorite actors (brilliant in "Hitman") was going to be in a new show, I of course had to watch. A pleasant surprise awaited me.

It's as if Timothy Olyphant was born to be US Marshal Raylan Givens, a good ol' country boy with personal issues. After shooting a man in Miami old west style ("It was justified"), Raylan is punished by being sent back to his old home town in Kentucky to work the local cases, many involving people he knows. His estranged father, former best-friend-turned-criminal, an old flame and a complicated ex wife round out the engaging cast of colorful characters. Raylan has a reputation for being a bit trigger-happy, a branding he hardly thinks is fair ("only if it's justified"). He is never without his 10 gallon hat (unless someone steals it), he can talk down a hostage situation with whiskey and a bucket of fried chicken, or shoot a guy for "taking one more step". It's all in a day's work for Raylan.

Justified is one of those shows that makes you forget you're watching a show being acted by actors. It's as though you are observing actual people live their lives. I feel like I'm in the scene, watching everything unfold before me. The dialogue is fresh, gritty, real and absolutely hilarious. The characters bounce between utterly ridiculous and completely relatable.
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121 of 133 people found the following review helpful By Linda Bauman on April 13, 2010
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Never saw Timothy Olyphant until the promos for Justified and he was just an actor. Until the pilot episode and then I was hooked. He is a gem and becomes Raylan Givens. I have now taken time to see other movies and shows he has been in and I say again, he steps into the boots and puts on the hat...and Raylan Givens is alive and well. The humor on this show is subtle but wonderful. FX likes their shows edgy and this is edgy but great. We are now about to see episode 5 and if you have not given it a chance, please do. You will have no regrets. The supporting cast blends like good cheese to his fine wine. Again give this show a look-see and be amazed.
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205 of 230 people found the following review helpful By Shopper on April 23, 2010
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Well, it is set in Eastern Kentucky, rather then in Sparta, Mississippi; still, Justified is bound to resonate with any fan of the groundbreaking In the Heat of the Night series: small-town-in-a-big-World problems being solved creatively in 60 minutes or less, but without the annoyingly preachy tone that In the Heat of the Night would sometimes assume. A definite positive! You'll have fun making character comparisons between the two shows (can you find a "Bubba"? how about a "Luanne"?).

Let me first note that Justified is a very new show; so far, only six episodes have been aired. However, the episodes carry such an unusually high degree of promise, I feel confident rating the series, even at this early stage, with the top score.

The story is simple: deputy U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) brings too much negative attention to himself by killing one Miami thug too many... He is therefore relegated to a remote post to cool his heels. Unfortunately for Raylan, the post happens to be the sleepy Eastern Kentucky, where he grew up and hoped never to come back... Estranged petty criminal father, an ex-wife, an ex-flame, an ex-friend... Well... they do say you can never go back home... Or, was it: you SHOULD NEVER go back home?... Anyway, upon this background, the writers skillfully project a series of surprisingly engaging, multidimensional stories that go beyond catching "the baddy of the week." Yes, there is the usual parade of rednecks (and I hope we'll get to see more eccentric types as time progresses), but often "the baddies" are portrayed as flawed human beings, making some very poor choices, all while doing their best to survive in this World. And that does have the effect of bringing them into conflict with the law.
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45 of 49 people found the following review helpful By schnauzermommy on May 29, 2010
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I have watched this show from the pilot all the way thru to episode 11. Each episode has been awesome and leaving me wondering what was going to happen next. I do not watch a lot of TV but this is a show worth your time. It is well written, and all the actors that play these characters have them portrayed dead-on perfect. I have to admit I love westerns and miss them being on TV but Justified is not a western. Raylan Givens is an old-school lawman in modern day times and his way of law is "black & white" and Timothy Olyphant plays that character as if his birth certificate said "Raylan Givens". I am so glad FX picked up this show for a second season and I was hoping the fist season would come out on DVD. This show deserves a bunch of awards and I hope to see it nominated. You won't go wrong with this DVD. I've seen the first 11 episodes and can't wait to see 12 & 13. And I'm sure the finale' will be a huge cliff-hanger leaving us to wish March getting here soon so we can see what happens next. Of all the junk that is on TV Timothy Olyphant and FX have given us true entertainment in Justified. Don't miss out!
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