No 'Revolution' for 'Justified,' Johnny Crowder Set to Return

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Those who caught last night's all new 'Revolution' episode "Chained Heat" (and if you didn't, why not?) might have noticed a startingly familiar face walking about: 'Justified' star David Meunier! Meunier took the role of General Monroe's torturous Sgt. Strausser, but does that mean that Meunier's 'Justified' character Johnny Crowder won't be present for the upcoming fourth season? And if so, how many episodes will he be around for?

Fear not 'Justified' fans, for David Meunier's Johnny Crowder will indeed return for the fourth season of 'Justified,' sure to answer for his betrayal of his brother Boyd. The Hollywood Reporter claims that despite Meunier's current commitment to NBC's 'Revolution,' Meunier will be present for a full 10 episodes, of the 13 planned.

Elsewhere, there hasn't been much news of 'Justified' season 4, which is set to premiere on FX sometime in early 2013. However, a recent casting announcement did tease a bit of the potential villains we can expect Raylan Givens to face this time around:

The FX western is recruiting a new batch of freaks for Season 4, and they include a rule-bending military police sergeant who shares a past with Boyd, a fugitive family man who teams up with a pair of drug addicts, a local Constable who went to high school with Raylan, and a charismatic young preacher who starts cutting into Boyd’s profits.

Given what went down in the finale, we're clad to see that Meunier will have a large presence in the new season. Who would you like to see granted more screen-time in 'Justified' season 4? Let us know in the comments!

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