‘Justified’ season 5 draws out its first of the year in “A Murder of Crowes,” as Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) encounters the Crowe family in the Florida swamps, while Boyd (Walton Goggins) attempts to bargain with the collapsing Detroit mob, and reaches a breaking point trying to free Ava from prison.
Last year’s ‘Justified’ finale “Ghosts” saw Raylan saving his family from a deadly confrontation with Detroit mobster Nicky Augustine (‘Glee’s Mike O’Malley), while Boyd made a last-ditch effort to save Ava from Delroy’s murder being uncovered, so what will the first episode of ‘Justified’ season 5 bring? Has a new big bad arrived to make life in Harlan worse than ever?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Justified’ season 5 premiere “A Murder of Crowes!”
At long last, the crows have dispersed, and cleared the way for a full 'Justified' season 5 trailer! No mere season 5 teaser to speak of either, check out Raylan Given's new big bads, and Boyd Crowder's journey into the dark heart of the mob with a full preview of the FX gunslinger drama's latest round in the chamber!
‘Archer’ season 4 assigns its second episode of the year “The Wind Cries Mary,” as Sterling Archer sets out to clear the name of former ISIS agent and best friend Lucas Troy ('Justified's Timothy Olyphant), while Cyril and Lana pursue and Pam forces the staff to undergo peer reviews.
Last week’s ‘Archer’ premiere “Fugue and Riffs” saw Archer awakening in a strange location with no memory of his identity as an ISIS agent, forcing the team to come to his rescue at a spa hunted by KGB agents, so how does “The Wind Cries Mary” feel going down? Is ‘Archer’ season 4 pouring its most classic season yet?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Archer’ season 4 episode 2, “The Wind Cries Mary!”
As FX prepares to launch the next round of series from its 2013 lineup, including tonight's 'Archer' season 4 premiere, a double-dose of 'Anger Management's' 90-episode run and Jim Jefferies new comedy 'Legit,' we were on hand at the recent 'Archer Live!' performance in New York City to hang with the cast, see live recreations of classic 'Archer' moments, as well as gain classified intelligence on the upcoming season! What celebrity guest stars haven't we heard yet? And what classic "Sealab" will be referenced in the coming season? Get your 'Archer' season 4 spoilers before tonight's premiere!
Sure we have to wait all the way until January 8 for 'Justified' to draw its fourth season premiere "Hole in the Wall," but that doesn't mean we can't sneak a peek beforehand! This season looks to be one of 'Justified's' biggest yet, with guest stars including the likes of Patton Oswalt and Ron Eldard, so will Timothy Olyphant's Raylan Givens be able to keep his nose out of trouble this time? Check out the first photos from the 'Justified' season 4 premiere for a clue!
While we might know him best as hard-nosed charming Marshal Raylan Givens, of FX's 'Justified,' it's easy to forget that actor Timothy Olyphant has quite the comedic talent as well. Olyphant appeared on 'The Office' several season ago (in an arc that went precisely nowhere), but for his next sitcom gig ,he won't have to travel very far. The 'Justified' star will next popl up in an upcoming episode of 'The League's fourth season, but what is it that rubs him the wrong way with the guys?
‘Justified’ season 3 serves up its tenth episode of the year, as Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) struggles to keep Dickie Bennett from being pardoned, while Quarles unravels further and the election for Harlan County Sheriff comes to a head.
‘Justified’ Season 3 draws out of its eighth episode of the year as Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) finds himself accused of the murder of Gary Hawkins (William Ragsdale), while the FBI launch an investigation of their own, and Quarles continues making power plays around town.
Last week’s ‘Justified’ “The Man Behind the Curtain” saw both Boyd and Quarles looking to put a sheriff in their pocket to aid their criminal enterprises, while the FBI followed crime boss son Sammy Tonin, so what will the latest episode bring?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Justified’ “Watching the Detectives!”
I'm not going to pretend to spot some manner of Kentucky colloquialism or bother linking to a GIF of Boyd Crowder dancing, rather I'll just give you the quick draw on the good news for 'Justified' fans.
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