As much as we love the first season of adorkably (yes, I said it) funny FOX sitcom 'New Girl,' we watched the show under the impression Jess, Nick, Schmidt, Winnston and Cece wouldn't find themselves in any hardcore science-fiction scenarios. That's why the recent 'New Girl' season 2 casting of 'Justified' veteran Raymond Barry has us more than a little curious, as you'll never believe who he's been tapped to play. Seriously! You really can't believe it.
FX, the network that put its faith in 'The Shield' and 'Justified.' Tim Roth, the brilliant actor who has appeared in everything from 'Reservoir Dogs' to 'Rob Roy.' Alexander Cary, one of the executive producers on 'Homeland.' With these three components, we don't even need a title for the "bank robbery family drama" they're developing...we just want to know when we can watch it!
If there's one thing 'Justified' fans know, its that the modern FX gunslinger series appreciates its villains. From Robert Quarles, to Mags Bennett, to Boyd Crowder and back again, we're always in for a memorable performance. Should it surprise you, then, that one 'Modern Family' star is looking to shed his nice-guy persona for something a little darker?
It's only been a matter of hours since 'Justified' concluded its third FX season with the spectacularly arm-chopping "Slaughterhouse," but that's no reason we can't start running wild with speculation and existing details! Plus, the man behind the curtain might just be able to clear up a few details for us...
‘Justified’ season 3 chops up its thirteenth and final episode of the year, as Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) acts like a man on fire in his pursuit of Quarles (Neal McDonough), while Boyd finds himself a new ally, and all sides struggle desperately to make their own ends meet
Last week’s ‘Justified’ “Coalition” saw Robert Quarles continually headed off the rails, as Boyd allied with Errol and Dickie Bennett to find Mags Bennett's lost fortune, so what will the final episode bring?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Justified’ “Slaughterhouse!”
‘Justified’ season 3 blows out its twelfth and penultimate episode of the year, as Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) continues his pursuit of Quarles (Neal McDonough), while Boyd Crowder reluctantly allies with Dickie Bennett (Jeremy Davies) to find his mother’s lost $3.2 million dollars.
Last week’s ‘Justified’ “Measures” saw Robert Quarles slowly going off the rails, as Raylan dealt with the arrival of two Detroit mafia hitmen, so what will the latest episode bring?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Justified’ “Coalition!”
'Justified’ season 3 captures its eleventh episode of the year, as Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) faces off against two hitmen from the Detroit mafia with a different target than everyone assumes, and Dickie Bennett negotiates to find his mother's lost money while Quarles (Neal McDonough) keeps his head above water.
Last week’s ‘Justified’ “Guy Walks into a Bar” saw Raylan Givens struggling to keep Dickie Bennett (Jeremy Davies) behind bars while Boyd's election for Harlan Sheriff played out, so what will the latest episode bring?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Justified’ “Measures!”
‘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 its ninth episode of the year, as Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) follows a lead toward a man who might lead him to Robert Quarles, while Ava protects a young woman and Boyd Crowder works to ensure Shelby (Jim Beaver) takes over the sheriff's office.
Last week’s ‘Justified’ “Watching the Detectives” saw Raylan under investigation for the murder of poor Gary Hawkins, while Boyd found himself behind bars once more, so what will the latest episode bring?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Justified’ “Loose Ends!”
Boy, that Frank Darabont just has to have every great actor on TV right now for his upcoming TNT crime-drama pilot 'L.A. Noir', doesn't he? Well, as long as he's going to, could he at least wait until after their existing TV characters have been conclusively killed off? Sheesh.