Even with a premiere date of early 2013, we've still heard relatively little about the coming fourth season of FX's gunslinger drama 'Justified.' The Emmy-winning shooter will boast appearances from the likes of Patton Oswalt and Ron Eldard, with a few key roles yet to be cast, but what does show-runner Graham Yost have to say about it? And what of some of our favorite returning characters like Dickie Bennett or Dewey Crowe? What's on deck for 'Justified' season 4?
It's been a good while since we've seen 'Justified's' Raylan Givens, and it'll be a while longer yet before we see the FX gunslinger drama return to the network for a fourth season in 2013. But with the highly-anticipated and heavily-watched premiere of 'American Horror Story: Asylum' last week, it was a good time to get the ball rolling on promoting the fourth season of 'Justified,' don't you think? FX sure did, so take a look at what we saw of Raylan Givens' latest adventures!
Just yesterday we heard the awesome news that 'Justified's' Boyd Crowder would find himself with a new friend next season in the form of 'ER' vet Ron Eldard, atop the news that Raylan Givens (Timpthy Olyphant) would have a friend of his own with comedian Patton Oswalt. But with the new faces approaching for the early 2013 season, is anyone going to get left behind? Winona (Natalie Zea) pulled away quite a bit last year, so might we have seen the last of her?
At this rate, it looks like the fourth season of FX's hit gunslinger drama 'Justified' might have more friends than enemies, the way these casting notices keep coming out. A few weeks ago we heard the awesome news that comedian Patton Oswalt would join the Timothy Olyphant series as sidekick and high school friend to Raylan Givens, and now it seems Boyd Crowder (Walton Goggins) will have a new friend of his own. But who is Ron Eldard's mysterious military man?
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?
Well, pull us up a failure pile in a sadness bowl, Patton Oswalt is coming to 'Justified' season 4! All year long the word has felt curiously quiet on the fourth outing for our favorite FX gunslinger Raylan Givens, other than a few recent casting snippets, so we're glad that details are finally starting to emerge. But given the comedian's wide-range of characters on TV over the years, who might Oswalt be popping up as this time?
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?
As fans of the FX-adapted Elmore Leonard series 'Justified' well know, the show would be nothing without its iconic villains, from Boyd Crowder to Mags Bennett, even the more recent city slicker Robert Quarles. So with the show poised to head into its fourth season next year, who could possibly take the reigns as Harlan's next big bad? Will it be someone close to Raylan Givens' own heart, or someone new?
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!