FX fans may bemoan that 'Sons of Anarchy's fifth season will soon come to an end, and that January seems like an awfully long time to wait for the fourth season of 'Justified,' but the cable network wants you to know they still love you. In advance of its January 13 premiere, 'Justified' season 4 has released the first official image of the season, highlighting our favorite gunslinger Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant), as well as his new pal to be played by comedian Patton Oswalt! Are you ready for a first look at 'Justified' season 4?
Well, alright then. Comedian Patton Oswalt's TV career definitely seems to be taking off to new heights, first with a recurring stint on FX's gunslinger drama 'Justified,' and now as we've learned, another recurring gig on HBO's Aaron Sorkin drama 'The Newsroom.' Oswalt isn't alone however, as Rosemary DeWitt has also been tasked for a recurring role, but who will the former 'United States of Tara' stars (yes, both) play?
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?
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?
Patton Oswalt plays a slightly psychotic Boy Scout camp leader in 'Nature Calls,' which is just enough to get us interested. He joins Johnny Knoxville, Rob Riggle, Maura Tierney, and the late Patrice O'Neal in this R-Rated comedy, and this red band NSFW trailer sets the tone for the film's hijinks.
Patton Oswalt has a habit of turning up in strange TV places, in lieu of petitioning the world for a 'Ratatouille' sequel (seriously? 'Finding Nemo 2' first), but the portly comedian is always a welcome presence on some of our favorite shows. That's why wen't were surprised, but intrigued to learn that Oswalt would stop by USA's long-running actioner 'Burn Notice,' but you'll never guess just who they have him trading wits with Michael Westen as.