Justified follows Marshal Raylan Givens, a modern day 19th century-style lawman, who is enforcing his brand of justice in a way that puts a target on his back with criminals and places him at odds with his bosses in the Marshal service. Resulting in a reassignment to the U.S. District covering the town that he grew up in.

Episode Info

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Timothy OlyphantTimothy Olyphant
As U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens
Timothy OlyphantTimothy Olyphant
As U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens
Nick SearcyNick Searcy
As Art Mullen
Damon HerrimanDamon Herriman
As Dewey Crowe
Erica TazelErica Tazel
As Rachel Dupree
Erica TazelErica Tazel
As Rachel Dupree
Joelle CarterJoelle Carter
As Ava Crowder
Walton GogginsWalton Goggins
As Boyd Crowder
Walton GogginsWalton Goggins
As Boyd Crowder
Natalie ZeaNatalie Zea
As Winona Givens

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Reviews: 61
much less horrible than typical crime investigatio...Rating: 17 likes, 0 dislikes

It is entirely intentionally-watchable when there are no adventure- or fantasy choices
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Review posted on Sunday, September 22nd 2013 at 1:34 am


Reviews: 58
Some people have poor tasteRating: 15 likes, 14 dislikes

I don't know who on here keeps giving this show low ratings, but you're obviously lacking either sense or good taste. This is a d*mn fine show. Strong cast, better than normal story lines for what is basically a cop show, and I LOVE it. I strongly suggest it, and I'm thrilled that it's been picked up for a second season. Read more

Review posted on Wednesday, May 5th 2010 at 2:47 pm


Reviews: 3
Rating: 3 likes, 9 dislikes

Actually one of the better shows on TV. A true crime fighter who has to balance morals to work for the greater good. Very well written with a strong cast. I onlywish they would extend the series to a full season because I hate waiting until the next season roles around. Anyway Great series FX![/b] Read more

Review posted on Thursday, January 26th 2012 at 6:36 pm

6 reviews available
4x12: Peace of Mind recap: The episode begins with Winona giving Raylan the news over the phone that they are having a girl. He enters his office to a loud applause for his recent exploits. Art arrives at his table and hands Raylan his suspension for his past misdeeds. Art informs Raylan that Drew is being transferred to a high security prison. Raylan and Art decide to have a chat with him before he is taken away. Drew tells them he won’t talk until Ellen May has been rescued. Limehouse arrives for a chat with Ellen May, who he is holding captive. She says that she knows she is going to be killed the moment she gets out, so she tells Limehouse to do whatever he likes with her... read more.

4x11: Decoy recap: The episode begins and Boyd is confronted at the bar by an angry Nick Augustine. Nick’s men beat up Boyd, but he manages to convince Nick that he can find Raylan before he has a chance to get Drew Thompson out of town. His plan is to cut Raylan off at the pass. Colt and Augustine’s shooter, Mort, are given this job. Raylan is with Drew and the marshals at Arlo’s old house, where they learn they’ve got 45 minutes before a helicopter can reach them from Lexington for an airlift. They make plans for driving through the pass, but Tim smells a setup in the form of three abandoned cars by the side of the road. Art calls Raylan and tells him about this... read more.

recap: The episode begins at the drug dealer’s apartment with Tim’s friend Mark’s body being collected by the cops. Tim, who is at the apartment, is asked by the cops who is investigating the case and if he has any idea who did this, but he says that he presently doesn’t. Raylan is outside the prison waiting to meet Hunter Mosley, the man who killed his father. Hunter isn’t too happy when he realizes that he is being handed over to Raylan, but Raylan has a smile on his face. When Art finds out about this he is really pissed and asks Tim to convey this to Raylan... read more.

recap: The episode begins and Raylan is offering Hunter Mosley the same deal he offered Arlo a while ago. He apparently is desperate to find Drew Thompson. Later, Arlo is taken for a haircut. A prison guard renders him unconscious while he is sitting in the barber chair. Mosley is then about to kill him when Arlo who was pretending to be unconscious gets the better of him after a brief fight. The prison guard from earlier enters and Arlo proceeds to take care of the guard but just then Mosley stabs Arlo with a pair of scissors. Arlo collapses to the ground. Boyd on the other hand meets the men who ordered him to kill Frank... read more.

4x5: Kin recap: The episode begins and Colt approaches the gas station attendant and asks to look at surveillance video, so he can find out in which direction Ellen May is headed. He has lost Ellen May and knows that there will be hell to pay, if that’s found out. Colt flashes his old military police badge to convince the attendant and the attendant relents, seemingly convinced. Watching the video, Colt sees Ellen May step out of the frame just as what appears to be a sheriff's car pulls up. Colt grimaces on seeing this. Raylan on the other hand meets Winona at the doctor's office and mentions that he has been assigned to what might be the biggest case the marshal's office has ever seen... read more.

Creator: Graham Yost
Executive Producer: Michael Dinner, Carl Beverly, Sarah Timberman, Elmore Leonard, Graham Yost
Co-Executive Producer: Fred Golan
Producer: Gary Lennon, Don Kurt
Production Designer: Charles M. Lagola
First Assistant Director: Anthony Adler

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Recurring Guests

David Meunier as Johnny Crowder (51 eps)
Raymond J. Barry as Arlo Givens (38 eps)
Jeremy Davies (1) as Dickie Bennett (26 eps)
Jere Burns as Wynn Duffy (24 eps)
Jonathan Kowalsky as Mike (21 eps)
Jim Beaver as Shelby Parlow (20 eps)
Joseph Lyle Taylor as Doyle Bennett (20 eps)
Mykelti Williamson as Ellstin Limehouse (20 eps)
Demetrius Grosse as Errol (20 eps)
Kaitlyn Dever as Loretta McCready (19 eps)

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Network: FX ( USA)
Type: Scripted
Genres: Action, Crime, Drama
Status: Ended
Airs: Tuesdays at 10:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: March 16, 2010
Ended: April 14, 2015
Episodes Order: 13
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