Executive Producer Graham Yost promises "a big shift" as Season 5 comes to a close and the acclaimed FX drama heads toward its sixth and final season.
With the fifth season entering its final stretch, guest star Michael Rapaport discusses his experience on the FX drama, and whether his character will make it past the finale.
The Joker to Raylan Givens' Batman teases what's in store for Boyd in the coming year of Justified, which he describes as "the season of violence."
"There's just so much going on this year. It's a really interesting season," Justified star Timothy Olyphant told Spinoff Online at the red-carpet premiere of Season 4.
Patton Oswalt has joined the fourth season of FX's Justified as a local constable who went to high school with Raylan Givens and helps the marshal capture a bail jumper.
If common wisdom is to be believed, movies are a directors' medium, whereas television is a writers' medium. And, on the face of it, that appears to be true: Movies, after all, can afford the time and money to set up visually spectacular shots that will stay with the viewer in a way that television rarely (if ever) can, leaving television relying on the stories they're telling in order to win people over. But … a writers' medium? Really?
As soon as January arrives and the holidays are out the way, television can finally begin to settle back into the business of offering enjoyable entertainment on a regular basis. Not only will we get new episodes of favorite shows like Fringe and Parks and Recreation, but there are also midseason premieres of favorites old and, just maybe, new. Here are five you should pay attention to.