FX has announced a new series, Justified: City Primeval, which confirms last year’s rumors of a possible return.
The plot is as follows: “Having departed the hollers of Kentucky eight years ago, Raylan Givens now resides in Miami, where he serves as a U.S. Marshal and part-time father to a 14-year-old girl. His hair has become grayer, his hat is dirtier, and the road in
An ex-con, Kodiak examines his past as he becomes a teacher. He runs across Clement Mansell, better known as The Oklahoma Wildman, a violent and sociopathic desperado who has previously evaded the grasp of Detroit’s finest. Even while caught in the middle of a police officer and a criminal with her own game going on.
“In Elmore Leonard’s classic style, these three individuals are catapulted into a deadly rivalry for who will survive the City Primeval alive.”
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The cast of Justified reunited today to debut their spin-off series, The Last Shot. It was one of the most critically praised shows in the last decade, and an adaption of Elmore Leonard’s work that was vividly brought to life by Tim Olyphant as Raylan Givens, Graham Yost, and the whole production
“The love and admiration for this great show only grew with each episode of Justified, leaving fans yearning for more Raylan Givens in their lives,” Sony Pictures Television Studios’s Jeff Frost and co-president, Jason Clodfelter said. “This Justified team has proven to be one of the best
The crime drama Justified was on FX for six seasons from 2010 to 2015 and was nominated for eight Emmys, winning two. The series was based on Leonard’s novella Fire in the Hole, with Leonard providing consulting until his death in 2013.
The limited series is executive produced and showrun by David Andron and Michael Dinner, with Dinner in charge. Olyphant plays the lead role and serves as the series’ executive producer.
Alcon Television Group’s executive producers are Chris Provenzano, Peter Leonard, Taylor Elmore, and Carl Beverly. The series will be produced by Sony Pictures Television in collaboration with FX Productions. Yost was the original showrunner, while Sarah Timberman and Carl Beverly were executives; Peter Leonard, Taylor Elmore, and Chris Provenz.