'It Takes a Thief' Star Malachi Throne Dead at 84 (The Wrap) — Malachi Throne, who played Robert Wagner's boss Noah Bain in the 1960s series "It Takes a Thief" among many other roles during a long career, Throne's agent told TheWrap on Friday. He was 84. "Supernatural" and "Justified" actor Jim Beaver, posted news of Throne's death on his Facebook page Thursday, writing, "My good friend Malachi Throne died last night. ...'Justified' — 'Get Drew': Can't always get what you want (Zap2It: Inside the Box) — Everyone on "Justified" knows who Drew Thompson is now. Solving that mystery, though, has not even remotely tied things up for this season. If anything, knowing Drew's identity has made the situation even messier. That's a particularly Elmore Leonard-esque twist for Tuesday's (March 12) episode, "Get Drew," which echoes the titles of one of Leonard's best-known novels. Drew does indeed get got (though not in "The Wire" sense) , but even Raylan and Co., who now have their man in custody, don't seem too thrilled about it. Raylan neatly sums up the situation after Art notes it's a big accomplishment for Raylan and the marshals: "We're standing in a field. We haven't done s***."Everyone in the hunt for Drew comes away wanting by episode's end. Theo Tonin still doesn't have his man. Boyd, having given up his and Ava's nest egg to Limehouse(!) in exchange for Drew, is $300,000 poorer and now on the wrong side of ...'Justified' boss talks 'Money Trap' (Entertainment Weekly) — Graham Yost: ''Walton loved the scene but it was so hard for him to sit and take that from those guys'''Justified' Preview: An Old Foe Returns on 'Money Trap' (Buddy TV) — The race to find Drew Thompson continues on this week's "Justified," but Raylan gets sidetracked. He's forced to deal with Jody after he escapes and kills again. "Money Trap" finds both Raylan and Boyd in dangerous situations.'Justified' Recap: Raylan Returns to His Roots, Finds Danger (Buddy TV) — "I never knew you had hills in your blood," Boyd tells Raylan in tonight's new episode of "Justified." Raylan has never been proud of where he comes from — not surprising when you have a father like Arlo. But it is Raylan's other kin that winds up saving his life later in the episode. We open with Colt asking the gas station attendant to look at the security camera footage so he can figure out where Ella Mae ran off to. He even pulls out his military police badge as a way of getting him to cooperate. He's not able to pinpoint exactly how she left, but he does spot a police car pulling into view.Justified Stuntwoman Sues Show Over On-Set Injury (TV Guide) — A stuntwoman on the FX drama "Justified" has sued producers after being severely injured during an accident on set.Database catalogs movie firearms (L.A. Times) — Does James Bond favor a Glock or a Walther? Eliot Ness? And what's Django packing? A fan-curated website has all the answers. This sturdy Austrian had supporting roles in the recent action movies "Skyfall" and "Zero Dark Thirty," the TV western "Justified" and the military video game "Medal of Honor: Warfighter."'Justified' Stuntwoman Sues Sony Over On-Set Injury (Hollywood Reporter) — Lisa Hoyle says she was rendered unconscious after getting struck by a car.Fox Orders Graham Yost Navy Pilot (The Wrap) — Fox has ordered a Navy-themed pilot from "Justified" creator Graham Yost and another drama about a gangbanger who infiltrates the San Francisco Police Department from former "The Shield" producer Scott Rosenbaum. "Wild Blue," from Sony Pictures Television, is executive produced by Yost (pictured), Mark Johnson and director Michael Dinner. Taylor Elmore is writing and co-executive producing, and Melissa Bernstein is also co-executive producing. ...Justified 'The Bird Has Flown' Review: Hard Goodbyes (TV.com) — Major stories were sidestepped this week so "Justified" could spend some time on Raylan's always complicated relationship and what to do with a unsaved whore. ...'Banshee' and 'Ripper Street' picked up for second seasons; 'Justified' scores series-best ratings (Zap2It: Inside the Box) — A pair of new cable series got good news Tuesday (Jan. 29). BBC America's "Ripper Street" and Cinemax's "Banshee" were both picked up for second seasons. "Ripper Street," set in 1889 London in the aftermath of the Jack the Ripper murders, has scored strong ratings in the U.K. and performed solidly in its BBC America debut as well. "Banshee," executive produced by Alan Ball ("True Blood") , earned mostly positive reviews and launched to about half a million viewers, a solid number for Cinemax. Other TV news bites:- The season premiere of "Justified" snagged the show's biggest audience ever. Live +7 ratings gave the episode 5.3 million viewers, surpassing the series premiere (4.2 million) as the show's most-watched installment. The Season 4 debut tied the series premiere for the best draw among adults 18-49 (2.5 million). — Former "Ugly Betty" star Eric Mabius will guest on an episode of "Blue Bloods" in February. He'll play a multimillionaire who ...'Justified' Premiere Recap: Mystery Takes Early, Deadly Twist (Buddy TV) — The producers of Justified like to, if nothing else, experiment with how their season-long storylines play out from season to season. In season 2, we had the long-running singular villain in the form of Mags. Last season, we had two villains — though, arguably, only one turned out to actually try and kill Raylan — and this season, we're not sure what we have. At the very least, it's a thirty-year old mystery that incorporates Raylan's father, Arlo. In 1983, an unknown person parachuted to their death with what looked like bricks of cocaine. They were discovered by a man named Sherman and presumably his wife. Somehow, 30 years later, what we can assume Sherman stole from the dead person wound up inside the walls in Arlo's home that Raylan is now trying to sell. That mystery is discovered by a pair of teenage "wire strippers" (people who break into homes to steal valuable wires that can be sold for scrap) who broke into Arlo's home before being discovered by the local Constable, Bob Sweeney — played by comedian Patton Oswalt.'Justified' Spoilers Season 4 Premiere 'Hole in the Wall': Raylan Gets Into A Mess (Buddy TV) — It's time to return to Kentucky! We we last saw US Marshal Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant), he saved Loretta McGready from the money hunting Dickie Bennett, witnessed Ellstin Limehouse chop off Robert Quarles's (Neal McDonough) arm, and dealt with the revelation that his father may have tried to kill him to protect Boyd Crowder (Walton Goggins).'Justified': Where Did We Leave Off in Season 3? (Buddy TV) — "Justified" season 3 was primarily about Harlan County. The arrival of Robert Quarles caused disruption in the criminal ranks in the county. Boyd left his crime-free days behind and re-established his crew. Dickie Bennett was on a quest to find the fortune left behind by his mother, Mags. Raylan had his hands full with all the crime and killings. The strain of his job became too much and his relationship with Winona ended, even though she was pregnant with his child. Raylan's heartbreak was only heightened when his father demonstrated his love and preference for Boyd over his own son. It's only a few days until we find out what happens next! "Justified" returns on Tuesday, January 8 at 10 pm ET on FX.Walton Goggins talks 'Django Unchained,' 'Justified' (L.A. Times) — The actor, returning as Boyd Crowder on 'Justified,' recently went from cowboy boots in 'Django Unchained' to high heels in a 'Sons of Anarchy' guest spot. Alabama-born Walton Goggins is best known for playing corrupt cop Shane Vendrell on "The Shield" and born-again ex-con Boyd Crowder on "Justified," which earned him an Emmy nomination; the crime drama returns for its fourth season Jan. 8. But Goggins also dispelled any preconceptions about his limits as an actor this year with divergent roles in the films "Django Unchained" and "Lincoln" as well as a recent guest spot on "Sons of Anarchy."News Briefs: AMC Orders a Dark Cop Drama to Series (TV.com) — Plus: Ben Stiller has a pair of comedies in the works, ABC hands out online holiday gifts, and "Justified" welcomes a "Lost" vet. ...'Justified' Season 4 Trailer: Guns, Snakes and Raising the Stakes (Video) (The Wrap) — FX's crime drama "Justified" comes back to the small screen on Jan. 8 with the premiere of its fourth season, and the network has issued a new promo, "Raise the Stakes," to prepare fans for the return of Deputy U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens. ...'Justified' teaser reveals the first shots from Season 4 (Zap2It: Inside the Box) — Season 4 of "Justified" is just over the horizon, and thanks to a new teaser from FX you can see the first brief glimpses of what Raylan (Timothy Olyphant) and Co. are up to when the series returns in January. Amid flashes of the show's trademark gallows humor — at one point, Raylan deadpans, "There may be some gunplay involved" — and tense moments between Raylan and a group of armed men, a couple of scenes stand out. The first is at the top of the 30-second spot, with Boyd (Walton Goggins) confronting a revival preacher (Joe Mazzello) about being a "false prophet." We already know the two characters will clash, and it appears to start pretty early. The second moment comes when Raylan visits his dad, Arlo (Raymond J. Berry) , in prison. "You think you get all your turmoil from me?" Arlo asks. That could be a reference to a cold case Raylan is investigating that ...'Anger Management,' 'Justified' Return Dates Set by FX (The Wrap) — FX released its early 2013 premiere schedule Wednesday, including dates for the second season of Charlie Sheen's sitcom "Anger Management" and the fourth season of the Timothy Olyphant lawman drama "Justified." The premiere schedule kicks off with "Justified" on Tuesday, Jan. 8 at 10 p.m. ...First Look At Patton Oswalt In 'Justified' (AOL TV Squad) — "Justified" fans will have to wait until early January for a new episode, but we've got your first look at Patton Oswalt, who makes his debut as Constable Bob Sweeney in the season 4 premiere, now.
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