'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.Justified Season 4 Photo Shows Patton Oswalt with a Badge (Cinema Blend) — "Justified" is a series that knows how to balance humor with drama and suspense, so Patton Oswalt seems like the perfect kind of actor to guest star on the FX series. Known for his stand-up comedy, the comedian-actor has a proven and demonstrated knack for mixing funny with serious. See "Big Fan" and "Young Adult" for feature examples of what I'm referring to. Or perhaps we'll have another great example when he appears in the upcoming fourth season premiere of "Justified."Patton Oswalt: A 'Justified' peek (Entertainment Weekly) — EW exclusive! Meet Constable Bob Sweeney, who ''basically sorta wants to be Raylan Givens, but is not'''Lincoln' Star — I Am Not Brian Grazer, I Swear! (TMZ) — Here's "Lincoln" and "Justified" star Walton Goggins — who turns 41 on Saturday — at the AFI Film Festival in L.A. this week (left) — and uber producer Brian Grazer, 61, at an event earlier this year (right).A little dab will do ya.We're just ...'Justified' Creator Graham Yost to Keynote NY TV Fest (The Wrap) — Graham Yost, creator and executive producer of FX's "Justified," will be the Creative Keynote speaker of this year's New York Television Festival, joining previously announced participants including head writers of several late night shows, "Carrie Diaries" executive producer Candace Bushnell, and the cast of "Jersey Shore." The festival highlights the work of independent writers and producers as they vie for several development deals. ...Creative Arts Emmys: The Winners (Hollywood Reporter) — HBO lead with 17 awards, with "Game of Thrones" snagging six of them. Upsets included Jeremy Davies of "Justified" taking best guest drama actor.Justified's David Menuier Joins the Revolution (TV Guide) — NBC's "Revolution" is growing! David Meunier has landed a recurring role on the NBC series, TVGuide.com has learned. The "Justified" alum will play Sgt. Strausser, who first appears in the second episode of the series. Sgt. Strausser is "a menacing psychopath who works for General Monroe [David Lyons]," creator Eric Kripke says.'The Americans' Gets FX Series Order (The Wrap) — FX has placed a 13-episode order for the 1980s-set spy drama "The Americans," starring Keri Russell, Matthew Rhys and Noah Emmerich. Created by executive producer and showrunner Joe Weisberg, the series is executive produced by "Justified" creator Graham Yost, Justin Favley and Darryl Frank. ...TV Stars Invade 'Sesame Street'! (AOL TV Squad) — "Sesame Street" Season 43 will be filled with stars ... TV stars to be exact. "Mad Men" actor Jon Hamm, "House of Lies" actors Kristen Bell and Don Cheadle and more very familiar TV faces will be paying a visit to Elmo and co. when the new season premieres on Mon., Sept. 24 on PBS Kids. Other familiar faces stopping by include "Parenthood's" Dax Shepard, "Justified" star Timothy Olyphant, Ed Helms, Zac Efron, Melissa McCarthy and Steve Carell, just to name a few. Season 43 will also see parodies of "The Voice" and "Downton Abbey." Take a look at some of the TV stars heading to "Sesame Street" in the gallery below. "Sesame Street" premieres on Mon., Sept. 24 on PBS Kids. Check your local listings for times.Margo Martindale, Sarah Jones, Natalie Martinez Cast on CBS Shows (The Wrap) — CBS has grabbed up several stars of recently canceled shows for guest spots and regular and recurring roles on its dramas. They include "Alcatraz" star Sarah Jones , Margo Martindale, an Emmy winner for "Justified" who last appeared on "A Gifted Man" and "Detroit 1-8-7" star Natalie Martinez. ...On the Range With A&E's Hot Summer Hit Longmire (TV Guide) — It's been a long time since TV was populated by righteous dudes of few words in cowboy hats. Timothy Olyphant's lawmen on "Deadwood" and "Justified" have a vengeful streak, and on "Hatfields & McCoys" you couldn't hit a hero with a Winchester if you tried. That's the hole "Longmire" executive producers Hunt Baldwin, John Coveny and Greer Shephard wanted to fill. "After a ...'Downton Abbey' Cleans Up In Emmys Acting Categories (AOL TV Squad) — "Downton Abbey" has had quite a banner day today. Not only did the PBS Masterpiece series get an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Drama, as expected, but they also received six major acting nominations in the Drama Series categories: Hugh Bonneville (Outstanding Lead Actor), Michelle Dockery (Outstanding Lead Actress), Maggie Smith and Joanne Frogatt (both for Outstanding Supporting Actress), and Brendan Coyle and Jim Carter (both for Outstanding Supporting Actor). Last year, "Downton Abbey" was submitted in the Outstanding Miniseries or Made for Television Movie category, which it easily won, but this year it's up against some major competition in the Outstanding Drama category, including newcomer "Homeland," favorites "Breaking Bad," "Game of Thrones" and "Boardwalk Empire" and the category's reigning champion, AMC's "Mad Men," which has won four years running. "Downton's" submission as a drama series shook up a lot of the acting categories — last year, Maggie Smith won Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie for playing the Dowager Countess (note: Elizabeth McGovern was also nominated last year as Lead Actress, but did not receive a nomination this year), but this year's five new contenders for the acting categories bumped some familiar Emmy faces from the race. Most notable? "Mad Men" star John Slattery, a.k.a. Roger Sterling, who was missing from this year's Supporting Actor in a Drama Series category for the first time in the show's history. "Mad Men's" Jared Harris did get a nomination in that category — his first, for a truly phenomenal final season on the show — but it was the two nominee newcomers of "Downton" that edged Slattery out of the race. Another snub, possibly caused by all the "Downton" love: Hugh Laurie did not receive a nomination for Best Actor for the final season of "House," even though he had been nominated every year for the previous six seasons of the show. Another Hugh, Mr. Bonneville, was honored with a nomination in the category this year. In the Best Actress category, three of last year's nominees were MIA this year — Mariska Hargitay ("Law & Order: SVU"), Mireille Enos ("The Killing") and Connie Britton (last year was "Friday Night Lights'" final season) — leaving the door open for Glenn Close for the final season of "Damages" and newcomers Claire Danes for "Homeland" and Michelle Dockery for "Downton Abbey." In the Best Supporting Actress category, neither Kelly Macdonald ("Boardwalk Empire") nor Michelle Forbes ("The Killing") received a repeat nomination this year, and last year's winner Margo Martindale ("Justified") was not eligible this year, leaving slots open for the two "Downton" ladies. In total, "Downton Abbey" received 16 Emmy nominations this year. What's your take: Does the show deserve all the love? More Emmys 2012: Complete list of nominees Stars react to nominations Snubs and surprisesWhat? No 'Idol'?! 'Walking Dead,' Grammer also among Emmy snubs (L.A. Times) — "American Idol," "The Walking Dead," Kelsey Grammer, Hugh Laurie and Timothy Olyphant of FX's "Justified" were among the most notable snubs in this year's Emmy nominations.
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