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.
Last Episode05x13 Restitution Aired: Apr. 08, 2014
Raylan has one last shot at taking down Art's would-be assassin, while cartel killers have Boyd's back against the wall.
Series Fun Facts
- Raylan Givens was previously played by James Le Gros in 'Pronto (1997) (TV)', based on the novel by Elmore Leonard. LeGros also portrayed petty criminal Wade Messer in the series.
- The series was originally to be titled "Lawman". But the title was changed to avoid confusion with Steven Seagal: Lawman.
- Timothy Olyphant, who plays Marshal Raylan Givens, also starred in the HBO series Deadwood as Sheriff Seth Bullock. Several other actors that appeared in 'Deadwood' make guest appearances in…
[show]Timothy Olyphant, who plays Marshal Raylan Givens, also starred in the HBO series Deadwood as Sheriff Seth Bullock. Several other actors that appeared in 'Deadwood' make guest appearances in 'Justified': - W. Earl Brown, who played "Dan Dority" in "Deadwood", plays a prisoner who takes two officers hostage in the Marshal's office; - Sean Bridgers ("Johnny Burns") as a would-be assassin of a judge; - Peter Jason ("Con Stapleton") plays an art collector; - Ray McKinnon (Rev. Smith) plays an assassin sent from Miami to kill Raylan; - Brent Sexton ("Harry Manning") plays a sheriff who helps Givens; - Pruitt Taylor Vince ("Mose Manuel") plays a pawn shop owner with ties to the Dixie Mafia; - Jim Beaver ("Ellworth") plays Shelby, a mining operation manager, who then becomes Boyd Crowder's man for sheriff; - Stephen Tobolowsky ("Hugo Jarry") plays Special Agent Barkley, an FBI agent who has an adversarial relationship with Raylan; - Gerald McRaney ("George Hearst") plays Josiah, a former cohort of Arlo Givens on house arrest