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 Episode06x13 The Promise Aired: Apr. 14, 2015
Raylan, Boyd, and Ava fight one last, bloody battle to find out who leaves Harlan alive.
- U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens
- Boyd Crowder
- Chief Deputy Art Mullen
- Ava Crowder
- Deputy Marshal Rachel Dupree
Series Fun Facts
- Raylan Givens uses a Glock 17 chambered in 9×19mm, not a .45 as he incorrectly states in season 1 episode 10.
- Timothy Olyphant, who plays Marshal Raylan Givens, also starred in the HBO series Deadwood as Sheriff Seth Bullock. Several other actors who 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 who appeared in "Deadwood" make guest appearances in this series: 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 ("Ellsworth") 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; Garret Dillahunt ("Francis Wolcott" / "Jack McCall") plays Ty Walker, one of Avery Markham's henchmen.
- Walton Goggins, who was born in Alabama and grew up in Georgia, originally declined the role of Boyd Crowder out of concern that the character would portray a negative stereotype of…
[show]Walton Goggins, who was born in Alabama and grew up in Georgia, originally declined the role of Boyd Crowder out of concern that the character would portray a negative stereotype of Southerners. He changed his mind and did the pilot as a favor to Timothy Olyphant, whom he knew through friends. It was supposed to be one episode only; Boyd originally died at the end of the pilot, as he did in the novel the show was based on. However, when the character scored well with test audiences, it was decided to reshoot the ending of the pilot to allow Boyd to return as a recurring character.