Did anyone else wake up with a Bachelor hangover today? It's only Tuesday, but after ABC unleashed the hotness known as Juan Pablo Galavis on America last night- I'm still trying to recover.
By THE DEADLINE TEAM FX has confirmed January premiere dates for drama "Justified," animated comedy "Archer" and new animated comedy "Chozen." "Chozen" had been scheduled to run on FXX but now will be paired with "Archer" for a Monday night animation block. With that move, FXX will launch Season 2 of "Legit with Ali G: […]
With A&E's "Longmire" set to return for a second season on Monday, we compare A&E's silent sheriff to another laconic lawman, Raylan Givens of "Justified." Read and watch …
Natalie Zea has moved on to “The Following,” but she still had time recently to film one final episode for the current season of “Justified,” she disclosed Friday.
NEW YORK (TheWrap.com) - News Corp. may split its successful FX network into two, with the new network, FXX, focusing more on twentysomethings and comedy. The new network could replace Fox Soccer, the Los Angeles Times said.Broadcasting & Cable reported the possible name and focus of the new channel. "We're constantly evaluating our programming offerings […]
Timothy Olyphant has only one problem with his "Justified" character becoming a dad: Children on the set. Read what the outspoken actor had to say about that …
LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) - 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, January 8 at 10 p.m. The season will find Olyphant's character, […]
The archvillain played by Neal McDonough in “Justified” met a gory end as the show’s third season came to a close Tuesday night on FX.
The backwoods of Kentucky are about to become a war zone as “Justified” heads into the final three episodes of a superlative third season on FX.
"Justified" has been given a fourth-season pickup, FX announced Tuesday. The network has ordered 13 new episodes of the critically acclaimed gun-slinging series based on the Elmore Leonard character Deputy U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant).