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Series Summary
Deputy Raylan Givens has his own, Wild West-style methods of upholding justice, putting him at odds with the criminals he hunts and with his bosses in the U.S. Marshals Service. And an incident prompts his reassignment to the Kentucky district where he grew up. The character is based on one created by author Elmore Leonard in several books and short stories.

Air Dates: 2010 - Present

Genres: Crime drama

Network: FX

  • Season 5, Ep. 13 : Restitution Apr 8, 2014

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    Raylan has one last shot at taking down Art's would-be assassin; cartel killers have Boyd's back against the wall.

  • Season 5, Ep. 12 : Starvation Apr 1, 2014

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    Raylan puts pressure on every criminal in town as a ploy to arrest Darryl Crowe Jr.; Boyd and Duffy enlist an unlikely ally to fight off cartel killers.

  • Season 5, Ep. 11 : The Toll Mar 25, 2014

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    A shooting close to home forces Raylan and Boyd to decide which lines they're willing to cross.

  • Season 5, Ep. 10 : Weight Mar 18, 2014

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    Raylan and Boyd collide on the hunt for Dewey Crowe; bad blood simmering in the Crowe family finally boils over.

  • Season 5, Ep. 9 : Wrong Roads Mar 11, 2014

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    Raylan partners with a DEA agent whose bad behavior feels uncomfortably familiar; Boyd makes a hard choice to protect Ava.

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  • The new season returns to the show's more familiar structure. But the character beats that played out last season--and in previous seasons, for that matter -- linger. The result is that the Harlan, Ky., and environs of Justified feels like a very familiar, lived-in place--in the best possible sense. show more

  • The show's characters, whether major or minor, skirt familiar archetypes, but the writing and performances consistently subvert accepted lowlife caricatures, finding something less pointedly foreboding than odd and irrefutably human in Harlan County's heroes and villains. show more

  • As it so often does, the first few episodes of “Justified” send a few plates spinning. Few shows have more deftly managed various plot threads over the course of a season, while also throwing in the occasional stand-alone story, as Justified. show more

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