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Missing Justified? Now, I can’t bring it back, but I can bring one of you out to LA to mix drinks with me. We’ll even have a nice dinner with some celebrity chefs beforehand. ENTER HERE: http://bit.ly/DrinksWithTimAll entries benefit the amazing Alex’s Lemonade Stand in their fight against childhood cancer.
Posted by Timothy Olyphant on Quarta, 12 de agosto de 2015
According to TV Line, the Television Critics Association has announced the nominees for the 31st Annual TCA Awards. FX each garnered five nominations, which includes Justified earning a nod for Outstanding Achievement in Drama.
Justified took the lead with 5 nominations at the fifth annual Critics’ Choice Television Awards. Sam Elliott took home an award for his role as the scene-stealing antagonist, Avery Markham, The Big Lebowski actor won the award for Guest Performer in a Drama Series. Elliott beat Goggins, Lois Smith from The Americans, and Julianne Nicholson from Masters of Sex.
Justified creator/showrunner Graham Yost, who serves as executive producer of The Americans, also joined the celebration as the show won for Best Drama Series.
The 31st Annual TCA Awards will be held Saturday, Aug. 8, 2015 during the Television Critics Association’s summer press tour.
Timothy Olyphant attends ‘Dealing For Duchenne’ At Sony Studios Benefiting The Center For Duchenne At UCLA at Sony Studios on May 9, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.
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The gun thugs were plentiful. The body count might have exceeded the total population of Harlan County, Ky. But in the end, “Justified” went out on a surprisingly compassionate note.
Over six seasons the darkly comic FX crime drama, created by Graham Yost, served up an array of colorful “big bads” to menace Timothy Olyphant’s swaggering United States marshal Raylan Givens, including Margo Martindale’s Emmy-winning crime queen in Season 2, Neal McDonough’s sleeve-gun wielding nutter in Season 3 and Sam Elliott’s dope kingpin this year.
The final season, however, mostly amounted to a three-way showdown between the core characters — Raylan, his hometown nemesis, Boyd Crowder (Walton Goggins) and their shared love interest, Ava Crowder (Joelle Carter). The finale put them all in a room together one last time, as Boyd and Raylan squared off in a callback to the series’s inciting incident — Givens’s “justified” shooting of a criminal in Miami that nevertheless resulted in him being re-assigned to his home state, Kentucky.