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Justified Season 4 Will Hit Blu-ray And DVD This December

The criminal underbelly of small town Kentucky doesn’t often make for compelling television, but Justified has turned that very concept into interesting drama over its first four seasons. The criminals in FX’s drama series have caused problems for reluctant Kentucky Deputy U.S. Marshall Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) over the years, but in Season 4, his tenuous relationships with the local criminals keep reaching breaking points, making for 13-episodes of television that should not be missed. Soon, you can view these episodes from the comfort of your own home. The series is already available to purchase digitally, and Sony Pictures Home Entertainment is bringing Justified: The Complete Fourth Season onto Blu-ray and DVD on December 17.


Special Features Exclusive to the Justified Blu-ray

  • “Becoming Boyd” – Walton Goggins discusses the evolution of Boyd Crowder throughout the seasons
  • “Script to Screen: The Finale” – Track the script as the writers develop and revise the story, and then go on set for a behind-the-scenes look at the production of the final episode

Special Features Included on both the Justified Blu-ray & DVD

  • 10 Cast & Crew Commentaries
  • Outtakes
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Deadly Serious: Constable Bob – Patton Oswalt discusses one of the great characters from Season 4: Constable Bob
  • Anatomy of An Episode – Combines interviews with the cast, crew & writers, as well as in-scene audio commentary & behind-the-scenes footage using picture-in-picture style for the ultimate Justified experience
  • The Veteran’s Experience – From Boyd to his new sidekick Colt to Arlo Givens & Tim Gutterson, the creative forces of Justified have made a point of highlighting the US war veteran experience.

The announcement of the Justified: The Complete Fourth Season set means fans are that much closer to getting new episodes of FX’s series. The network has renewed the drama for a fifth season, which is expected to hit the schedule in 2014.