It’s time to say goodbye to our favorite Deputy U.S. Marshal, Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant), as FX has set an end date for its critically acclaimed series ‘Justified.’
It’s official — Season 6 of Justified will be its last. FX President John Landgraf announced the decision to reporters on Jan. 14 at the Television Critics Association press tour that the Emmy award winning series will come to a close next year. Find out why Raylan and co. are saying goodbye below the jump!
Raylan Givens, Boyd Crowder, and the rest of the ‘Justified’ lunatics returned to FX on Jan. 7, with a dynamic season opener that introduced a fan-favorite family as a force to be reckoned with.
Oh Justified, how do we even live without your madcap Appalachian lunacy for two-thirds of the year? Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) and the Justified crew returned with a new season and a new legion of redneck criminals on Jan. 7, introducing a kooky crime caper that brought the show to its darkest place yet — Florida. Check out the top five moments below!
Kyle Chandler & Peter Dinklage get our vote! Who gets yours?
When it comes to intense men on TV, Ian Somerhalder will always be our favorite. But since he’s not nominated this year — we’re still waiting! — let’s talk about the serious dudes vying for the Lead and Supporting Actor awards at this Sunday’s Emmys. Jon Hamm and John Slattery will both be representing Emmy-favorite Mad Men, while our personal favorites Kyle Chandler and Peter Dinklage will also be vying for that sweet Emmy gold.
Connie Britton & Christina Hendricks get our vote! Who gets yours?
They’re the ladies who make us scream, cry and pick our jaws up off the floor week after week — and now they’re going head-to-head at the biggest night in television! Julianna Margulies, Connie Britton, Christina Hendricks and more incredible actresses are vying for the Lead and Supporting Actress in a Drama Series Emmys, and even though a winner won’t be declared until the ceremony Sept. 18, we want to know who you’ll have your fingers crossed for!