LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - "Justified" begins its final season with a customary slow build. The new threat, played by Sam Elliott, doesn't even really present itself until the third episode, with another fine addition, Garret Dillahunt, as his vaguely threatening surrogate. Still, that's emblematic of the laconic charm that has characterized this Elmore Leonard adaptation throughout its run, with Timothy Olyphant's modern cowboy becoming one of FX's unsung heroes. Although the program isn't as showy or heralded as the network's other dramas, its sixth-season start reinforces a sense that "Justified" will be sorely missed when it rides into the sunset.
As season five made clear, the home stretch is shaping up to be an inevitable showdown between Olyphant's U.S. marshal, Raylan Givens, and boyhood pal-turned-criminal Boyd Crowder (Walton Goggins), with Boyd's significant other and Raylan's one-time fling, Ava (Joelle Carter), uncomfortably caught i...
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