The 'Justified' returns to FX with Timothy Olyphant, who is set in Detroit of all angles
The film, directed in Detroit, is getting ready for a limited series. Timothy Olyphant is reprising his role as US Marshal Raylan Givens
The franchise is inspired by City Primeval: High Noon in Detroit, a crime novel written by Elmore Leonard. Theres no word yet on when the series will premiere on FX, and the fans are not saying whether it was shot in Detroit.
"When "Justified" finished, the love and affection for this remarkable series grew and grew, leaving viewers craving more Raylan Givens," said Sony Pictures TV Studios' president, Jeff Frost, and his co-president, Jason Clodfelter. "We look forward to experiencing the magic again of Tim, Graham, Dave, and Michael.
Givens is now living in Miami, where he balances his life as a Marshall and father of a 14-year-old girl. A chance encounter on a desolate Florida highway sends him to Detroit, where he crosses paths with Clement Mansell, aka The Oklahoma Wildman, a violent desperado who's avoided Detroit police.
Mansell's lawyer is determined to represent him even if he is caught in between a cop and a criminal.
The series "Justified," which was based on the Elmore Leonard novella, "Fire in the Hole," ran for six seasons on FX from 2010 to 2015. It was nominated for eight Emmy Awards, including two of them. It also received a Peabody Award and a AFI Television Program of the Year Award.
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