Justified is back! Timothy Olyphant will return as Raylan Givens in Justified: City Primeval…seven years after the original series went off the air.










Timothy Olyphant is returning to his Justified show with the follow-up Justified: City Primeval.

The limited series will re-introduce the 53-year-old actor as US Marshal Raylan Givens.

It has been seven years since the original show, which also starred Natalie Zea, Walton Goggins, Margot Martindale and Jacob Pitts, went off the air.

Back for More: Timothy Olyphant is returning to his Justified show with the Justified: City Primeval reboot. The limited series will re-introduce the 53-year-old actor as US Marshal Raylan Givens.

The limited series was teased in March 2021, but was only recently greenlit by FX.

It begins eight years after the US Marshall left Kentucky and headed for Miami. Now he is balancing his work life and being the father of a 14-year-old girl.

According to Deadline, “A chance encounter on a Florida highway sends him to Detroit and he crosses paths with Clement Mansell aka The Oklahoma Wildman, a violent sociopath who’s already slipped through the fingers of Detroit’s finest once and wants to get back.” To do it”.

The Gone in 60 Seconds star will executive produce in addition to being the main male star on the limited series.

The Past: It's been seven years since the original show, which also starred Natalie Zea (pictured), Walton Goggins, Margot Martindale and Jacob Pitts, went off the air.

The Past: It’s been seven years since the original show, which also starred Natalie Zea (pictured), Walton Goggins, Margot Martindale and Jacob Pitts, went off the air.

It is not yet known if any of the other cast members, such as Zea or Goggins, will have guest star roles.

But considering Zea played Winona, Raylan’s ex, who he shares that 14-year-old girl with, she’s likely to guest star. Zea currently stars on the hit NBC series LaBrea.

Eric Schrier, president of FX Entertainment, made a statement on the adaptation based on Eleanor Leonard’s novel City Primeval: High Noon in Detroit.

‘Justified was one of the most critically acclaimed shows of the last decade and an adaptation of Elmore Leonard’s work that was so colorfully performed by Timothy Olyphant as Raylan Givens, Graham Yost and the entire team of producers, writers, directors and cast. ‘ the president shared.

Will she come back?  It's not yet known if any of the other cast members, like Zea (pictured right), will have guest star roles, but considering the show is about him raising his 14-year-old daughter, the Texas native may have a guest star role.

Will she come back? It’s not yet known if any of the other cast members, like Zea (pictured right), will have guest star roles, but considering the show is about him raising his 14-year-old daughter, the Texas native may have a guest star role.

Eight Emmy Nominations: Justified ran for a total of six seasons, beginning in 2010 and ending in 2015. The hit show garnered eight Emmy nominations over the six seasons, including one for Timothy for best actor in a drama in 2011.

Eight Emmy Nominations: Justified ran for a total of six seasons, beginning in 2010 and ending in 2015. The hit show garnered eight Emmy nominations over the six seasons, including one for Timothy for best actor in a drama in 2011.

He added, “It’s exciting that this group is reuniting with Tim again as Raylan in a new and different story from Elmore Leonard.

“I want to thank our showrunners Dave and Michael, and their fellow executive producers Tim, Graham, Sarah and Carl, the estate of Elmore Leonard, as well as our partners at Sony Pictures Television, for making this possible.”

Fan Favorite: Her co-star, Margo Martindale (right), took home an Emmy for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama in 2011. The show also won a Peabody Award in 2011

Fan Favorite: Her co-star, Margo Martindale (right), took home an Emmy for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama in 2011. The show also won a Peabody Award in 2011

Justified had a total of six seasons, beginning in 2010 and ending in 2015.

The hit show garnered eight Emmy nominations over the course of six seasons, including one for Timothy for best actor in a drama in 2011.

Her co-star, Margo Martindale, took home an Emmy for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama in 2011. The show also won a Peabody Award in 2011.

The Hawaiian native has been married to his wife, Alexis Knief, for 31 years. The couple married in 1991 and share three children. Vivian, Henry and Grace

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