Justified: A Neo-Western Crime Drama with a Modern Twist

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Justified: A Neo-Western Crime Drama with a Modern Twist
Justified: A Neo-Western Crime Drama with a Modern Twist

DIKSIA.COM - If you are looking for a that combines the elements of , , , and action genres, you might want to check out . is an American neo- television series that premiered on March 16, 2010, on the FX network.

It is based on Elmore Leonard's stories about the character , a tough deputy U.S. Marshal who enforces his own brand of justice in his native Kentucky.

The series has received critical acclaim and has been nominated for eight Primetime Emmy Awards, with two wins. In this article, we will the plot, characters, and highlights of Justified, and why you should watch it.


Justified is a that follows the adventures of , a deputy U.S. Marshal who is transferred from Miami to Lexington, Kentucky, after shooting a mob hitman in a justified but controversial manner.

Raylan returns to his hometown of Harlan County, where he has to deal with his criminal past, his estranged family, and his old friends and enemies.

Raylan is a modern-day cowboy who wears a Stetson hat, carries a Colt Python revolver, and has a quick draw and a sharp wit. He is also haunted by his abusive father Arlo, his ex-wife Winona, and his complicated relationship with Ava Crowder, the widow of his childhood friend .

is Raylan's main antagonist and sometimes ally in the series. He is a charismatic outlaw who leads various criminal enterprises in Harlan County, such as bank robbery, drug trafficking, mining, and religion. He is also Raylan's former coal mining buddy and Ava's lover.

Boyd and Raylan have a long history of friendship and rivalry that dates back to their childhood. They often clash over their different views of justice and morality, but they also respect each other as worthy adversaries.

The series also features a colorful cast of supporting characters who add depth and humor to the story. Some of them are Raylan's colleagues at the U.S. Marshals Service, such as his boss Art Mullen, his fellow marshals Tim Gutterson and Rachel Brooks, and his nemesis David Vasquez.