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Justified (tv program)

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  • Rednecks translate to greenbacks on TV

    Rednecks translate to greenbacks on TV
    The singing vegetarian wanted nothing to do with the backwoods ducks. When Morrissey was scheduled to appear on Jimmy Kimmel's late-night show last month along with the cast of A&E's "Duck Dynasty," the '80s cult rocker issued an ultimatum: Boot the...
  • 'The Following,' 'Justified' star Natalie Zea ready for laughs

    'The Following,' 'Justified' star Natalie Zea ready for laughs
    Natalie Zea says she prefers doing comedies, but her characters in two high-profile dramas find themselves in peril this week. "Oh, God, I know. I gotta get away from this," she said Friday with a chuckle. "I've got to go do some sort of slapstick...
  • Natalie Zea returns to 'Justified' with baby news

    Natalie Zea returns to 'Justified' with baby news
    Like the entire fourth season, the latest episode "Justified" was smart, funny and nerve-wracking. It was also kind of sweet thanks to the return of Natalie Zea. She hasn't been a regular on the show--she's working on Fox's "The Following"--but the...
  • 'The Americans' begins filming for FX

    'The Americans' begins filming for FX
    Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys have begun filming "The Americans" for FX in Brooklyn. I'm looking forward to the series, a Cold War spy drama set in the 1980s and scheduled to premiere in January 2013. It comes from "Falling Skies" producer Joe Weisberg,...
  • 'Justified: The Complete Third Season'

    FX's modern-Western series continues to boast a strong performance by Timothy Olyphant as Raylan Givens, the federal lawman determined to keep his region of Kentucky safe from criminals such as Boyd Crowder (Walton Goggins). That's still far from a simple...
  • Elmore Leonard recovering after a stroke

    Elmore Leonard recovering after a stroke
    Crime writer Elmore Leonard is recovering from a stroke in an undisclosed Detroit-area hospital. "It happened a week ago, last Monday [July 29]," his longtime researcher, Gregg Sutter, told the Detroit News. "He's doing better every day, and the...
  • Review: AMC's 'Low Winter Sun' comes on strong, stays solid

     Review: AMC's 'Low Winter Sun' comes on strong, stays solid
    "Low Winter Sun," which begins Sunday on AMC, remakes a 2006 British series of the same name and with the same starring actor, Mark Strong, as in the Edinburgh-set original. He has left that accent at home and picked up a new one for the duration....
  • 'The White Queen' on Starz looks at the Wars of the Roses' women

    NEW YORK — A dashing young English royal falls for a beautiful commoner, and their love becomes a nationwide sensation that forever alters the face of the monarchy. No, their names aren't Will and Kate, but rather King Edward IV and Elizabeth...
  • Nick Searcy brings authenticity to his characters

    Nick Searcy brings authenticity to his characters
    This is the first of a series on some of the top character actors in Hollywood. Over the years, Nick Searcy has played everything from a German shepherd in an off-Broadway musical rip-off of "Cats" called "Dogs" to astronaut Deke Slayton in the Emmy...
  • Aaron Paul got teary-eyed over final 'Breaking Bad' script

    Aaron Paul got teary-eyed over final 'Breaking Bad' script
    Aaron Paul treaded lightly when it came to reading the final "Breaking Bad" script. "It was sitting in my place for probably three or four days," he said Wednesday during a live Web chat with The Times. "I just kept staring at it because, you know, once...
  • The best of 'Breaking Bad's' fan videos

    At last, after 4 1/2 seasons, AMC's "Breaking Bad" has become a true cultural phenomenon, just in time for its final eight episodes. But just because fans will have only two more months in which to celebrate the scheming and plotting of meth maestro...