End of the road for Raylan and Boyd in FX’s Justified series finale: “The Promise”

FX Justifies series finale

Remember the summer of 2009 and FX’s announcement of a 13-episode order for Lawman, based on the work of the late, great crime fiction author Elmore Leonard?

After six seasons, the tale of Harland, Ky., lawman Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) and career criminal Boyd Crowder (Walton Goggins) comes to a close on FX on Tuesday, April 14, at 10pm ET/PT in the Justified series finale, “The Promise.”

“I will say that it is nice knowing that, you know, the show — to have an opportunity to know the end is coming,” Olyphant says. “Usually, when things end, I’m not the first person to find out. So that’s been lovely. And I think it’s been wonderful to just be able to see the finish line and enjoy it.”

A HISTORY OF “JUSTIFIED”:

Legendary author Elmore Leonard, whose work inspired Justified, dead at 87

Elmore Leonard hails Justified as a true adaptation of his work

Elmore Leonard talks about the return of Justified and his new Raylan Givens novel

Justified season six preview

5 Things To Love About Justified Season 5

Justified: 10 things to love about Season 4

“Justified” gets mysterious for Season 4, says executive producer Graham Yost

FX orders 13 episodes of “Lawman” for spring 2010

FX Justifies series finale

Photo: Credit: Kurt Iswarienko/FX

1 Comment

  1. Excellent show! Raylan a mans/man! Hate to see it end . Sequel needed. Will order a stetson.

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