JUSTIFIED Season 4 Available on Blu-ray & DVD, 12/17
Justice still prevails when JUSTIFIED: THE COMPLETE FOURTH SEASON arrives on Blu-ray and DVD* Dec. 17 from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. Timothy Olyphant (TV's "Deadwood") returns as rugged U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens in the critically acclaimed modern-day police drama from Sony Pictures Television and Bluebush Productions.
The gun-slinging action continues in season four as Raylan investigates a 30-year-old, unsolved mystery while Boyd Crowder fights to maintain his control over Harlan County. The life-or-death suspense escalates as the season progresses, culminating in a brutal finish.
Two never-before-seen featurettes are included exclusively on the three-disc Justified Blu-ray set,
giving fans a behind-the-scenes look at how Walton Goggins prepared for his role, as well as an inside look at how an episode is created from the script through the production. Both three-disc Blu-ray and DVD sets feature cast and crew commentaries, outtakes and deleted scenes, as well as three additional, all-new featurettes including pieces on Constable Bob, the US war veteran experience through the characters eyes, and a complete anatomy of an episode featuring behind-the-scene footage and all new interviews.
JUSTIFIED: THE COMPLETE FOURTH SEASON features an exceptional ensemble cast, including Nick Searcy (Moneyball), Joelle Carter (TV's "Prime Suspect"), Jacob Pitts (TV's "The Pacific"), Erica Tazel (TV's "Jericho") and Walton Goggins (TV's "The Shield"). Guest stars include Natalie Zea (TV's "Person of Interest"), Raymond J. Barry (Training Day), David Meunier (TV's "Revolution"), Ron Eldard (upcoming Jobs), Joe Mazzello (TV's "The Pacific"), Mike O'Malley (TV's "Glee"), Patton Oswalt(TV's "Two and a Half Men"), Lindsay Pulsipher (TV's "Hatfields & McCoys"), and more.
The Emmy Award-winning Justified returns for its fourth season with U.S. Marshall Raylan Givens
(Olyphant) picking at the thread of a cold case more than 30 years in the making, and unraveling a riddle that echoes all the way back to his boyhood and his criminal father's bad dealings. Meanwhile, Boyd Crowder (Goggins) finds his own criminal grip on Harlan County loosening due to a Pentecostal preacher with a penchant for theatrics and a knack for manipulation. Developed by Graham Yost, Justified is based on the short story "Fire in the Hole"by Elmore Leonard. The show is executive produced by Elmore Leonard, Graham Yost, Carl Beverly (TV's "Unforgettable"), and Fred Gloan. The show is co-executive produced by Timothy Olyphant, Don Kurt, and Dave Andron.