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Justified: Season 3 (2012)

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Critic Consensus: Justified continues to dispense its brand of spare dialogue and sudden violence, culminating in a very satisfying finale.

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Old-school U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens is reassigned from Miami to his childhood home in the poor, rural coal-mining towns in Eastern Kentucky.

Cast

Timothy Olyphant
as Raylan Givens
Nick Searcy
as Art Mullen
Erica Tazel
as Rachel Brooks
Jacob Pitts
as Tim Gutterson
Joelle Carter
as Ava Crowder
Walton Goggins
as Boyd Crowder
Natalie Zea
as Winona Hawkins
Mykelti Williamson
as Ellstin Limehouse
Jere Burns
as Wynn Duffy
Neal McDonough
as Robert Quarles
Raymond J. Barry
as Arlo Givens
Jeremy Davies
as Dickie Bennett
David Meunier
as Johnny Crowder
David Andrews
as Tillman Napier
Todd Stashwick
as Ash Murphy
Damon Herriman
as Dewey Crowe
Jim Beaver
as Shelby
Abbey Miller
as Ellen May
Peter Murnik
as Tom Bergen
Kaitlyn Dever
as Loretta McCready
Adam Arkin
as Theo Tonin
Jenn Lyon
as Lindsey Salazar
Max Perlich
as Sammy Tonin
Rick Gomez
as Asst. U.S. Attorney David Vasquez
William Ragsdale
as Gary Hawkins
Stephen Tobolowsky
as Jeremy Barkley
Stephen Root
as Judge Reardon
Mickey Jones
as Rodney Dunham
Carla Gugino
as A.D. Karen Goodall
Michael Harding
as Bill Nichols
Steven Flynn
as Emmitt Arnett
Eric Ladin
as Wally Becket
Ed Corbin
as Coombs
James LeGros
as Wade Messer
Desmond Harrington
as Nix Fletcher
Jim Haynie
as Lemuel Briggs
Bonnie Root
as Mary Archer
Cathy Cahlin Ryan
as Sally Jenson
Gill Gayle
as Paul Trowers
Richard Lineback
as Delmer Coates
Lenny Citrano
as Little Joe Delahunt
Linda Gehringer
as Helen Givens
David Carpenter
as Capt. Gene Reynolds
Stoney Westmoreland
as Det. Garrity
Willow Greer
as J.J. Corliss
Tim De Zarn
as Det. Dempsey
Richard Speight Jr
as Jed Berwind
Tyler Neitzel
as Pete Jenson
Brendan McCarthy
as Tanner Dodd
Chris Tardio
as Partlow
Clay Wilcox
as Longbaugh
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Critic Reviews for Justified: Season 3

All Critics (28) | Top Critics (12)

It's possible that the writers of Justified understand Elmore Leonard's best character better than Elmore Leonard does.

January 17, 2012 | Full Review…
Slate
Top Critic

Lean, laconic, precise and as carefully word-crafted as any series on TV, there's pretty much nothing here to suggest that the third season won't be as good as the second -- or better.

January 17, 2012 | Rating: A | Full Review…
Newsday
Top Critic

Whether you've followed the show to this point or not, you can tune in and savor smart TV drama at its best.

January 17, 2012 | Rating: 5/5 | Full Review…
New York Daily News
Top Critic

One of the many reasons why Justified is so good is the fact that no matter how convoluted the relations among the series' characters appear in retrospect, they never feel as such (at least to excess) while watching.

August 26, 2014 | Rating: 5/5 | Full Review…
What Culture

The great thing about Justified is the way it fills itself with characters who live and die by a code that strives to keep even the most dastardly of characters from crossing some sort of ethical or moral line they have put down for themselves.

August 25, 2014 | Full Review…
ScreenRant

Even with all the changes, Justified remains the same potent mix of understated humor and fascinating point-counterpoint intrigue.

June 24, 2014 | Full Review…
Cleveland Plain Dealer

Audience Reviews for Justified: Season 3

Not exacly an improvement over S02 but a continuation of what was made so well before, the storyline and approach are quite different, giving room for amazing rampages and hilarious situations. Unfortunently, once we start to exit Harlan, things start to get a bit messy but fortunently things end up rather well, connecting most of the dots.

Francisco G.

Super Reviewer

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