PR Justified: The Complete Third Season on DVD & Blu-ray Dec 31
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
The modern-day, gun-slinging police drama stars Timothy Olyphant as the rugged, old-school U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens, along with Walton Goggins as career criminal Boyd Crowder. The season guest stars Jeremy Davies in his Emmy-winning role as Dickie Bennett (Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series, 2012).
Uncensored Special Features Include Cast and Crew Commentaries, All-New Featurettes, Outtakes, Deleted Scenes, and the Blu-Ray Exclusive:
In Conversation: Timothy Olyphant and Walton Goggins
CULVER CITY, CALIF. (October 29, 2012) - The renegade style of justice is back when Justified: The Complete Third Season is released on Blu-ray(TM) and DVD December 31st from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. The modern-day, gun-slinging police drama stars Timothy Olyphant (TV's "Deadwood") as the rugged, old-school U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens, along with Walton Goggins (TV's "The Shield") as career criminal Boyd Crowder. The season guest stars Jeremy Davies in his Emmy(R)-winning role as Dickie Bennett (Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series, 2012).
The third season of Justified finds Harlan County no longer under the rule of the Bennett family, while Boyd returns to the criminal life and Raylan struggles to keep the town under control. The critically acclaimed FX drama brings together additional all-star casting including Nick Searcy (Moneyball), Joelle Carter (TV's "Prime Suspect"), Jacob Pitts (TV's "The Pacific"), Erica Tazel (TV's "Jericho"), and Natalie Zea (TV's "Person of Interest").
Arriving on Blu-ray and DVD, the three-disc set comes with all 13 episodes, deleted scenes, outtakes, cast and crew commentary on nine episodes, and three all-new featurettes that focus on the making of season three, the stunts and a tour of Nobles Holler. Exclusive to the Blu-ray is a sit down interview between Olyphant and Goggins.
Boyd and his crew will find they aren't the only ones making a play to rule the Harlan underworld. Now Raylan finds himself facing off against dirty politicians, hidden fortunes, a mysterious man named Limehouse
and an enterprising and lethal criminal from the Motor City named Quarles.
Justifiedis based on the short story "Fire in the Hole" by crime novelist Elmore Leonard (Out of Sight) and was developed for television by Graham Yost (TV's "Boomtown"). Season three of the series was executive produced by Leonard Yost, Michael Dinner (TV's "The Mob Doctor"), Sarah Timberman (TV's "Unforgettable"), Carl Beverly (TV's "Unforgettable"), Fred Golan (TV's "Boomtown"). Dave Andron (TV's "Knight Rider") served as co-executive producer and Don Kurt (TV's "White Collar"), Olyphant and Taylor Elmore (TV's "Cold Case") served as producers.
The Devil You Know
Thick as Mud
When the Guns Come Out
The Man Behind the Curtain
Watching the Detectives
Guy Walks Into a Bar
Blu-ray & DVD Special Features Include:
* Nine Cast and Crew Commentaries with Graham Yost, Timothy Olyphant, Joelle Carter, Nick Searcy, Mykelti Williamson, Jere Burns and more
* Three All-New Featurettes
* Crossing The Line: Making Season 3
* Ellstin's Joint: Nobles Holler Set Tour
* Anatomy of a Stunt
* Deleted Scenes
Blu-ray Exclusive Special Feature:
* In Conversation: Timothy Olyphant and Walton Goggins
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