You may still have 15 days to go until the premiere of “Justified” on Tuesday, January 7, but isn’t it better to get ready for all the action early? When the dust settles from the holidays, you’re going to be rather happy that you already know what is coming up … especially since at that point, the show is literally going to feel like it is just around the bend.
So what we’re here to do for you today is share a few more details about the season premiere episode “A Murder of Crowes,” including more information about what makes it different than some of the other past episodes of the show. For one, there were some parts of this installment that were actually shot in Florida, which is going to make Timothy Olyphant’s Raylan really stand out more than ever in the midst of his surroundings. As for what he is doing there, let’s just say that it revolves around the Crowe family, that nasty bunch of backwoods criminals that are going to be the villains for the season. Daryl Crowe Jr. (Michael Rappaport) is supposedly the ringleader of the gang.
If you want to see more, just take a look at the full synopsis attached below:
“In the swamplands of Florida, Raylan tangles with a deadly branch of the Crowe Family Tree, while Boyd goes into the dark heart of the collapsing Detroit Mob. Written by Graham Yost & Fred Golan; directed by Michael Dinner.”
The Boyd story is going to lead to a much larger role for Wynn Duffy this season, since we’re not going to be seeing Walton Goggins go it alone during his journey to Detroit. One thing to keep track of during the premiere is that Boyd is going to do something that may completely shock you. As a matter of fact, it even shocked Goggins during the filing process for it.
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