Actress Natalie Zea, actor Timothy Olyphant and actor Walton Goggins arrive at the premiere of FX Networks & Sony Pictures Television's "Justified" at the Director's Guild Theater on March 8, 2010 in Los Angeles, California.
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'Justified' Cast: Where Are the Stars of the Western Crime Drama Today?

Get ready for the new 'Justified: City Primeval' spinoff by looking back on the iconic original cast.

Fans of the 2010's hit neo-Western series Justified were ecstatic when they discovered that the show's gritty drama will return to FX for a limited-series sequel, set to debut on July 18. 

The award-winning series captivated viewers for six seasons with its witty dialogue, authentic world-building, and brilliant performances from its entire cast. After tough, no-nonsense U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) is removed from his post in Miami for employing his "own brand of justice," he's relocated to Harlan County in Eastern Kentucky, where he grew up. Raylan must face his past while finding his place in the rural Appalachian mountains. 

Like the original series, Justified: City Primeval will be based on a novel by Elmore Leonard. The first six seasons were based on three books and a short story that all featured Givens' character. The sequel takes inspiration from Leonard's novel City Primeval: High Noon in Detroit

Olyphant will reprise his role as the troubled and rigid Raylan through eight episodes. The new series will follow Raylan as he raises his daughter while trying to bring an elusive criminal known as the Oklahoma Wildman to justice. However, Olyphant is the only member of the Justified cast to return, which makes sense, given that the spinoff is set in a different city from the original series. 

But the overarching success of the original Justified cemented or set off flourishing careers for many of its cast members. 

Check out what has the rest of the cast been up to since the show concluded in 2015: 

Catch up on the original Justified series by streaming all six seasons on Hulu, and prepare for the release of Justified: City Primeval on July 23.

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