Herriman will play a detective on the new CBS show
Cox will play a hedge fund trader and Iraq war vet
TCA 2014: Producer Graham Yost said he didn't want to start telling repetitive stories, and six years "felt about right"
TCA 2014: Network president John Landgraf announces decision by showrunner Graham Yost and star Timothy Olyphant
"Legit" will be paired with "Ali G: Rezurrection"
"Take it easy, Elmore"
Leonard's work inspired decades of Hollywood's television and movie hits
Casting reunites Emmy winner with FX and "Justified" creator Graham Yost
Boyd's a preacher-man and Raylan's getting busy in sneak peek at fourth season of FX's "Justified"
New York Television Festival promises 26 development deals. But nothing can guarantee getting on the air
Follows Damon Lindelof, who last year delivered a candid look at "Lost"
Make that moments … there were a few in Tuesday's season three finale
And that's just one of the showdowns in the "Justified" powerful, action-packed third season finale
The "Modern Family" Emmy winner would play a bad guy on the FX drama
Yes, he said "people," as in plural deaths, for the April 10 episode
Former "Two and a Half Men" star Charlie Sheen talked up his upcoming FX show "Anger Management" to advertisers on Thursday
The network orders 13 episodes for Elmore Leonard-based U.S. Marshals series
"Raylan" was written "to give us something to hang up and strip for parts," "Justified" series creator Graham Yost says
"Any time I turn on my computer, that's what I see, (a photo of) Margo just flipping me the bird"
On "Anger Management": "I'm quite optimistic that there will be something very entertaining in that show"
Three unlikely crime lords, a hometown hero and a fellow who likes the word "bastard"
New animated offering "Unsupervised" will bow on Jan. 19
FX's newest preview for the show's third season finds the marshal and his frienemy Boyd side-by-side, guns blazing
The coded message behind the smoking and drinking in his ads
Nick Searcy smacks a man with flowers in weird attack on liberals
They'll play a Detroit gangster and a local Harlan-ite who will challenge new Harlan County godfather Boyd Crowder
Nominations for Emmy alternative look a lot like ... the Emmys
Public broadcasting recognized as it comes under fire in Congress; HBO shows win seven
Renegade lawman Raylan Givens and playboy spy Sterling Archer will be back for Round Three
"Desperado," "Knife Fight" produced by CBS TV Studios