Events come back again through many powerful adventures. The second season begins with Ryan, who is still chasing a runaway who has fallen into the hands of traffickers. On the other hand, Raylan helps Rachel find her brother in law, as well as begins Riley's investigation into the shooting of the Oxy bus and is in contact with Dixie Mafia. Boyd gets a proposal from his colleagues who work in coal mines.
Raylan Givens continues to exemplify the perfect modern day cowboy; the mental state of Boyd Crowder is as beautifully ambiguous as ever before and every character swimming between their dueling existences make everything perfectly fall into place.
In season two, Justified really found its footing, especially as it moved away from a strict hero story for Timothy Olyphant's Raylan and toward a more ensemble vibe, and introduced one of the best villainesses in recent memory.
This tale of deputy US Marshal Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) has proved to be compelling, complex without being too showy, witty, tense, romantic and stylish. It ticks as many boxes as you'd ever hope a TV show to tick.