A new season begins with much more challenges and struggles that follow Marshal Raylan Givens, an ambitious corrupted man, who does everything to stay in power and cover his back, the thing that leads him to be reassigned to run his hometown, a hard mining town, the thing that affects badly on him. In this new season, Raylan does his best to find out a group of men buy up land in Harlan.
With "Fate," as usual, the best stuff with Justified is often the little stuff: a stray word of dialogue, an Olyphant glance from under the shadow of that Stetson Marshall hat, Goggins' hair. Oh yes, the hair.
The greatest compliment I can pay Justified is to say that, despite the fact that it arrived at the height of the anti-hero boom, it never felt like a copycat. The drama created a vibrant, funny, tragic world of its own.
Somehow, over six seasons, the show's producers have retained the style and attitude of their source material to craft a smart, engaging modern day Western that feels classic as a John Wayne shoot 'em up and modern as the next season of True Detective.