The revival is based on Elmore Leonard's novel "City Primeval: High Noon in Detroit," which is different from the previous source material.

The show aims to capture Elmore Leonard's tone while exploring Raylan Givens in a new environment.


Despite the change in setting, the revival maintains the essence of "Justified" storytelling.


Characters played by Vondie Curtis-Hall, Aunjanue Ellis, and Adelaide Clemens add depth to the story.


1. The main antagonist, Clement Mansell, is a wildcard and an unpredictable villain.


"Justified: City Primeval" premieres on July 18, airing two episodes on FX, with subsequent episodes released weekly.


The decision to air in the summer instead of the traditional winter/spring slot may impact its Emmy prospects.


Timothy Olyphant's real-life daughter, Vivian, portrays a teenage Willa, Raylan's daughter.


The revival addresses what has happened to some beloved characters from the original series.


The ending of "Justified: City Primeval" could serve as either a satisfying conclusion or the beginning of another chapter, leaving the possibility open for future exploration.


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