I don't just watch classic television shows and movies-- I also watch quite a few new TV series. Currently, I'm caught up in the third season of Justified which began a few weeks ago on FX. This crime drama was originally adapted from best-selling author Elmore Leonard's story Fire in the Hole. The TV series has since expanded beyond the story's original characters and storylines. One of the things I like most about Justified is that the bad guys (the criminals) in the series are given just as much character development and humanity as the good guys (federal marshals). It's also interesting to see a show's setting located somewhere other than Los Angeles or New York--Justified takes place in Kentucky.
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