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Director Graham Yost (1959)

Graham Yost
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Justified
Justified

Director: Graham Yost
Genre: Western (TV Shows)
Cast:
Timothy Olyphant
Timothy Olyphant
Erica Tazel
Erica Tazel
Jacob Pitts
Jacob Pitts
Deputy U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens is something of a 19th-century-style, Old West lawman living in modern times, whose unconventional enforcement of justice makes him a target of criminals and a problem child to his U.S. Marshals Service superior. In response to his controversial but “justified” quick-draw shooting of mob hitman Tommy Bucks in Miami, Givens is reassigned to Lexington, Kentucky. The Eastern District of Kentucky Marshal’s Office is based in Lexington, and its jurisdiction includes Harlan County, where Raylan was born and raised and which he thought he had escaped for good in his youth. The story arc of season one ...
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2010 — 2015
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Raines
Raines

Director: Frank Darabont
Genre: Detective (TV Shows)
Cast:
Jeff Goldblum
Jeff Goldblum
Dov Davidoff
Dov Davidoff
Linda Park
Linda Park
Michael Raines is a police detective who investigates murders. With the series premiere, Raines is returning to work after recovering from a shootout that killed his partner, Charlie Lincoln. Over the course of each episode, Raines involuntarily hallucinates the victims, whom he speaks to and uses as sounding boards for his case; as Raines learns more about the dead, the apparitions he sees change duly. Once Raines solves their murders, the hallucinations disappear. Creator and executive producer Graham Yost found the analogous premise of Raines in his own creative process: “I spend time alone in a room, thinking of characters and interacting with them. And I’ll talk a ...
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Boomtown
Boomtown

Director: Graham Yost
Genre: Detective (TV Shows)
Cast:
Donnie Wahlberg
Donnie Wahlberg
Gary Basaraba
Gary Basaraba
Jason Gedrick
Jason Gedrick
The show portrayed a criminal investigation each week, seen from various points of view: the police officers and detectives, the lawyers, paramedics, reporters, victims, witnesses and criminals. Despite the show’s innovative style – similar to that of Akira Kurosawa’s film Rashomon, except all the perspectives agree – and glowing critical reviews, the show never drew a significant audience. The series premiered on September 29, 2002. The first season order was for 18 episodes instead of the usual 22. After airing 12 episodes with disappointing ratings, NBC CTV moved Boomtown from Sundays to Fridays, putting the show on a two-month hiatus before it returned in March 2003. ...
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2002 — 2003