– “Justified: City Primeval” season two renewal likely
– Show creator Taylor Elmore hints at potential second season
– Timothy Olyphant and Walton Goggins expected to return as lead characters
The possibility of a season two renewal for “Justified: City Primeval” seems more likely, according to the show’s creator Taylor Elmore. Elmore, who is the showrunner for the FX sequel series, dropped a major hint on Twitter, teasing the return of the hit series with a second season.
“Justified: City Primeval” is a highly anticipated show which serves as a sequel to the acclaimed series “Justified,” which aired from 2010 to 2015. The new series features the return of Timothy Olyphant as Raylan Givens and Walton Goggins as Boyd Crowder, reprising their roles from the original series.
In response to a fan query on Twitter about the show’s renewal, Elmore replied, “Keep watching the skies.” This comment may indicate that viewers can expect good news about a potential season two in the future. Elmore is best known for his work on “Justified” and the CBS series “Blood & Treasure.”
The sequel series is based on Elmore Leonard’s 1980 novel “City Primeval: High Noon in Detroit,” which follows Deputy US Marshal Raylan Givens’ exploits. The original Justified series was based on the short story “Fire in the Hole” by the same author. The show has been applauded for its captivating storylines, sharp dialogue, and dynamic performances by its lead actors.
Thus far, there has been no official confirmation or announcement from FX regarding the renewal of “Justified: City Primeval” for a second season. However, given Elmore’s hint and the enthusiastic response from fans, there is a strong likelihood that the hit series could be back for another action-packed installment.