Justified the tale of bruting, feuding outlaws and law men set in deep Eastern Kentucky has hung up it's gun belt and finished after 6 seasons.
If you are a fan suddenly feeling adrift here are our top picks of tv shows and series to watch after just finishing Justified.
You are going to tell us where he is.
Airing on the same network, Sons of Anarchy shares Justified's mix of smoldering drama and reliable high octane outlaw action.
Following the exploits of a tightly knit motorcycle club, this small town crime series aired its final episode earlier this year.
In Justified, Timothy [UNKNOWN] plays a cowboy out of time.
If that theme resonated with you, check out 1962's Lonely are the Brave.
Which starts Kirk Douglas as a roaming ranch hand who rejects modern life, and ends up on the run.
If, however, you'd rather see Timothy Olyphant playing a US Marshal in actual frontier times, Deadwood is the show for you.
HBO's acclaimed western only lasted three seasons but is packed with real historical characters and plenty of grit.
If you want some less cerebral and more recent TV to get stuck into, try Banshee.
This pulpy action drama follows an ex-con who assumes the identity of a murdered sheriff, and is notable for its gory no-holds-barred fight scenes.
The quirky characters and snappy dialogue of justified were born in the short story of Fire in the Hole, by legendary crime novelist.
There's more where that came from in 1998's crime caper, Out of Sight, starring George Clooney at his coolest.
Is this your first time meeting a robber?
Yeah, you're doing great.
That should be enough to tide you over for now, but if you've got any other suggestions, then let us know, and happy viewing.
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