Now, how could you miss that? Well, you don't have to. Here's how to watch online and on-demand.
Like a lot of cable networks, FX allows customers who already watch shows on their TVs also watch them on other devices, which is pretty nice of them. If you've been watching the good people of Harlan on your tube, just head over to FXNow's site, plug in your subscriber information, and you're good to go, free of charge. Unfortunately, you're going to have to wait until the day after the premiere to find out what Raylan, Boyd, Ava and the rest of the crew are up to now.
If you're a cable subscriber, you can also watch the Justified premiere on Hulu (and even if you don't pay for FX, you can still watch clips from the episode, behind the scenes footage, and scenes from future episodes). Like FXNow, Hulu also doesn't put new episodes up until the day after they air, so avoid spoilers at all costs! The downside to this service is that you can only access the shows through a computer, not a phone or other mobile device. I'm sure a few minutes alone with Boyd, and Hulu would be happy to change that policy.
iTunes and Google Play
Finally, a way for cord cutters to keep up with our favorite U.S. Marshal. If you don't pay for cable (or own a TV at all), you can still watch the Justified premiere. Like most TV episodes, iTunes offers episodes of Justified for $2.99 a piece, or the whole season for $34.99. There are already some short segments about Season 6 available on the site for free. Google Play is the cheaper option, with each episode available for $1.99, and the whole season for $22.99. Unfortunately, it seems like FX really wants you to watch their shows on an actual television, so you won't be able to buy the first episode of Season 6 until the day after it airs. What is this, 2005?
Still, you need your Justified fix, and waiting 'til the whole season turns up on Netflix just isn't an option. Oh, the things we do for good TV.
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