U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens returns to his native Kentucky where he comes face-to-face with an old friend who's leading a deadly white supremacist gang.
The hunt for a prison escapee sends Raylan and his team into a hostage situation at the house where the convict stashed the proceeds from a bank robbery 15 years ago.
Following Arlo Givens' arrest for assault, Raylan's investigation suggests that his 65-year-old dad and stepmother may be involved in an elaborate scheme to rip off a recently paroled drug dealer.
The prosecution of a con man leads Raylan to investigate a murder plot tied to the artwork of Adolf Hitler.
While tracking a man he and Rachel let slip away years ago, Raylan and the fugitive become targets of a vengeful drug cartel.
Following a failed shooting attempt, Raylan sets out to protect Ava, unaware that he is the hit man’s real target.
As he prepares to be questioned about his recent shootings, a hostage situation in the marshal's office places Raylan in the role of negotiator with a dangerous federal prisoner.
Raylan uncovers a deadly extortion attempt targeting a confidential informant.
While looking for a way to put Boyd back behind bars, Raylan is assigned to protect a federal judge who's been targeted in a series of assassination attempts.
As he looks to protect Ava from a revenge attack, Raylan discovers that his father oversaw the Crowder family’s criminal empire while its patriarch, Bo, was in jail.
With a father-son showdown looming inside the Crowder clan, Raylan reluctantly enlists his dad to be an informant; Ava returns to Harlan after learning of a relationship between Raylan and his ex-wife, Winona.
The investigation into the meth lab explosion takes an unexpected turn as a rash of killings helps Raylan see the truth behind Boyd Crowder’s vendetta against his father’s drug operation.