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It looks like there is justice in the TV world after all.

The critically acclaimed FX drama Justified has been renewed for a fifth season, according to EW.

The network announced the pick-up during its upfront presentation to advertisers in NYC on March 28.

New episodes of the crime show starring Timothy Olyphant as Raylan Givens will return in January.

Also getting renewed are the comedies It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Legit, and The League. 

However, those three shows will actually be switching channels, as FX is launching a spinoff network called FXX in September which will be younger-skewing and more comedy-focused. So those three comedies will be moved to FXX.

And we've always said that there just aren't enough channels on cable TV these days.

Source: Entertainment Weekly