Justifiedmight be ending in April, but the series will get an official send-off two months later at the ATX Television Festival.
The four-day festival, which includes screenings, premieres, industry panels and cast and crew Q&As, will feature an in-depth look back on the series with creator and executive producer Graham Yost. Yost will also be a part of a "cancelled too soon" reunion for his short-lived NBC series Boomtown.
"I had such a great time at ATX last year for the Hey Dude 25th anniversary reunion, that I was eager to get back. This June, the whole cast of Justified will be there to mark the end of the series, and I'm excited to reunite with cast and producers from Boomtown, a show that will always be very near to the hearts of those of us lucky enough to have worked on it," Yost said in a statement.
Also returning to the festival is Boy Meets World creator Michael Jacobs who will be a part of a panel with the current Disney spin-off Girl Meets World. "Two years ago, ATX featured the Boy Meets Worldreunion, and the cast and I had a magnificent three days, treated to the wonderful hospitality of the festival and the city of Austin. This year, Ben Savage and I can't wait to attend again, and bring Rowan [Blanchard] and Sabrina [Carpenter] to the party. We know that they will love ATX and that ATX will love them," Jacobs said.
Additional announcements made on Wednesday include:
-The Season 2 premiere screening of Starz's Power, with creator and executive producer Courtney Kemp Agboh and star Omari Hardwick, along with additional cast and producers
-A Wayward Pines panel with executive producer Chad Hodge, who developed the series for television, cast members Carla Gugino and Reed Diamond, and executive producer Donald DeLine
- USA's comedy series Playing House will have a panel with stars andco-creators Jessica St. Clair and Lennon Parham.
- The Fosters will host a panel with creators Peter Paige and Brad Bredeweg, along with cast member Sherri Saum and additional panelists to be announced.
- "Drunk History's History," is a panel discussing the history of Comedy Central's Drunk History with creators and executive producers Derek Waters and Jeremy Konner.
-A panel with Marta Kauffman, creator of Friends, HBO's Dream On, and the new Netflix series Grace and Frankie.
For the full list of attendees and programming at the festival, which will take place June 4-7, click here.
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