I've got a new instant-favorite TV show on FX called Justified (Tuesdays, 10pm EST/9pm CDT). Based on an Elmore Leonard character (from the short story Fire In The Hole), Timothy Olyphant (from my beloved Deadwood) plays US Marshal Raylan Givens who gets reassigned to his home turf in Eastern Kentucky to deal with some old acquaintances. The first episode pretty much follows the plot of the original short story so I'm pretty stoked to see where the series goes from here.
It's already a big hit among critics, which would indicate that the first few episodes are very solid. Basically, this show is right up my alley - Elmore Leonard, Timothy Olyphant, Kentucky. My wife half-joked that if they wore Stormtrooper helmets, it would be pretty much custom tailored to my tastes.
I only heard about it a week ago, and I'm usually up to speed on such things. Hopefully the word gets out about this show, and it will become my other favorite TV show alongside FX's Sons Of Anarchy.
UPDATE: I almost forgot -- the pilot episode is free for download over at iTunes.
UPDATE II: Per Jon's comment below, the song featured in the middle of the first episode is Justin Townes Earle's "Someday I'll Be Forgiven For This" from his 2009 release Midnight At The Movies. Always a good sign when a TV show exhibits good taste in music.
UPDATE III: If you're looking for a particular song from an episode, you might check out the episode guide over at the FX site. Looks pretty extensive to me, and you might be able to track down some songs you like from the show. I just happened to recognize the JT Earle song, as I really dig that album.