It might get pretty cold waiting for Fargo Season 4 – and that’s precisely the problem. Showrunner Noah Hawley says the anthology’s famous wintry weather could prevent them from starting production until at least 2019.
It’s the final day of TCA press tour, and with it, FX updates are fast and furious. Network brass have either grim or wonderful news on future Louie, while Fargo Season 4 might be a few years away, and FX Sons of Anarchy spinoff Mayans MC could have a greenlight in the next few months.
Fargo creator Noah Hawley previously suggested that “Year 3” might be the last Minnesota mayhem we get for years, and Wednesday’s finale cemented that. Find out how long Hawley plans to bench his beloved crime drama, and what other Fargo favorites very nearly popped up in Season 3.
You’d think we’d get tired of Fargo Season 3, and the unfathomable pinheadery of all its nonsense-phrases, but Mary Elizabeth Winstead delivers them with such gusto. See for yourself (and get an in-depth look at this season’s story) with a new extended featurette for Installment 3 of FX’s Noah Hawley drama.
Was one Fargo sneak peek not enough for you? Well, prepare for all the murder, McGregor and Minnesota you can handle, as the first full “Installment 3” trailer takes us into the world of competitive bridge-playing. Yes, you read that correctly.
Fargo only started filming Season 3 in January, though it seemed at least odd of the Minnesota murder-drama to announce an April premiere with nary a photo or footage to follow. Thankfully, Santa’s here to make a late drop-off of the first Season 3 teaser, and he might regret it.
Winter is finally beginning to thaw (it lasted a good few weeks), and with it, FX is pulling Fargo out of the snow, and into an April premiere. Season 3 has officially set a date for spring, taking us all back to 2010 with a star-studded cast and dueling Ewan McGregors.
Raise your hand if you get bored and try out different accents. This is a habit I picked up as a kid that continues to this day. After watching the first season of Justified, for example, the rural Kentucky accent wormed its way so deeply into my brain that I had a hard time turning it off. As a result, one of my favorite videos of 2016 was this Wired piece where a dialogue coach weighed in on 32 different performances. It really highlights the amount of detail that goes into every single sentence an actor delivers.