|Fargo renewed for season 3 by FX|
|LOS ANGELES, November 23, 2015 FX has ordered a third installment of the Emmy(R), Golden Globe(R), AFI and Peabody award-winning limited series Fargo from Creator Noah Hawley, it was announced today by Eric Schrier and Nick Grad, Presidents of Original Programming for FX Networks and FX Productions.|
The second installment of Fargo currently ranks as the most critically-acclaimed television of 2015 according to Metacritic with a score of 96 out of 100, and it also scored 100% on Rotten Tomatoes and had the highest average critics' rating of any show on TV this year with 9.1 out of 10.
"Year two of Fargo is an extraordinary achievement and, given Noah Hawley's masterful storytelling, we can't wait to see where the third, all-new version of Fargo takes us," Schrier said. "Our thanks to Noah, Warren, Joel & Ethan, John and our partners at MGM Television for making Fargo such a memorable and rewarding journey."
Emmy Award winning Executive Producers Noah Hawley, Warren Littlefield, Joel & Ethan Coen, and John Cameron will all return for the new installment. FX's Fargo is produced by MGM Television and FX Productions, with MGM Television serving as the lead studio.
The first installment of Fargo garnered universal critical acclaim and won three Emmy awards, including Outstanding Miniseries, two Golden Globe awards, including Best Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television, and a Peabody Award.
The second installment of Fargo, currently airing on FX, follows a young State Trooper (Patrick Wilson) and his Sheriff father-in-law (Ted Danson) as they investigate a grisly case involving a local crime family and a major mob syndicate, and a small town beautician (Kirsten Dunst) and her husband (Jesse Plemons) who inadvertently get caught in the middle.
|Fargo renewed for a second season!|
|Fargo will return around fall 2015.|
As hinted by creator Noah Hawley, Fargo Season 2 will be set in 1979 and explore the story of Sioux Falls, based on the Cohen brothers' Fargo, Miller's Crossing and The Man Who Wasn't There.
A 33-year old version of Molly's dad, Lou Solverson (Keith Carradine), will be introduced. Recently back from fighting in the Vietnam War, the character finds himself embroiled in another battle. Said Hawley: "He thought he left the war behind, but he came back and here it is, it's domestic." source
Return Date: 2017-04-19
Renew status: unknown
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