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Bob Odenkirk, Glenn Howerton And More Join FX's Fargo
Billy Bob Thorton, Martin Freeman, Joey King and Colin Hanks will be joined by the comedically outstanding trio of Bob Odenkirk (Breaking Bad), Glenn Howerton (Itís Always Sunny in Philadelphia) and Oliver Platt (The Big C) according to The Hollywood Reporter, along with Private Practiceís Kate Walsh.
Colin Hanks Heads To Fargo At FX
Over the last few years, Colin Hanks has been focusing his attention and talent on the small screen, with guest appearances and recurring roles in a number of notable series, not to mention a starring role alongside Bradley Whitford in the short-lived 2010 action comedy series The Good Guys. Whitford has since moved on to star in ABC's new comedy Trophy Wife, while it looks like Hanks is FX-bound, as he's signed on to co-star in the Fargo drama that's in the works at the cable channel.
Sherlock's Martin Freeman Signs On For FX's Fargo Series
These days, when he isn't appearing in Edgar Wright's latest film, Martin Freeman is portraying some pretty classic literature characters, between Dr. John Watson for Sherlock on the small screen, and Bilbo Baggins for The Hobbit on the big screen. Freeman may have had his next great role, and while it's for an adaptation, it's not a literary character.
Billy Bob Thornton To Star In FX's Fargo Adaptation
Last fall, FX was reportedly adapting the iconic Coen brothers film, Fargo, for the small screen. This came up way back in September of last year and as other network and cable projects made it to pilot and we failed to hear from the Fargo project, it seemed like more of a rumor than an actually possibility. As it turns out, the drama was just slow out of the gate, but finally has a star attached in none other than Billy Bob Thornton.
Justified Renewed For Season 5, FX Greenlights Fargo
FX is adding a new project and renewing a second. First, Justified will be getting a fifth season. With ratings increasing in the currently airing Season 4, this really should be no surprise for fans. Maybe itís the better access to Boyd and Ava that is bringing people in. Additionally, it seems the Coen brothersí Fargo project is actually happening and will air on FX.
Fargo TV Adaptation Could Be Headed To FX
In some unexpected but interesting news, it's looking like Fargo could be adapted to a TV series. But before anyone asks "The heck do ya mean?" or panics over the thought of someone mangling the film that earned Joel and Ethan Coen an Oscar for Best Writing, word is, the Coen Brothers are involved. What's more, the deal being worked out for the small screen project is with FX, which just might be the best possible cable network for a potential show like this (aside from the premium channels).
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