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While we may have an excruciatingly long wait until FXís Fargo returns for its new season, a key detail about the next volume in what is easily one of TVís best drama has emerged, courtesy of FXís presence at the Television Critics Association this week. Season 2 of Fargo took us even further back in time to tell the story of the Sioux Falls Massacre.
While it would have been impossible to include every WTF moment that passed in front of our eyes this year, here are the 16 most bonkers surprises, twists, deaths and all around oddities that TV gave us in 2015.
Every year around this time, we put together a list of the top shows we feel really pushed above and beyond and had a year for the ages. Among them is a a series that is quietly thoughtful, a few fantasy dramas with beautiful costumes and one USA series with one of the tightest first seasons Iíve ever seen.
We certainly hope that youíll be thinking about last nightís finale of Fargo Season 2 for a long time, because thatís how long youíll be waiting to see Season 3 make its way to your televisions.
Itís a huge week for Fargo creator Noah Hawley. This morning brought multiple Golden Globes nominations for Fargo Season 2, and now FX has announced the upcoming slate of projects Hawley is developing.
Easily one of the best shows on TV right now, Fargo has done some great things with its anthology format, connecting the seasons (and movie) through themes and certain characters. Will Season 3 bring some of those characters back?
FX president John Landgraf has been public about his views that there is too much TV out there, but those opinions thankfully havenít caused him to scale back on the quality programming his network puts out. Case in point: More Fargo!
Every time a TV remake gets announced, itís predictably met with groans and complaints that there are no new ideas anymore Ė despite the dozens of new ideas coming out every year Ė but we should always remember the remakes that have indeed gone right. Here are 10 of them.
A new premise and a new set of characters had to be cast before a new season could even be shot. With all this in mind, itís easy to see why Fargo Season 2 was a while in the making. Luckily, Fargo is now back and bolder than ever.
The show will feature ties to the first season, but will also feature new actors and a whole new time period. Recently, showrunner and creator Noah Hawley spoke out to explain why the FX drama decided to throw all of the former concepts out and start over for Season 2.
With the current trend of movie to TV adaptations, Fargo certainly stands out as one of the better. Now as the show gears up for the release of Season 2, series creator Noah Hawley has shed some light on his approach, and how it differs from the first season.
If you thought that first look at Season 2 of Fargo looked enjoyably quaint and deceivingly devious, the full-length official trailer below is going to blow you away with its endless amount of cast members and their facial hair. Grab yourself a chocolate glazed and check it out!
Fargo has been gearing up for Season 2 for over a year now, and we finally have some footage from the upcoming episodes of the drama, which highlights period costumes, Patrick Wilson, and much, much more snow.
While it seemed like Fargoís first season had one of the best casts on TV, Season 2 is already looking like itíll eclipse it. And as it happens, Bruce Campbell will play a big part in making this next season amazing.
Few TV series have captured the pop culture and Internet zeitgeist in 2014 like HBOís True Detective. Everyone was talking about it, theorizing about it, picking apart its every set detail, and then some.But when it comes to actually earning awards, True Detective has been as quiet as any series out there