10 Facts about Fargo

It is fun to watch a challenging anthology TV series at home. You will enjoy it if the storyline is impressive. One of the best anthology TV series in United States is Fargo. Noah Hawley was the main writer of this black comedy crime drama. The executive producers were Hawley and Coen brothers. It was aired on FX on 15th April 2014. This series is inspired from the film with the same title. Let us check other interesting facts about Fargo below:

Facts about Fargo 1: the format

The format of Fargo is narrated in an anthology style. It will have a different story, characters, cast and era on each season. However, the storyline is still associated with the original movie.

Facts about Fargo

Facts about Fargo

Facts about Fargo 2: the first season

The first season of Fargo was praised by the critics. The stars include Allison Tolman, Billy Bob Thornton, Martin Freeman and Colin Hanks.

Facts about Fargo 3: Primetime Emmy Awards

The first season of Fargo earned various award during the Primetime Emmy. It received Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Casting, Outstanding Directing and Outstanding Miniseries. It also earned 15 nominations during the award function.

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Facts about Fargo 4: Golden Globe Awards

During the Golden Globe Awards, Thornton won Best Actor – Miniseries or Television Film, while Fargo received Best Miniseries or Television Film.

Facts about Fargo 5: the second season

The greater critical acclaim was received by the second season of Fargo. The stars in the series were Patrick Wilson, Kirsten Dunst, Ted Danson, Jesse Plemons and Jean Smart. The setting was in 1979.

Facts about Fargo 6: the awards for the second season

Bokeem Woodbine, Smart, Plemons and Kirsten Dunst were nominated for their acting in the series. It also earned three nominations from Golden Globe Awards.

Facts about Fargo 7: the third season

The premier of the third season of Fargo will take place on 19th April 2017. The stars include Carrie Coon, Ewan McGregor, Jim Gaffigan, David Thewlis and Mary Elizabeth Winstead. The setting was in 2010.

Fargo Film

Fargo Film

Facts about Fargo 8: the film

As I have stated before the series of Fargo is inspired from the movie with the same name. The movie earned an Academy Award in 1996.

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Facts about Fargo 9: the reviews for the first season

Fargo was certified fresh with 97 percent approval according to Rotten Tomatoes.

Fargo Pic

Fargo Pic

Facts about Fargo 10: the reviews of the second season

The second season got 100 percent certified fresh on Rotten Tomatoes.

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