FX’s ‘Fargo’ Season 3 To Air In 2017; Showrunner Noah Hawley Discloses The Storyline
FX’s black-comedy and crime drama “Fargo” would run into Season 3 too. Each season has a different story and is set in different era. Even the cast is changed. Know how would “Fargo Season 3” entertain the viewers.
It has been learnt that story in “Fargo,” in the upcoming season, has moved few years in future to the story setting in season 1, reports Screen Rant. The showrunner, Noah Hawley has made interesting revelations about the upcoming season.
Hawley has told that season 3 would not air before 2017. He has explained that weather has contributed to the delay and acted as a big hindrance in the production of season 3. He also added that before the production begins, they want to get all the scripts for the season ready. The TV series is a winter show and they want to shoot before the summer arrives.
Hawley has also divulged that the story of “Fargo” Season 3 is set in 2010. The plot would be exploring subjects like selfie culture that modern society seems to enjoy a lot.
According to Variety, he stated that human beings are living in a selfie-oriented culture these days. People would photograph everything like what they had in meals and post it on social media. “It feels like a social dynamic that is very antithetical to the Lutheran pragmatism of the region.”
Hawley explained that so many of the crime stories that viewers love to watch are totally based on the idea that people face certain kind of difficulty in expressing themselves. They face communication problems, he said.
The viewers who have watched “Fargo” season 2 know that some twist in the finale establish the link between season 2 and season 1. Hawley has said that, but in season 3 there is nothing that would make viewers take a walk back the memory lane. So fans, you can expect that you won’t be reminded of the characters from season 1 in season 3.
The production work for “Fargo” Season 3 will continue till November 2016 and premiere in spring of 2017.
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