Television has never been this big before. Today, not only do we have the usual daytime soap operas, but the shows have also evolved into something greater. Today, television is not anymore bound by the old traditional rules of what it should be. It has allowed itself to become more experimental and bold. Hence, some shows are almost at par with movies. Such is the case with the FX original series, “Fargo,” which ran its first season from April 15 to June 17, 2014. So what will happen next to the hit series? During the Emmys, TV Line interviewed executive producer Warren Littlefield and the show’s creator and executive producer Noah Hawley, who gave a little sneak peek as to what the main focus of the second season will be all about. Read on to learn more about this story.
During the Emmy Awards, “Fargo’s” executive producer Warren Littlefield and show creator Noah Hawley revealed to TV Line a sneak peak into what the main focus of the second season would be. According to Hawley, the second season will feature Molly Solverson’s (Allison Tomlan) father, Lou Solverson, when he was younger. However, despite the fact that Lou Solverson is a very strong male character,the second season’s focus will be about strong women.
The second season will air sometime in 2015. According to a previous Movie News Guide (MNG) article, Season 2 is a prequel to “Fargo.” It will be set in Sioux Falls in 1979 and will feature 33-year-old State Trooper Lou Solverson. He will be investigating an incident that had happened at Sioux Falls.
However, Keith Carradine, the original actor who portrayed Lou Solverson in the first season will not reprise his role. Allison Tomlan, who portrayed his daughter, Molly, will not be reprising her role as well.
And that’s the latest update on “Fargo” Season 2. For more news and updates on “Fargo” and other television shows, keep following Movie News Guide (MNG).
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