Fargo Season 3
Fargo season 3 started airing on Wednesday, April 19, 2017. Subscribe below for season Three fan alert to get a short reminder email the day of the season finale - Jun 21, 2017. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.
List of Episodes
most recent episode S3E10 Somebody to Love
The season consists of 10 episodes.
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FX at TCA 2019: CEO Knocks Netflix, 'Legion' Final Season, 'Fargo' Return, 'Y' Adaptation - TVInsider - via Tvinsider
To use a baseball analogy, he acknowledged that the network has had "home-runs" (like Stranger Things) but, he added, the streaming network has also had "massive number of strike-outs [and] commercial failures." Landgraf suggested to the room of journalists that any viewership numbers from any network should come from a third party source like Nielsen, as has been done since the creation of television.
When Will 'Fargo' Season 4 Starring Chris Rock Arrive on FX? - The Cheat Sheet - via Cheatsheet
With a shoot scheduled for late 2019 and everything else involved with bringing a major production like Fargo to television, fans should expect the show back in the first quarter of 2020. As far as the timing goes, two other seasons of Fargo premiered in the spring, so there wouldn’t be anything unusual about that scheduling on the network.
Chris Rock to star in new season of FX crime drama 'Fargo' - via Reuters
Four-time Emmy winner Rock is a stand-up comedian who created and produced the TV sitcom “Everybody Hates Chris,” based on his own life, which ran from 2005 to 2009. He also has appeared in films including “Lethal Weapon 4” and “The Longest Yard” and has hosted the Academy Awards.
FX Developing Cult Crime Drama 'Piety' From 'Fargo's Noah Hawley - via Decider
Hawley, one of FX’s top drama showrunners, is creator/executive producer of the Emmy-winning anthology series Fargo and praised genre series Legion, based on the Marvel comic book series. 26 Keys also is producing a limited series adaptation of Kurt Vonnegut’s Cat’s Cradle novel, which has been in development at FX.
Noah Hawley Won't Rule Out 'Fargo' Season 4 Taking Place Centuries Ago - via Uproxx
As for whether a Fargo season could be set in, say, the 1600s, Hawley answered, “I think it could, as long as there’s something unique to say about it. On some level, there’s a good joke in the idea that the more things change, the more they stay the same. But if you look at the history of the region and the waves of migration and people coming in, and the things people do for money… there’s something interesting to making a period version of it.”
Previously on Fargo: Peggy and Ed make a run for it.
While much of Fargo deviates from its source, there’s one shout-out to the film to which Hawley unremittingly cleaves: “This is a true story.” In the first two seasons, that sentence hangs in the air before dissolving, with the word “true” lingering on screen for a moment. As the years and small Minnesota <...> - by Slant Magazine - Season 3 [Julia Selinger]
It feels good to have had this show back. I loved the first two seasons of this show (*cough* there are reviews available *cough*), so I was of course looking forward to this season. So let’s see if it is any good. Minnesota, 2010. We follow brothers Emmitt (Ewan McGregor) and Ray (Ewan McGregor) and how their <...> - by Season 3 - TheMarckoguy [Markus]
Right after the anonymous German official tells his captive, “We aren’t here to tell stories, we are here to tell the truth,” the Fargo tagline “This Is a True Story” appears on the screen. The recurring joke being, of course, that the series is here to tell stories and not strictly true ones. Whether or not <...> - by The Atlantic [Lenika Cruz]
And then there is the vile V.M. Varga (David Thewlis), another fantastic entry into Fargo’s catalogue of villains. Through some underhanded tactics, he gets his claws into Emmit Stussy’s parking lot business and turns him into an unwilling accomplice. Varga represents a different sort of crime than we’ve seen in <...> - by FilmBunker - Season 3 [Simon Hall]
The Emmy-winning, blackly comic US drama, inspired by the Coen brothers’ cult film, returned for a third run, this time set in 2010. I followed a fresh “true crime” story and another gallery of eccentric characters – with additional interest coming from the presence of two Brits in its all-star cast. <...> - by Daily Telegraph (UK) [Michael Hogan]