Series Summary
Adapted from the movie of the same title, a new case and characters are followed.

Air Dates: 2014 - Present

Genres: Crime drama


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Season 2, Ep. 8 : Loplop Nov 30, 2015

Hanzee searches for Peggy and Ed; Dodd ends up in unfamiliar territory.

  • Season 2, Ep. 7 : Did You Do This? No, You Did It! Nov 23, 2015

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    Lou and Hank investigate in Fargo; The King of Breakfast visits Betsy and Molly; Floyd is summoned away; Bear questions a family member's loyalty.

  • Season 2, Ep. 6 : Rhinoceros Nov 16, 2015

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    Lou and Hank try to prevent an altercation; Peggy and Ed defend their choices; the Gerhardt clan attempts to get back one of their own.

  • Season 2, Ep. 5 : The Gift of the Magi Nov 9, 2015

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    Floyd takes action and Charlie tries to prove himself; Peggy and Ed disagree about what to do next; Lou finds himself sidelined during Ronald Reagan's campaign tour.

  • Season 2, Ep. 4 : Fear and Trembling Nov 2, 2015

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    Floyd responds to Kansas City's proposal; Hanzee takes a road trip; Lou has a realization.

  • Season 2, Ep. 3 : The Myth of Sisyphus Oct 26, 2015

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    The Gerhardts' search for Rye intensifies; Lou takes a trip to Fargo; Peggy overhears a new theory about the Waffle Hut shooter.

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Based on 33 Critics
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  • Despite its endlessly flat landscape, FX's Fargo is elevated by the most spellbinding direction of any drama currently on TV. Season 2 achieves new heights, thanks to writer-director Noah Hawley. The music is exaggeratedly dramatic, and the split-screen device is a throwback to early TV and film's bold experimentation. Show More

  • 100

    Writer and executive producer Noah Hawley upped the game with a sharp, well-developed story involving multiple moving parts. It’s smart, thought out and full of watchable characters with convincing enough motives to create the perfect amount of viewer sympathy. The end result isn’t just a “Fargo” 2.0 (or 3.0 depending on your love of film), but an evolved story that takes television to a whole new level. Show More

  • This Fargo has a different idea of evil, based on something just as insidious as Malvo: The grinding amorality of capitalism, which demands more profit no matter what the human cost. In the new Fargo, this is placed in a context that is frequently witty, and balanced with scenes of great family love. The large cast is superb. Show More

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