The next time Nick Offerman graces the small screen, prepare yourselves for a mustache-less sight. For his role in season 2 of Fargo, Offerman will be without the iconic Ron Swanson mustache that he sported for seven seasons on Parks and Recreation.
Offerman spoke to EW about the change on the red carpet of the FYC panel for Childrens Hospital, which stars Offerman’s wife, Megan Mullally. After shaving the mustache following the series finale of Parks and Rec, Offerman received his fair share of jokes from fans.
The first season of Fargo did the impossible — it took a revered movie and made it into an equally engrossing television series. But now the show has an equally daunting task: avoiding the dreaded sophomore slump that has plagued many first-season sensations (cough, True Detective, cough).
Kirsten Dunst and Breaking Bad’s Jesse Plemons star in the upcoming second season of Fargo — and judging by the season’s first trailer, things aren’t going too well for them.
Ready for your first look at Fargo season 2? Here are two exclusive cryptic teasers with footage from the return of FX’s Emmy-winning series. The first, “Curl Up & Dye,” introduces Kirsten Dunst’s beautician character Peggy Blomquist, and the second, “Break Time,” includes Ted Danson as Sheriff Hank Larsson and Patrick Wilson as a young state trooper Lou Solverson (taking over the role from Keith Carradine, who played Lou in the first season). Bonus: Danson doing a Minnesota accent! Fargo returns this fall.
We’re back in the frozen Midwest for the upcoming season of FX’s Fargo, with only a busy woodpecker and the sound of gunfire to prepare fans for what’s to come.
On the scene at the Peabody Awards: Tina Fey kisses Amy Schumer, and other highlights from the ceremony
The 74th Peabody Awards, held Sunday in New York, was a night of firsts: the awards’ first evening ceremony, its first red carpet, the first podcast awarded a Peabody—and a first kiss between Tina Fey and Amy Schumer, which happened onstage when Fey presented Schumer with a Peabody for Inside Amy Schumer.
Fargo’s impressive season 2 ensemble cast has just added another notable name: EW has exclusively learned that actor-director Adam Arkin has signed on to play a mob boss in the series.
Arkin’s character is Hamish Broker. He’s officially described as a “mid-level manager in the Kansas City crime syndicate” (but is likely the highest-ranking member of the crime organization that we’ll actually see).
Arkin has also committed to directing the next installment’s penultimate episode and its season finale, i.e. episodes 9 and 10.
The 74th annual Peabody Awards entertainment winners have been announced, celebrating a host of relatively new but beloved television comedies and dramas.
Among the Peabody Award winners are two FX dramas, Fargo and The Americans. Two SundanceTV programs were also recognized for their achievements, as Rectify and The Honorable Woman were also named as winners.
Oh, you want new details on Fargo’s second season? You betcha, we got ‘em!
During TCA’s winter press tour, FX CEO John Langraf revealed that Ronald Reagan will figure into the second season of the network’s hit anthology series.
Fargo won two Golden Globes early on during Sunday night’s show, winning Best TV Miniseries or Movie while Billy Bob Thornton took home the award for Best Actor in a TV Miniseries or Movie.
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