Expensive rubber chickens, the Coen brothers, and more stories from the Fargo season 2 PaleyFest panel
How do you adapt a classic, beloved film into a 10-hour TV series? Fargo answered that with surprising success and plenty of accolades in season 1. But how do you do that again?
For executive producer Noah Hawley, it meant wiping the slate clean with a new core cast, a new time period, and an all-around more ambitious story. Hawley, along with executive producer Warren Littlefield and a few of the Fargo season 2 cast members gathered for a PaleyFest panel in New York, moderated by New York Magazine’s Matt Zoller Seitz.