Created and primarily written by Noah Hawley, Fargo debuted on FX on 15th April 2014. The American black comedy-crime drama has been one of the most popular shows on Netflix. Fargo is largely inspired by the 1996 film Fargo, which was written and directed by the Coen Brothers.
And the Coen brothers are the producers for this long-running anthology crime series. Each season is Fargo is influenced by various Coen Brothers’ film and has come with numerous references to them.
With an IMDb rating of 8.9/10 and the Tomatometer at 96%, the show has been a smash hit. The show has been airing for three seasons and now the fans are desperately waiting for season 4.
Therefore, let us dig into the details regarding the release date, cast, and plot for the upcoming season.
Since its release, the show has kept a steady yet decent rating along with a huge fanbase. As a result, Netflix did not hesitate to renew the show for a fourth season. Netflix renewed the show for season 4 way back in 2018. Fargo: Season 4 was originally scheduled to arrive in April 2020. However, the outbreak of the COVID-19 has halted every major production. As a result, the fourth season is postponed indefinitely. Season 4 is likely to premiere in early 2021.
How Many Episodes Will Be There In Season 4?
Yet To Be Announced!
As we mentioned earlier, the show is largely influenced by films made by the Coen Brothers. Each season has something or the other which references at least one film made by Joel and Ethan Coen.
The fourth season will be based in Kansas City during the 1950s. Fargo will take Loy Cannon to Kansas city which is majorly dominated by crime syndicates. The city is majorly controlled by two crime families having a lot of bad history between them. It will the story of two crime syndicates prevailing in the same city: the African-Americans led by Loy and the other led by the Italian mafia Donatello Fadda.
The show is known for roping several guest stars for every season. This is how the cast stands for the fourth season:
- Chris Rock as Loy
- Francesco Acquaroli as Ebal
- Andrew Bird as Thurman
- Timothy Olyphant as Dick
- Jessie Buckley as Oretta
- Jeremie Harris as Leon
- Jack Houston as Odis
- Emyrie Crutchfield as Ehthelrida
- Amber Midthunder as Swanee
- Jason Schwartzmann as Justo
- Glynn Turman as Doctor Senator
- Ben Whishaw as Rabbi
Where Can I Watch All Seasons Of Fargo?
All 3 seasons of Fargo are currently streaming on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and HULU