There will be the fifth season of Fargo, but when exactly that will happen remains a mystery.
Season four will premiere in November 2020, and the clock has been reset for the next three years.
Is there anything new with this anthology show? Here’s everything we know so far about the upcoming fifth season and the show’s prospects.
Fargo season 5 Release Date
For the time being, there is no release date established for the fifth season of Fargo, so fans will have to wait.
FX, the network that produces the program, hasn’t officially announced it yet, but the channel’s president, John Landgraf, indicated in August that he was “hopeful” about it.
At SXSW in March, creator Noah Hawley remarked, “It will happen, but [he] wasn’t in a place to write about it.” — Noah Hawley
According to him, he’ll probably put it off until 2022 before getting started.
The series is unlikely to begin production until at least mid-2022 because of these factors.
In addition, Hawley hinted in July that the current season may be Fargo’s final one.
“I don’t have [the story] yet,” he told Vanity Fair. “I have pieces that will have to survive. They’re not connected.
“I think it would be good to create an ending, and deliberately come to something, knowing it’s the last one and see how one might wrap up this anthology,”
Fargo season 5 Cast
Because Fargo is an anthology series, the cast is still being finalized. But we already know that it’s going to be a star-studded event.
With Chris Rock, Jason Schwartzman, Ben Whishaw, and Jessie Buckley in season four, it had an excellent group for the whole season.
Martin Freeman, Ewan McGregor, Billy Bob Thornton, Jesse Plemons, and Kirstin Dunst have all starred in previous seasons.
Fargo season 5 Plot
The future seasons of an anthology series are also currently a mystery. Noah Hawley thinks the setting is “modern,” but we know nothing else about this narrative.
Toward the close of the fourth season, Chris Rock’s character Loy Cannon’s son Satchel revealed that his father’s character’s son would grow up to be Mike Milligan, a character we first saw in season two of Fargo. According to THR, Hawley has no immediate plans to return to the character, despite the fact that “there’s [a] gravitational pull to it on some level.” Hawley said.
In an interview with EW, Hawley discussed his concept for Fargo season 5: “Though I have the germ of an idea, there is still a lot of work to be done before I can call it worthy. “This, then this, then this” isn’t actually how Fargo has been structured. If I want to avoid being the last person at the dance muttering, “Oh, it’s still fine,” I need to put in the effort.”
Deadline reported that Hawley said he expects the epidemic to influence his writing in some manner.
Fargo season 5 Trailer
A film or script has not been made. So there’s no trailer for the next film at this time.
If there is one, we’ll let you know as soon as we find it.
If you’re new to the Fargo universe, there’s plenty of material to re-watch, or even to see for the first time if you’re a longtime fan.