‘Fargo,’ the crime miniseries based on the Coen brothers’ film, was planning to return with its fourth season soon. Unfortunately, the current situation has caused the team not to be able to finish filming all the episodes. This has led FX to decide to postpone the premiere for the show.
Everything points to 2021. Since ‘Fargo’ always rolls in the winter of Calgary, in Canada, to take advantage of the iconic snowy landscapes of the Coen film. Now that is something that from these dates may already be more difficult to find. So perhaps you can bet on waiting for the following winter to resume that unfinished shoot. Be that as it may, meanwhile, you can watch the first three seasons of the series on both HBO and Movistar+.
About the fourth season of Fargo
Noah Hawley has decided to tell the story of immigration in America. It will also talk widely about the things we do for money this season. For this, it will feature the famous humorist, as well as a renowned actor and producer, Chris Rock.
About the plot, we know that in this fourth season, it has focused on the historical moment in which there are two great migratory movements in the United States. Europeans from countries like Italy, and African-Americans who came to the same places after leaving the south fleeing of the Jim Crow laws. Rock, multifaceted where there are since he is a humorist, actor, director, and producer, will play the patriarch of one of these African-American families seeking to make their place in the world.
The fourth season of Fargo was going to release on April 19, 2020. Although the date is extended due to the pandemic. No official announcements in this regard are out by the makers of the show.