There's good news and there's bad news, Fargo fans. The good news? The FX series which was nominated for 18 Emmy's this year, winning for best minseries, has been renewed for a second season! The (sort of) bad news? Season 2 will, of course, have to have an entirely different cast, considering how Season 1 ended.
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Fargo the TV series is slated to return in late 2015, featuring an entirely new cast of characters. Further influenced by the Coen Brothers' Miller's Crossing, The Man Who Wasn't There and, of course, Fargo, the second season will be set in Sioux Falls in 1979. "It's kind of heartbreaking from my standpoint, given how much I loved the actors," said Fox CEO John Landgraf to TVLine. "Fargo demands, I think, a [certain] level of realism, no matter how unhinged and funny it is at times. I don't think we felt we could reintroduce those actors as new characters. We had to create a new situation."
As much as I loved the characters from Season 1, I'm still looking forward to what's in store for Season 2, as it's sure to be just as awesome!
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