After visiting the 1970s in its second season, FX’s acclaimed crime anthology setting is ready to return to the 21st century.
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Kurt Vonnegut’s celebrated 1963 novel “Cat’s Cradle” is in development at FX as a TV series with Noah Hawley adapting.
The second season of the FX anthology series will focus on a case in Sioux Falls set in 1979.
Universal’s cinematic monster universe has added Fargo television series creator Noah Hawley, Prisoners scribe Adam Guzikowski and Men in Black screenwriter Ed Solomon.
The creator of FX’s Fargo series has signed on to write an unnamed movie for the ambitious Universal Monsters revival.
Executive producer Warren Littlefield and writer Noah Hawley tell Spinoff Online about their new FX anthology series, inspired by the Coen brothers classic.
Brothers Joel and Ethan Coen will executive produce an FX series loosely based on their acclaimed 2006 crime film Fargo.