Sounds like the 4th season of FX's highly entertaining Fargo will begin filming for season 4 come Winter 2019 (somehow appropriate?).
During the TCA (Television Critics Association) Winter Press Tour, Chief Executive Officer of FX Network and FX Productions John Landgraf revealed numerous things, but the Coen Brothers related-bit happened to be the reveal of when production on the award-nominated series Fargo is expected to start.
"We've actually now heard the season pitch for the fourth season of Fargo; Noah's writing it and I read the first script and loved it. I didn't know if it would go past one season [but] as long as he can come up with fantastic ideas, we'll make them forever if he keeps coming up with them."
According to Deadline, Fargo season 4 will be led by Chris Rock, who will play the head of a crime family set in Kansas City in 1950.
We're pretty excited to see season 4 of Noah Hawley's take on the Coehn Brothers' Oscar-winning film return to FX, as we've very much enjoyed the past three seasons.
We'll let you know what we hear from FX about casting, production, and likely release date for Fargo season 4.