Fargos fifth season has announced both its leading characters and its actors.
Ted Lassos Juno Temple Mad Mens Jon Hamm and Atypicals Jennifer Jason Leigh have officially boarded the Noah Hawleyproduced FX crime dramedy. While not a lot of details have been released yet about the season it has been announced that the trio will be portraying Dot Roy and Lorraine respectively.
The FX network renewed the series back in February following the success of its previous season that had been set in 1950s Kansas and starred Chris Rock as a businessman and the leader of a African American crime syndicate Cannon Limited fleeing from Jim Crow South. This time season five will be set in 2019 keeping in theme with the shows pattern of alternating between seasons set in recent years and ones further back in the past. Fargos first season had been set in 2006 while its second took place in 1979. When is a kidnapping not a kidnapping and what if your wife isnt yours? reads the seasons current available description.
Fargo is a spinoff from the 1996 Coen brothers film of the same name. Joel and Ethan Coen have taken up the roles of executive producers on the TV series alongside Warren Littlefield Steve Stark Kim Todd and Vincent Landay. Temple currently stars in the awardwinning Apple TV+ series Ted Lasso as Keeley Jones a model who becomes the clubs PR consultant. She recently earned an Emmy nomination for the role and has also recently appeared in the Paramount+ series The Offer as well as the likes of Maleficent Black Mass and Atonement. Hamm can currently be seen in the Tom Cruiseled Top Gun: Maverick which has premiered to critical acclaim.
Since his run on Mad Men the Emmy winner has executive produced and starred in Foxs animated series Grimsburg as well as appearing on The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Good Omens and the second season of FXs Legion. Leighs most recent credits include four seasons on Netflixs Atypical which wrapped in 2021. The actress had previously won an Oscar nomination for The Hateful Eight. This content is created and maintained by a third party and imported onto this page to help users provide their email addresses. You may be able to find more information about this and similar content at piano.io