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The show Fargo, starring Chris Rock, is back on track for production for the fourth season, five months after it was supposed to premiere. Before the shutdown, the show had only 2 more episodes to film.


The Plot

Fargo tells the story of two criminal syndicates in 1950s Kansas City who are working hard to achieve the American Dream. Together, they control an alternate economy of exploitation, graft and drugs. To lock in their truce, Loy Cannon (Chris Rock), the head of the Black crime family, trades his youngest son, Satchel (Rodney Jones), to his enemy Donatello Fadda (Tommaso Ragno), who is the head of the Italian mafia. In return, Donatello surrenders his youngest son, Zero (Jameson Braccioforte), to Loy.

Season 4

Season four is a completely different story. The cast for the fourth season includes Jason Schwartzman, Jack Huston and E'myri Crutchfield. Production will resume later this month with 2 episodes airing the first week, and weekly afterward, with 11 episodes total.

Watch Fargo at 10 p.m. Sept. 27th on FX.

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