Fargo returns Sunday for a fourth season — two-and-a-half years since the premiere of Season Three. That’s a lot of time in television. Things have changed; several major streaming services have launched since then, and one of those has already changed names. The hold up was creator/writer/executive producer Noah Hawley, who got busy with other
The wait will soon be over for fans of Fargo. The series returns Sept. 27 for a fourth season — two-and-a-half years since Season Three premiered. The hold up is simply FX waiting for creator/writer/executive producer Noah Hawley to catch his breath. The man has been busy with other projects, including the fourth movie in
It’s always a good day to attend a TCA FX Networks press tour session — even if it is strictly a virtual, on-line experience. That was the case Wednesday as TV critics logged into three show panels as well as the always welcome executive session master class conducted by “The Mayor of Television,” FX Chairman
Sunday, April 14 marks the beginning of the end of Game of Thrones, the epic HBO series that will chop its way through six last episodes. There are, however, other things beginning and ending this month. Here’s the place to bookmark in order to keep track. Tuesday, April 2 Paramedics (Knowledge); Kevin Hart: Irresponsible (Netflix)
Chris Rock has been cast on the fourth season of Fargo — but will the series still shoot in Calgary? That’s the question as news broke Friday about Rock’s casting at the TCA press tour in Beverly Hills. During his always enlighterning executive session, FX Networks CEO and president John Landgraf tried to provide a
Way back when I was a young Turk at TV Guide Canada I was asked to get Steven Bochco on the phone. I thought the request was pure madness. At that time and for many years afterwards, Bochco was TV’s top showrunner, the much-admired writer/producer behind such groundbreaking hits as Hill Street Blues and L.A.
PASADENA, Ca. — “The most fearless originals are on FX.” That tag line played Friday morning at the end of an FX clip reel heading into CEO John Landgraf’s executive session. It certainly applies to FX programming, but it also sends a message Landgraf was careful to plant before reporters: the notion that in the
In January of 2015, Louis CK was before critics at a TCA press tour promoting the fifth season of his Emmy award-winning FX series, Louie. At the time he was the undisputed King of the comedy world, in stand-up and on television. Louie — dark, fearless, funny and at times heartbreakingly sad — was my favourite