Articles about Fargo
As drama production slowly ramps up after coronavirus-enforced shutdowns around the world, showrunners and directors are rising to the global challenges presented by the pandemic.
Fargo showrunner Noah Hawley, production designer Warren Alan Young and composer Jeff Russo tell DQ about reuniting for the fourth season of the FX anthology and explain how the new story chimes with contemporary events.
DQ checks out the upcoming schedules to pick out 10 new dramas to watch this September, from prequels to One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Next and Wallander to a Ridley Scott sci-fi thriller and the return of Fargo.
As television drama transports viewers to new worlds, both historical and fantastical, the role of the production designer has never been more important. DQ finds out more about the job from those doing it on shows in the UK, the US, Canada and Australia.
Former NBC Entertainment president Warren Littlefield discusses the success of The Handmaid’s Tale and the lessons he learnt making the leap from broadcaster to producer.
With an eye for crafting unique worlds, Fargo and Legion creator Noah Hawley tells DQ why he is bringing movie methods to television.
A Clockwork Orange provided some of the inspiration behind the look of FX’s latest original series, Legion. Production designer Michael Wylie tells DQ how he created this unique world.
With reports this week that Sony Pictures Entertainment is planning a TV series based on the Angelie Jolie spy movie Salt, now seems as good a time as any to round up developments on the movie-to-TV adaptation front.
Noah Hawley’s TV adaptation of the Coen brothers movie Fargo has been given another season by FX, while Billy Ray is bringing an F Scott Fitzgerald novel to Amazon and French series are earning international plaudits.
From American Horror Story and Black Mirror to True Detective and The Missing, it’s clear anthology series are back in a big way. DQ examines the reasons behind the revival, and wonders whether anthologies are here for the long run.
US cable is now home to more drama than ever, with viewers spoilt for choice like never before. But what’s behind the glut – and could the market be reaching saturation point? The major players reveal all.