Where to watch Fargo online

Brodie Fogg 2 February 2017 NEWS


So you want to stream the Fargo TV series, eh? Here where you can watch it in Australia.

The show that's based on a movie that was based on a true story (but not really) is entering its third season in 2017. Created by the Coen Brothers and adapted for television by Noah Hawley and FX, Fargo is an anthology series that follows a new crime or mystery each season.

Film to TV adaptations are always hit or miss, but Hawley's Fargo succeeds in paying tribute to the Coen Brothers classic film while also carving out its own story and characters.

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While there's no official release date for Fargo Season 3 as of yet, production is well under way and the creators have hinted we'll see the show sometime mid-April 2017. However, we do have a lot of juicy details regarding the plot and setting.

Season 3 of Fargo will return to more contemporary times, set in 2010. This opens up the possibility for characters from season 1 to return though nothing has been announced yet.

We also know a good deal about the cast and key players. Ewan McGregor will play a dual lead role as the Stussy twins, The Leftovers' Carrie Coon will play a character named Gloria Burgle, Scott Pilgrim's Mary Elizabeth Winstead will play Nikki Swango, and Remus Lupin himself (David Thewlis) will play a character named V.M. Vargas. We're also secretly hoping an season 2's Mike Milligan (Bokeem Woodbine) will return older and wiser.

If you need something to tide you over until April, we've got the perfect solution. Fargo's writer/director Noah Hawley is bringing the lesser-known X-Men character Legion to the small screen.

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Where to watch Fargo Season 2

After Season 1's neatly wrapped up ending (neatly might not be the right word), many were left wondering where Fargo could go with season 2. The answer? Back in time to Minnesota in the 70s.

Season 2 of Fargo follows Lou Solverson (Patrick Wilson), father to season 1's powerful protagonist Molly Solverson. Based off a throwaway comment from Lou in season 1, season 2 pits the humble Lou Solverson against Fargo's most prominent crime family and fish-out-water couple, Peggy and Ed Blumquist (Kirsten Dunst and Jesse Plemons).

Fargo Season 2 is available on iTunes, Google Play and later episodes on Foxtel Now. It's not yet available on Netflix and Stan, but expect more news when Season 3 releases in 2017.

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Where to watch Fargo Season 1

Season 1 of Fargo takes a lot of inspiration from the classic Coen Brothers' film. There are similar plotlines and many similarities can be drawn between characters from the TV show and movie. That doesn't mean you've seen the Fargo TV series if you've seen the movie. The TV show adds totally fresh characters (looking at you Billy Bob) that take the TV series in weird and wonderful directions.

The first season of Fargo is available on a number of services, including Netflix, Stan, Google Play and iTunes.

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