Critic Consensus: Thanks in part to a memorable dual performance from Ewan McGregor, Fargo mostly maintains the sly wit and off-kilter sensibility it displayed in its first two seasons.
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as Gloria Burgle
as Sy Feltz
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as Emmit Stussy; Ray Stussy
as V.M. Vargas
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as Moe Dammick
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News & Interviews for Fargo: Season 3
With its sly wit and visual flair, the third series of Fargo is already shaping up to be the best yet. Darn tootin'? You betcha.
This is simply the classiest piece of TV drama around. It's instantly entertaining, even if you've never seen any of it before and have never heard of the Coen brothers or that movie called Fargo.
The acting here is as good as the writing, and the visuals - built, as with season one, around the isolated snow and ice of the Midwest - are like paintings that move.
Watching Hawley slowly shred that veneer to reveal the ugliness below just might be the most rewarding part of visiting this fictional slice of North Dakota for a third time.
Audience Reviews for Fargo: Season 3
Maybe the best TV crime drama I will see this year. If for no other reason I urge people to see season three of Fargo for the work of David Thewlis as the sinister antagonist. But, you'll also dig the performances of Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Carrie Coon and Ewan McGregor who plays two roles.
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