Fargo was a hit Oscar-winning film in 1996, but nearly 20 years later, it remains to be seen if fans want to see more. On Tuesday at 10/9c, FX is betting that they will when it debuts its new Fargo series starring Oscar winner Billy Bob Thornton and Hobbit star Martin Freeman
Comedians Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele have joined FX's upcoming Fargo adaptation.
The duo, best known for their Comedy Central sketch show Key and Peele, will star in a guest arc in the final four episodes of the 10-episode series.
Thanks to the one-two punch of NCIS and Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Tuesday nights at 8/7c have become pretty crowded. Which is why Raising Hope's new showrunner, Mike Mariano, isn't all that worried about the show's move from Tuesdays to what was once believed to be the death timeslot of Fridays. "I'm thrilled by it because I think the Tuesday-at-8 timeslot is one of the toughest on television," Mariano tells TVGuide.com. "I'm not as intimidated as I would have been in other years going to Fridays. ... But it's also really out of my control. I'm thrilled to be on the air."
After a slightly extended time off the schedule, Raising Hope returns Friday (9/8c, Fox) with two new back-to-back episodes and a slew of impressive guest stars including...
Suits and Real World alum Jacinda Barrett is heading to The Following, TVLine reports.
Barrett will play Julia, a disarming character whose "mysterious intentions send several main characters in a frightening new direction," according to TVLine. Does that mean she'll be working with Ryan Hardy (Kevin Bacon) and the FBI, or Joe Carroll (James Purefoy) and his Followers?
Martha Plimpton's real-life father Keith Carradine will guest-star on an upcoming episode of Raising Hope, TVLine.com reports.