Well, the first season of Legion is over and it’s a good thing we already know a second one is on the way because it left us with one hell of a cliffhanger. However, “Chapter 8” built to that cliffhanger in the most satisfying way possible, delivering gonzo action and wild character beats while also exploring its themes with humor and style. Let’s take a closer look.
Posted on Tuesday, March 28th, 2017 by Jack Giroux
“Pitchfork peasants with murders in their eyes” are coming, V.M. Vargas (David Thewlis) warns viewers in the new preview for Fargo season 3. Vargas is most likely talking to the man with the overwhelming smile shown above, the Parking Lot King of Minnesota, Emmit Stussy (Ewan McGregor). What sort of trouble Emmit finds himself in on the show is still a mystery, but it’s safe to expect a touch of murder and plenty of laughs.
Below, watch the Fargo season 3 extended trailer.
After last week’s disappointing episode, Legion is back on track in a big way. “Chapter 7” finds FX’s X-Men series topping itself once again – this is one of the most clever, frightening, bizarre, and funny hours of television we can hope to see all year.
Posted on Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017 by Jacob Hall
I think we’ve crested the hill. I think we can finally stop talking about how surprising it is that FX’s Fargo series is so very good and just start talking about how it’s just so very good. Noah Hawley‘s anthology series, set in the same icy, murder-y world as Joel and Ethan Coen’s incredible 1996 film, is one of the best shows on television at the moment.
And finally, the first proper Fargo season 3 trailer has arrived.
Ewan McGregor as Ray Stussy looks about as down on his luck as a man can get. The less successful brother of the “Parking Lot King” of Minnesota just reeks of desperation, making him right at home in the world of FX’s Fargo. In less than a month’s time, we’ll likely see Ray make some very bad and very foolish decisions that get a lot of people hurt. I can’t wait. For now, let’s watch some new Fargo season 3 teasers.
After last week’s barnburner of an episode, it was probably necessary for Legion to tap the brakes with “Chapter 6.” But did FX’s X-Men series tap the brakes just a little too much? Let’s dive right in.
Only five episodes into season one and FX has already decided to renew showrunner Noah Hawley‘s (Fargo) adaptation of Legion. The psychedelic comic book series is a breath of fresh air. Hawley’s show isn’t following any blatant formulas, and it goes in some unexpected, strange directions and continues to surprise fans.
Below, learn more about Legion season 2.
Posted on Monday, March 13th, 2017 by Jack Giroux
“Ray, why can’t you be more like your brother, the parking lot king of Minnesota?” is probably a question Ray has heard time and time again. Ray, a balding man without much luck or success, blames his wealthy older brother for his failures. The rivalry between the two brothers will probably lead to some big laughs and tragic deaths when season three of Fargo premieres next month on FX.
Below, watch two new Fargo season 3 TV spots, featuring a first-look at Ewan McGregor as the almighty Parking Lot King.
Posted on Friday, March 10th, 2017 by Peter Sciretta
It seems like every other day is bringing us another artful teaser for Fargo season 3. I’m definitely not complaining, as the series is one of my favorite shows of all time and it has only had two seasons. The latest Fargo season 3 teaser trailer follows Carrie Coon as Sheriff Gloria Burgle, who somehow comes across an air conditioning unit in the middle of a blizzard. You can watch it for yourself below.
Posted on Thursday, March 9th, 2017 by Ethan Anderton
The FX comedy series It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia isn’t much of a serial TV program. Each episode is mostly self-contained, and there is microscopic evidence of any continuity between episodes with the exception of some passing references to past shenanigans and a couple recurring characters who seem to get worse over time (like Rickety Cricket). Plus, the gang doesn’t really learn any real lessons from all of their despicable behavior and just keep doing more awful junk.
However, the recent 12th season finale of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia threw a couple of curveballs at longtime fans. But just in case some of you fans haven’t watched the season finale yet, we’ll leave the spoilers for after the jump. Read More »