Fargo Season 2 (2015): TV Review


I’ve just seen Fargo Season Two. The story is set in Luverne, Minnesota, Fargo, North Dakota, and Sioux Falls, South Dakota in March 1979 and follows beautician Peggy Blumquist (Dunst) and her husband, butcher Ed Blumquist (Plemons), as they cover up the hit-and-run and murder of Rye Gerhardt, son of Floyd Gerhardt (Smart), matriarch of the Gerhardt crime family in Fargo. Meanwhile, Lou Solverson (Wilson), a Minnesota State Trooper who has just returned from Vietnam, and Rock County Sheriff Hank Larsson (Danson) are investigating three murders committed by Rye Gerhardt. (Source: Wikipedia).

It challenges the Spanish saying “Nunca segundas partes fueron buenas” (Sequels are never any good), in fact, in this particular case the sequel is even better.

Fargo Season 2 at IMDb

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4 thoughts on “Fargo Season 2 (2015): TV Review

    1. I need not add anything further Jacqui, a superb series. Moreover when, as in my case, I had lived in Minnesota around the date when the events unfold

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