Fargo: Episode Four

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Watching Billy Bob Thornton transform from a take-no-shit killer to a Bambi-like innocent is Emmy-worthy — as if the rest of his performance so far wasn’t already!

I think I understand why people aren’t addicted to this series like, say, Forbrydelsen or Breaking Bad. It doesn’t goose a viewer’s adrenaline level like those series did. And, unlike Forbrydelsen and True Detective, we already know who did what (or so it seems).

That’s not a bad thing.

There are enough mind-blowing plot twists and developments here that should keep people watching. I’m amazed at how Noah Hawley has really written this like a novel. This has a depth that’s really rarely seen on TV.

Previously here:

Fargo: Episode 3
Fargo: Episode 2
Fargo: Episode 1

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One response to “Fargo: Episode Four

  1. Keishon

    I’m amazed at how Noah Hawley has really written this like a novel. This has a depth that’s really rarely seen on TV.

    Agreed. I loved it. I feel this is a series I could watch again. It’s that good.

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