Fargo Season 4 Will Start Airing Before Filming Is Finished

The premiere of the acclaimed crime drama Fargo Season 4 was one of the first delays for a major TV show due to COVID-19 pandemic. The acclaimed crime drama was still shooting ahead of its April premiere, but was indefinitely delayed in March. But with some production resuming across the industry, a new premiere date has been reported.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Fargo Season 4 will debut on FX on September 27 with the first two episodes, and will then air weekly. The season will run for 11 episodes, rather than the originally-planned 10. The show still had two episodes left to film when production was closed down, and these, plus the extra one, will shoot in Chicago while the earlier parts of the season is airing.

Fargo Season 4 stars Chris Rock as a crime lord in 1950s Kansas, and the cast also includes Jason Schwartzman, Ben Whishaw, Jessie Buckley, and musician Andrew Bird. It’s produced once more by Noah Hawley, who created the show as a loose spin-off from the classic Coen brothers movie of the same title.

A number of other high profile shows are about to restart production. Netflix’s fantasy hit The Witcher will resume shooting in the UK this month, and Amazon’s Lord of the Rings prequel series is filming in New Zealand once more.

For more, check out GameSpot’s guide to the biggest upcoming TV shows of 2020 and beyond.

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