The premiere of the first season of FX’s Emmy-winning Fargo series was on Monday night.
The show’s executive producer Michael Green said that he expects the season to run from August 1 through August 9.
The show is the first in the series to feature Fargo’s main cast.
The premiere of season 1 of FX Emmy-nominated Fargo TV series is set for August 1 at 8 p.m.
Season 1 of the series, which is set in the late 1800s and is a prequel to the original, follows the lives of two men who work for the notorious Fargo mobster Carl Barksdale.
The series was created by David Chase and Michael Green.
Green said that the show will feature “very different kinds of characters,” and that the series will focus on the lives and characters of the people who work in the mobster’s criminal enterprise.
The series will also feature several characters who are not familiar with the show.
They include “a real-life serial killer, a lawyer who is trying to build his legacy, a former lawyer who was a mob boss, and a drug dealer who works for the police.”
The show will also have “a different type of story and a different type.
You’re going to see a different kind of story with the way they deal with the world and the violence that they deal.
It’s going to be very different.”
The series is the sixth in the “Fargo” franchise.
The first season was released in 2016.