Fargo Boss Talks 'Most Ambitious' Season Yet, Writing for Chris Rock and Season 4's Unlikely Coen Connection
Oh yah, you betcha it’s been more than three years since we last zipped up our parkas and ventured off into the snowy world of FX’s Fargo… and series creator Noah Hawley tells TVLine that we almost didn’t make it back there at all. READ MORE
Legion Boss on Why He's Ending the Show — and Introducing Professor X
Legion‘s story is drawing to a close this year… but not before a much-anticipated family reunion. READ MORE
Legion Boss Noah Hawley Teases a (Yes, Even) Trippier Season 2
If you’re still puzzling over the first season of Legion, we have some good (and bad) news for you: FX and Marvel’s mind-bending superhero drama is back for Season 2 READ MORE
Fargo Boss Breaks Down Season 3's Sopranos-Esque Final Scene — Plus: Could This Be the Last Episode Ever?
Warning: This post contains spoilers for Wednesday’s Fargo Season 3 finale.
Well, it’s not Tony Soprano munching on onion rings in a Jersey diner before the screen cuts to black… but it’s close. READ MORE & GRADE THE FINALE
Fargo to End With Season 3?
Is Noah Hawley fresh out of ideas for Fargo? READ MORE
Legion Boss on the Finale's Post-Credits 'Tease,' David's Famous Dad and What's in Store for Season 2
Warning: The following contains spoilers for Wednesday’s Legion season finale. READ MORE
Legion Boss Makes Sense of the Trippy Series Premiere — Plus: Grade It!
Warning: The following contains spoilers for Wednesday’s Legion series premiere.
It’s understandable if you came out of Legion‘s total mind-warp of a series premiere with lots of questions. READ MORE & GRADE THE PREMIERE
Legion Review: An Exhilarating Delight, Even if You Don't Like Comic Books
I know what you’re thinking: Another comic-book show? From The CW’s crowded superhero stable to Netflix’s Daredevil/Jessica Jones/Luke Cage trio, it seems like every other TV drama these days READ MORE
Legion: Why FX's New Marvel Drama Is Unlike Any Other Superhero Show
Yes, technically, FX’s new drama Legion is a “comic-book show.” But it doesn’t feel like — or look like — any of the superhero shows currently on TV. READ MORE