A new teaser for FX’s anthology series Fargo doesn’t give us any specifics for Season 2, but it confirms that the series will stick to Season 1’s (and the Coen brothers original film’s) aesthetic of violence against a pristine, snowy background. In the short spot (which you can view below), a woodpecker pauses at the gun shots in the distance … but then gets on with its business.
What we do know about Season 2 is that it will be taking a leap back in time to the 1970s, and will focus on Lou Solverson (played by Keith Carradine in first season, and Patrick Wilson in the upcoming season), and pivot around the violent events Solverson spoke cryptically about in Season 2. Wilson will be joined by Kirsten Dunst, Kieran Culkin, Ted Danson, Brad Garrett, Nick Offerman, Jesse Plemons, and Bokeem Woodbine, as well as Bruce Campbell, who will be playing a pre-POTUS Ronald Reagan.
Stay tuned to Collider for more as we know it; Fargo Season 2 is set to premiere in September.