Fargo Season 4? The FX drama will be cancelled/in limbo for a few years at least, with creator Noah Hawley reiterating that there are no current plans for a fourth season of the crime/anthology series.
However, keeping hope alive for the future, Hawley projects that the fourth season could happen “three years from now,” per Deadline:
“Please don’t tell people this is the end,” says Fargo series creator Noah Hawley about the recent news that there may never be another season of the FX show. “Right now, I just can’t point to (a production start) date on the calendar.”
“I always agreed with FX that the only reason to do another Fargo is if the creative is there,” says Hawley, who at the moment is drawing a blank in regards to what Season 4 would center around.
“It took 15 months to get Season 2 off the ground, and 18 months to get Season 3 on the air. I have to turn my attention to the second season of Legion and a film potentially the winter after next. We’re looking at three years from now,” the EP about a rough timeline for a Fargo Season 4.
While we have an arbitrary timeline for the possible return of Fargo, there’s nothing concrete and the show cannot hide from the reaper for three years.
The situation may be fluid, but for now at least, Fargo can be deemed ‘soft cancelled’.