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Monday, November 16, 2015

Fargo S2 remains the best show in recent television history, A+


With even nods towards the X files, Fargo Season 2 is nothing short of amazing. Everything about the premiere of the second season is done so perfectly well it's an almost haunting experience watching it, making Fargo the best show on television since Breaking Bad.

If you are looking for a new television show look no further. The premiere of Fargo Season 2 solidifies the series into some of the greatest television ever made, shouldering right up to the likes of Breaking Bad or the Sopranos. The reason why is that everything about the show is perfect. Somehow,  show creator and director Noah Hawley manages to make the show even better then the masterpiece first season.
Can bigger be better? With Fargo, the answer is yes. Even though Season 2 is the first time Fargo takes a step backward in time into the 1970s, this doesn't make it any less interesting. In fact, it's just the opposite. There are so many things that are just incredible about Season 2 it's hard to find a place to start.
For starters, the acting remains the top of the line; especially by Kristen Dunst and Jesse Plemons-who play a seemingly average midwestern couple thrown into the thick of the things.
The tone of the series is also extremely well done. The music is wonderful, playing out each scene with the right background done so perfectly right that it's hard to compare to.
What makes the second season of Fargo stand out even more than the first is how wonderfully absurd it is, but at the same time, there's also heartfelt human connections that exceed the first season.
It can be violent at the best of times, but with every violent scene of season 2 there is a purpose. Most fans and viewers of the show that are already hooked will no doubt agree that Fargo is one of, if not the best show currently running on television.
A+
Where can you watch it?
The good news: You can watch all of Season one streaming on Demand with Hulu Plus.
Unfortunately, right now Season 2 is only available to Cable subscribers or to purchase individual episodes.

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