Fargo season one, the first to air in the new year, is shaping up to be one of the most emotionally draining seasons yet.
But for those of us who love the show, there are some easy ways to keep up with the story and see what’s going on in Fargo before it goes off the air.
We talked to Fargo showrunners Noah Hawley and Noah Oppenheim about how to get the most out of season one and how they plan to avoid spoilers.
Read the books before you watch.
The show’s been written by Fargo creators Noah Hawke and Noah Adler, and they know how to write about a series like Fargo.
Hawley told us, “I read all the books that have been published in the past, and then I do what Noah has done and read everything that he’s written.”
The season will focus on how a man is coping with the death of his wife and child.
The book series takes place in Fargo, Nebraska, where the series is set, and it will be important for viewers to get a good feel for the city.
Hawke told us that he and Adler would try to use all of the books, “but you have to take it on the chin.”
The series also will include flashbacks and alternate versions of the same events that have occurred in the books.
“We’re going to have a lot of alternate versions in the story,” Hawley said.
“There are so many things that you’ll see and hear in those flashbacks that are completely new.”
The first flashback will be the murder of a young woman.
Hawkes said the character of a prostitute will also be a big focus of the show.
“She’s just so fascinating.
We’re going in with a lot more focus on the prostitute than we are on the victim,” he said.
The season is also set in the early 1900s, when the Fargo police department is still active.
Hawkys says he and his writers will be taking advantage of all the time travel that the show has seen.
“When you’re a show like Fargo where the timeline is always ticking, you’re constantly running into things that happen in the present and things that happened in the future.
So we’re going into all of that, and we’re doing a lot with it,” he told us. 2.
Make sure you have time for the flashbacks.
Hawken told us he’s going to focus on what happened to his wife, and that will be a very personal story.
“I’m really interested in the events of the previous season,” Hawken said.
When Hawkes and Adlers first conceived of the series, they knew that there was a lot to cover, and the writers have been working to build the show into a big story.
Hawks said, “We really wanted to get into the past and the present as much as possible, and I think we’ve done a great job of that.”
Hawkes added that “the flashbacks are really the big story,” and he said that he thinks the audience will like them.
“The first time we started doing the flashbacks, we were like, ‘Okay, that’s enough!
We’ve got the flashback,'” he said, laughing.
“Then we just started doing them.
And the audience’s been like, oh my God, it’s like the best part of the season.
You can’t wait to see them.
The flashbacks will be huge, because they are really, really big.”
Hawley added, “They’re going back and forth and they’re really, truly moving and moving at a rate that’s really hard to explain.”
In a way, the flashbacks are what the show wants to do, and Hawkes told us it is important to focus more on them.
Hawkins said that the flashbacks will have a huge impact on the plot and will be key to the finale.
Hawki said the writers are focusing on “how we make these flashbacks the best they can be.”
Check out the first season trailer.
Hawsley told The American Conservatives that the trailer will be “a really big part of your experience of the episode.”
He said, You’ll be able to watch the first episode and really understand what is happening.
The trailer is a great way to get you into the show and get some of the characters, and you’ll be seeing a lot.
“It’s really the beginning of a very big story that we’re telling,” Hawkes explained.
“And I think that’s what we’re all going to be looking forward to.
It’s really going to kick off a lot.”
Know when to expect a flashback.
Hawlke said that when they first pitched the show to HBO, they had a pretty tight timeline.
“They didn’t have a way to tell it in advance,” he explained.
So, Hawley, Oppenham, and Adelman have decided that they want the show’s first flashback to occur at the end of