Fargo, Season 2

Fargo, Season 2

Fargo

  • Genre: Fargo
  • Release Date: 2015-10-12
  • Advisory Rating: TV-MA
  • Episodes: 11
  • iTunes Price: USD 9.99
  • iTunes HD Price: USD 9.99

Description

Fargo follows a young State Trooper (Patrick Wilson) and his Sheriff father-in-law (Ted Danson) as they investigate a grizzly case involving a local crime family, a major mob syndicate who won’t rest until they’ve taken over Sioux Falls, SD, and a small town beautician and her husband who inadvertently get caught in the middle.

Episodes

Title Time Price
1 Before the Law 59:01 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
2 Did You Do This? No, You Did It! 58:46 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
3 Fear and Trembling 54:10 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
4 First Look at Season 2 00:32 Free Buy on iTunes
5 Loplop 1:00:47 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
6 Palindrome 52:46 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
7 Rhinoceros 46:58 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
8 The Castle 48:13 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
9 The Gift of the Magi 55:26 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
10 The Myth of Sisyphus 48:52 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes
11 Waiting for Dutch 49:53 USD 1.99 Buy on iTunes

Trailer

Reviews

  • Best of the Best on TV

    5
    By Acoustified
    I think this might be the best TV show I have ever watched. The production, Acting, Cast, Camera work, and Story are the best of the best. So creative and So engaging to watch... Well Done
  • Brilliant

    5
    By Dr. Fiji
    Bookeem woodbine gives an absolute flawless performance. The whole season is perfection.
  • Don’t bother

    1
    By LolaMackerel
    After the stellar first season, this one felt like a second-rate bore. There was little consistency between episodes (narration by a British guy for part of one episode, why exactly??) and an the teenage rock and roll soundtrack running through most of it. Oh, and then the FLYING SAUCER. Seriously??
  • Full of ADS, every episode has ADS! Don't buy!

    1
    By ABerry83
    No joke, ADS are on every episode, it's ridiculous. Listen to other reviewers and DON'T BUY from FX. This is the last time I purchase content from FX.
  • Season 1 was more faithful

    2
    By Rex Riley
    Two things: first, I won't buy from iTunes again because they still jam ads into the package. Same reason my wife and I stopped going to the theater. Second, I don't understand why so many are saluting season 2. Season 1 was far more faithful to the original conceit of the Fargo film - some poor sad sack gets in way over his head thanks to his emotions, and the rest of the show focuses on how his mistakes pull others into the misery. Season 2 is more like a mob film - a bit of Get Shorty + Pulp Fiction. It's a fine program, of course, but mob wars in North Dakota? Dozens murdered, really? We think the show has lost its way a bit and hoping for something more understated in Season 3. Oh, and we're simply going to record it on FX.
  • So Tense and Engaging!

    5
    By CA FiveOh
    Few shows have the effect of making me want to watch episode after episode...24, Rescue Me, and of course, Breaking Bad were notorious for that. Since those shows have ended, there have been a lot of new ones to replace them...some good, some just meh, but none of them had that "marathon viewing" appeal. Then I discovered this show, and just wow! The cinematography is incredible. The acting definitely ranks up there near some of the best. And the tension throughout the episodes...especially Season 2...is almost too much to take at times. If you liked the shows I mentioned above and want something to fill that yearning for that next great TV show fix, then I highly recommend checking Fargo out!
  • Stupid

    2
    By brslc
    If the true story follows this plot, these people are even dumber than the writers try to make them.
  • Take the effing ads bro

    1
    By Moral police
    The show is amazing but why the F there are so many ads??? I want my money back! FX can kiss it
  • The Best Filmmaking on Television!

    5
    By RobCarmack
    This show is expertly written and shot. It’s better than any movie I’ve seen in the theaters in years! Also, I have no idea where the logic comes from to give a show a one-star review for the ads that the network decides to run. I mean, I could see knocking it down to four stars (I think that’s even a bit too harsh). Why punish a great show for the network’s choices? I don’t like the ads either, but it’s pretty easy to use this amazing technology to skip them and go directly to the show. Also, the performances in the show are great. All around fantastic work!
  • Truly Great

    5
    By JackedAF
    I don't know what's up with the weirdos and their comments about ads. The ads are literally 5 seconds at the start of each show...5 seconds. As for the show, it is even better than season 1. I really enjoyed it.

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