FX Networks CEO John Landgraf announced that Season 4 of Fargo could possibly air in 2019. Due to series creator Noah Hawley’s busy schedule, Fargo‘s return in its fourth season would likely not air until next year.
Landgraf further explained that he has spoken with Hawley, and Hawley has a plan for a new installment of Fargo. However, Hawley’s busy schedule that includes him working on a Doctor Doom movie, the new season could possibly be pushed back until next year.
The third season of Fargo premiered on FX in 2017. Ewan McGregor starred in the series as twin brothers Ray and Emmit Stussy alongside Mary Elizabeth Winstead, David Thewlis, and Carrie Coon. The series went on to be nominated for 16 Emmy Awards, winning for Outstanding Music Composition for a Limited Series, Movie, or Special.
Being that the first season of Fargo aired in 2014 while Season 2 aired in October 2015, it is not unusual for the series to have long periods of time between seasons of Fargo. With the possibility of Season 4 premiering in 2019, it would mark the longest break between seasons yet.