‘Fargo’ Season 2 Trailer: “I’d Like A Chocolate Glaze”
Tuesday, July 14th, 2015 at 3:00 pm
Season 2 of Fargo will take an interesting turn. Instead of moving forward, the series will turn back time and be set in a post-Vietnam War era. Lou Solverson, who was played by Keith Carradine in season 1, will be played by Patrick Wilson in season 2. Having just returned from Vietnam, Solverson has been assigned to investigate a crime between a small-town gang and a major Mob syndicate.
As you can see in the trailer below, it looks like season 2 will be just as dark and twisted as season 1. Not to mention just as funny.
The trailer does act more like a teaser, but it hits all the right notes.
Though I will miss Billy Bob Thorton, Allison Tolman, Colin Hanks, and the comedic duo Jordan Peele and Keegan Michael-Key, I am very interested in seeing what the new cast will bring to the table. Joining Wilson will be Ted Danson as the town sheriff, Kirsten Dunst and Jesse Plemons as Peggy Blomquist and Ed Blomquist, a married couple looking to escape small-town living, and Jean Smart as the matriarch of the Gerhardt crime family in Fargo.
The supporting cast consists of Nick Offerman, who plays the town lawyer, and Bruce Campbell, who will play presidential nominee Ronald Reagan.
Here’s the official synopsis
The all new “true crime” case of Fargo’s new chapter travels back to 1979 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota and Luverne, Minnesota, where a young State Police Officer “Lou Solverson” (Wilson), recently back from Vietnam, investigates a case involving a local crime gang and a major Mob syndicate. Helping him piece things together is his father-in-law, “Sheriff Hank Larsson” (Danson). The investigation will lead them to a colorful cast of characters that includes “Karl Weathers” (Nick Offerman), the town lawyer of Luverne, Minnesota. A Korean War vet, Karl is a flowery drunk blessed with the gift of gab and the eloquence of a true con artist. Three-time Emmy winner Brad Garrett will play “Joe Bulo,” the front man for the northern expansion of a Kansas City crime syndicate. The new face of corporate crime, Joe’s bringing a Walmart mentality to small town America. His number two is “Mike Milligan” (Bokeem Woodbine). Part enforcer, part detective, Mike is always smiling – but the joke is usually on you. Bulo and his crew have their sights set on the Gerhardt crime family in Fargo, currently led by matriarch “Floyd Gerhardt” (Smart). With her husband at death’s door, Floyd takes over the family business, frustrating her eldest son, “Dodd Gerhardt” (Jeffrey Donovan). An impatient hothead with a cruel streak to match his ambitions, Dodd can’t wait for both his parents to die so he can take over and expand their business from kingdom to empire. “Bear Gerhardt” (Angus Sampson) is the middle son, an intimidatingly large man who, although inarticulate, is the most decent of his clan. “Rye Gerhardt” (Kieran Culkin), the youngest of the Gerhardt clan, views himself as a big shot, but in reality he’s just a small dog who barks big.