A new movie about the Fargo-set TV show has been announced, as the Canadian film festival Cannes Film Festival announced that it will debut the film in 2019.
The film is based on the TV series and was directed by Mike Hargrove, who wrote and starred in the pilot episode.
The first episode of the Fargo TV series premiered in April 2018, and starred Joel McHale as a Fargo sheriff’s deputy who tries to keep a low profile after he is named to the show’s investigative unit.
He eventually finds himself on the brink of the infamous “swamp,” a place of supernatural activity.
It is also set in the early 1960s, a time of widespread social unrest and unrest, including the Black Power Movement.
The series ended in 2003, but Fargo has not been renewed for a fourth season.
The new film will be produced by Hargrow, who also directed Fargo: The Untold Story and The People v.
O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story.
The festival will debut Fargo at the Cannes Cinema on Sept. 23.
The title of the film, “Fargo in 2017,” was revealed by Huddleston during the festival’s announcement.