‘Fargo’ Season 5 Teaser: Juno Temple Is a Housewife with a Violent Streak
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‘Fargo’ Season 5 Teaser: Juno Temple Is a Housewife with a Violent Streak



‘Fargo’ Season 5 Teaser: Juno Temple Is a Housewife with a Violent Streak

Juno Temple is cooking up some deadly secrets in the latest installment of FX anthology series “Fargo.”

Season 5 of the hit show centers on Dorothy “Dot” Lyon (Temple), who has landed in hot water with the authorities after a string of unexpected criminal activity. Per the official logline, this seemingly typical Midwestern housewife is suddenly plunged back into a life she thought she had left behind.

The new season is set in Minnesota and North Dakota in 2019. Dot’s husband Wayne (David Rysdahl) and mother-in-law Lorraine (Jennifer Jason Leigh) have no idea about her past, and Lorraine’s thriving position as the CEO of the country’s largest debt collection agency complicates matters as a slew of police are on Dot’s tail. Lorraine calls in her legal counsel (Dave Foley) to help Dot evade law enforcement, regardless of the crimes she’s committed.

Jon Hamm plays a local North Dakota sheriff who, along with his son (Joe Keery) and drifter (Sam Spruell), is determined to corner Dot. Meanwhile, a Minnesota Police Deputy (Richa Moorjani) and North Dakota Deputy (Lamorne Morris) are also seeking out Dot.

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“Fargo” showrunner/writer/director Noah Hawley leads the creative team with his production company 26 Keys. Warren Littlefield and his production company, The Littlefield Company, also serve as executive producer along with Steve Stark, Kim Todd, and “Fargo” film writer-directors Joel and Ethan Coen. 

The series is produced by MGM Television and FX Productions, with MGM Television serving as the lead studio. The series is internationally distributed by Amazon and MGM Studios Distribution.

Past iterations of “Fargo” have starred Chris Rock, Kristen Dunst, Jesse Plemons, Ben Whishaw, Jessie Buckley, and Timothy Olyphant. The IndieWire review for Season 4 called the series the “bleakest” installment yet, with the show “emphasizing the burden placed on future generations to fix the mistakes of the past, while acknowledging that such an ask may be impossible to fulfill…Some are tempted by the darkness, others are too innocent to protect themselves from a painful world, and still more are just in the wrong place at the wrong time, unable to avoid the merciless wood-chipper tearing through America’s heart(land).”

“Fargo” Season 5 premieres November 21 on FX. Check out the trailer below.

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