Watch ‘Fargo’ Season 5: Cast, Schedule, Streaming Info

Watch ‘Fargo’ Season 5: Cast, Schedule, Streaming Info: The ongoing narrative of “Fargo” Season 5 progresses with its sixth episode, titled “The Tender Trap.” The highly anticipated return of the hit FX series took place in November with a gripping two-episode premiere. This anthology series draws inspiration from the 1996 Coen brothers’ movie of the same name.

In the latest installment set in 2019, viewers are transported to the landscapes of Minnesota and North Dakota, as revealed by FX.

The new season has received a stellar four out of four stars, with critics describing it as “as sparkling as the snow that covers the cold Minnesota streets in October.” Lawler highlighted that the season “hits the sweet spot for an anthology: Familiar but still utterly unique, surprising even devoted fans at every turn, and making you beg for more.”

Following an unforeseen sequence of events that puts Dorothy “Dot” Lyon in a precarious situation with the authorities, she is abruptly “plunged back into a life she thought she had left behind,” as per the series synopsis.

Discover all you need to know about the latest season of “Fargo,” including the episode schedule and cast.

‘Fargo’ Season 5 Episodes: How to Watch Live, Streaming Info

Catch new episodes airing every Tuesday at 10 p.m. ET/PT on FX, with the added convenience of streaming on Hulu the following day. The season kicked off with the premiere of the first two episodes on Nov. 21.

As per IMDB, the remaining episode schedule is outlined as follows:

  • Episode 6: The Tender Trap − Dec. 19
  • Episode 7: Linda − Dec. 26
  • Episode 8: Blanket − Jan. 2
  • Episode 9: Title n/a − Jan. 9
  • Episode 10: Title n/a − Jan. 16

‘Fargo’ Season 5 cast

The current installment features Juno Temple in the role of Dot Lyon, Jon Hamm as Sheriff Roy Tillman, Joe Keery as Tillman’s son Gator, and Jennifer Jason Leigh portraying Dot’s mother, Lorraine Lyon. Completing the ensemble cast are David Rysdahl, Lamorne Morris, Sam Spruell, Richa Moorjani, Sienna King, and Dave Foley.

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