It won’t premiere until April, but at long last the first trailer for the upcoming fourth season of FX’s anthology series Fargo has arrived. The quick look at the latest installment of the series is a serious trip back in time, as it centers on Loy Cannon, a 1950s mobster played by Chris Rock.
As previously revealed, the new season of Fargo is set in Kansas City in the year 1950 and follows two criminal families–one African American, the other Italian–as they work together to control organized crime. The twist there, though, is that part of their deal to work together includes trading their oldest sons.
Joining Rock this season are Ben Whishaw (Paddington 2), Jessie Buckley (Chernobyl), Jason Schwartzman (Saving Mr. Banks), and Uzo Aduba (Orange Is the New Black), among others. This marks the first major TV role for Rock since he appeared as the narrator on Everybody Hates Chris, a series he also served as the creator of.
As for how much of the season is given away in the trailer, chances are you won’t be too spoiled. During an appearance at the TCA winter press tour, Rock revealed productions is still underway and that he begins filming episode 5 this coming Monday, January 13.
Fargo returns with its new installment on Sunday, April 19 on FX. The episode will then appear the next day on FX on Hulu.
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