“Fargo” Heads to Hulu in Exclusive Streaming Deal

By on December 20, 2014


Hulu announced on Friday that it has gained the exclusive streaming rights to the FX series, “Fargo.” The series will be available for streaming on Hulu Plus in 2015 before season two starts airing on the network.

Hulu head of content Craig Erwich said,

“MGM has been our longtime partner and is a consistent distributor of premium content. After announcing our landmark output deal with FX Productions yesterday, this expanded partnership with MGM brings even more hit titles to Hulu.”

John Bryan, president of domestic television distribution at MGM, added,

“We are thrilled to expand our partnership with Hulu and proud to continue to offer exceptional programming from MGM including the Golden Globe nominated and Emmy award winning series Fargo, continued fan-favorite Vikings as well as classic titles from MGM’s vast library.”

The first season of “Fargo” starred Billy Bob Thornton and Martin Freeman. When it returns for a second season in 2015 it will see a new cast featuring Kirsten Dunst and Jesse Plemons.

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