The upcoming second season of “Fargo” has finally revealed some key story details courtesy of showrunner Noah Halway. According to Halway, the second season will be “a lot bigger” than the first.
EW also got their hands on a page of the script for the second season which you can see below. The script for the 1979 setting in the second season shows a few motivations for the character of Peggy Blomquist, to be played by Kirsten Dunst.
Playing opposite Dunst is “Breaking Bad’s” Jesse Plemons as her husband in the season, Ed Blomquist. The duo will find themselves caught in a war between a local crime gang and a major mob syndicate.
“The scope of the story-telling this season is a lot bigger, it has more of an epic feel to it. It’s not the ’70s in a Boogie Nights kind of way.”
Like the first season, season two of “Fargo” is loosely inspired by the Coen brothers’ film of the same name but with new stories and characters.
You can see the script below: