Fargo whiteout. Fish-nado, the creators and writers truely are making something so unique and classic.
Character development is unparalleled to anything I've seen in a long time. The show makes you laugh, creeps you out, makes you sick to your stomach and keeps surprising, week end week out. I'm hooked!
Sunday July 13th...looks like Fx is finally getting into the Sunday night business.
Lester Nygard is a badass, plain and simple! Can't wait to see his 'Vegas' encounter with Malvo.
The one year jump really threw me for a loop but was presented perfectly. Now what happened in that year? Have to revisit some things I would think?
Yeah, they seem to have all but completely ditched the humor the last 2 episodes. What seemed a curiosity when it was announced has turned into a terrific surprise. Very unique, and while it has enough to do with it's namesake, it's an entirely different, and some might argue, a better entity. I watched on AmazonPrime so I did not see coming attractions...have they said 'only 2 episodes left' or something like that yet???
And, I will take it by the silence...is ANYONE enjoying Louie? It's been horrible...yes, horrible and I am very close to dropping it.
On your second question I've always been a Louie fan, however this season is not all comedy. Really seems to be taking a different approach, almost a dramedy? I watch just because it's different than anything else on, and Louie's life is interesting on the show. Charles Grodin's character cracks me up.
FX's 'Tyrant': The Dramatic Backstory - Hollywood Reporter
Hell yeah. Best exec in tv."I expected it to be hard," says FX Networks CEO John Landgraf, seated in his office on the Fox lot just weeks before the series' June 24 premiere. "But if you want easy, go to a channel that's just chasing after other people's work and ripping it off."