BEVERLY HILLS, California (REUTERS) – Comedian Chris Rock will star in a fourth season of the FX community’s Emmy-winning crime drama Fargo, in a narrative about two 1950s crime households that have traded their eldest sons, the community introduced on Friday (Aug three).
Production on the brand new installment will begin in 2019, FX Networks chief govt John Landgraf mentioned at a Television Critics Association event, the place networks promote upcoming reveals.
The season will likely be set in Kansas City, Missouri, at a time when the Midwest was coping with clashes between Europeans who had emigrated to the United States and African Americans who had left the US South to flee discrimination, Landgraf mentioned.
Rock will play the top of an African-American household who surrenders his oldest boy to his enemy – an Italian – to maintain an uneasy peace, Landgraf mentioned.
The Fargo tv collection was tailored from Joel and Ethan Coen’s 1996 Oscar-winning movie of the identical identify.
It gained the Emmy award for greatest restricted collection in 2014.
Four-time Emmy winner Rock is a humorist who created and produced the TV sitcom Everybody Hates Chris, based mostly on his personal life, which ran from 2005 to 2009.
He additionally has appeared in movies together with Lethal Weapon four and The Longest Yard and has hosted the Academy Awards.
FX is owned by 21st Century Fox.