The long-awaited return of the dark comedy crime anthology series Fargo is finally here with its highly anticipated fifth season. After a three-year hiatus, fans can look forward to the premiere of an all-new storyline featuring an exciting new cast.
The show, set in Minnesota and North Dakota in 2019, boasts an ensemble cast that includes Juno Temple, Jon Hamm, and Jennifer Jason Leigh, among others. Critically acclaimed as “wonderfully acted, swiftly paced, nasty fun” by The Hollywood Reporter’s Daniel Feinberg, the fifth season of Fargo promises to deliver the same level of quality storytelling and gripping drama that has captivated audiences in the past.
The eagerly awaited premiere of Fargo season five will debut on FX today at 10 p.m. ET/PT, with subsequent episodes set to air on Tuesdays at the same time. For those who prefer streaming, the episodes will be made available on Hulu the day after their initial airing on FX.
For viewers who do not have a cable TV subscription, there are a variety of options for streaming the new season of Fargo. Hulu subscribers can watch the show with the base plan, which starts at $7.99 per month for the ad-supported package, or $17.99 for the ad-free tier. Additionally, Hulu is currently running a Black Friday promotion offering the ad-supported version for just 99 cents per month for 12 months.
As part of the Disney Duo bundle, fans can access Hulu along with Disney+ for a discounted price of $9.99 per month, offering a nearly 40 percent savings. For those seeking an even broader range of content, the Disney Trio includes Hulu, Disney+, and ESPN+ for $14.99 per month. Viewers can also opt for the Disney Trio Premium for $24.99 per month, providing a nearly ad-free streaming experience across Hulu, Disney+, and ESPN+.
Aside from Hulu, other streaming platforms such as DirecTV Stream and Fubo also offer access to FX, providing additional options for fans to catch the latest season of Fargo. DirecTV Stream provides a range of package options for viewers, with the Entertainment package starting at $69.99 per month. New subscribers can take advantage of the five-day free trial to watch the first two episodes of season five at no cost.
Fubo’s Pro package includes access to FX for $54.99 per month for new subscribers, while Sling offers its own streaming options starting at $20 per month, with a special 50 percent discount for new subscribers.
For those who prefer cable TV, Fargo season five will air on FX, with the first two episodes premiering today at 10 p.m. ET/PT. Viewers can also access the show through FXNOW.FXNetworks.com using their cable TV account login information.
Fans who reside outside of the United States can still catch Fargo season five by using a virtual private network (VPN), such as ExpressVPN, to access U.S.-based web servers. ExpressVPN is offering a special Black Friday deal, providing three months of free service with the purchase of a 12-month subscription at $6.67 per month.
In addition to the new season, both the original Fargo film and past seasons of the TV series are currently available for streaming on Hulu, providing fans with the opportunity to revisit the beloved franchise while awaiting the release of season five.
With an all-new cast and an intriguing storyline, Fargo season five promises to deliver the same level of entertainment and suspense that fans have come to expect. Tune in to FX today for the highly-anticipated premiere, or stream it tomorrow on Hulu to join in the excitement of this compelling crime anthology series.