Given his full dance label during a network, it comes as no warn that Noah Hawley is staying with FX. The distinguished Fargo creator, enjoying 3 Golden Globe nominations on Thursday, has reupped his altogether understanding during FX Productions — where he’s bustling operative on no fewer than 3 TV projects.
The three-year understanding follows his initial agreement with a John Landgraf-led operation back in 2014. And comes as a inclusive 48-year-old commits to a third installment of critically acclaimed Fargo, while building a singular array formed on Kurt Vonnegut’s Cat’s Cradle and scheming to furnish and write a commander formed on Marvel skill Legion. Joining that growth line-up are dual new projects: Hellhound on His Trail and The Hot Rock.
“In a remarkably brief time, Noah has proven himself to be one of a best writers and showrunners in radio with a stunning, back-to-back success of a Fargo franchise,” pronounced Landgraf. “He loves to plea himself creatively and has a present for creation formidable stories enchanting and entertaining. We are vehement to continue to work closely with Noah and offer all a support he needs to entirely comprehend his prophesy for these new projects.”
Fargo has been a outrageous success for FX. Before Thursday’s Globes announcement, a initial deteriorate pulled in a whopping nabbed 18 nominations and 3 wins. That enclosed a delight for superb miniseries.
As for a new projects, both of that see Hawley portion as EP, he will not be writing. Hellhound on His Trail, formed on a book by Hampton Sides, is being blending by Alex Woo. John Cameron, Bluegrass Films’ Scott Stuber and Dylan Clark will also serves as executive producers. It’s formed on a 65-day hunt for Martin Luther King Jr. murderer James Earl Ray.
The Hot Rock, formed on a 1972 hop film and book of a same name, is being created by Matt Wolpert and Ben Nedivi. Hawley, Cameron and Barry Josephson join them as EPs.
Hawley is repped by CAA and McKuin Frankel Whitehead.