Check out 11 mini-trailers for Billy Bob Thornton's new FX show 'Fargo' | Rock Candy

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Check out 11 mini-trailers for Billy Bob Thornton's new FX show 'Fargo'

Posted By on Tue, Mar 11, 2014 at 3:37 PM


The FX cable network has spent the last few weeks dropping mini-trailers for their new TV adaptation of the classic 1996 Coen Bros. crime dramedy "Fargo" on Youtube. The Arkansas connection: the show stars everybody's favorite antique-furniture-hating redneck made good, Billy Bob Thornton. Thornton plays the show's villain, a dangerous man named Lorne Malvo. The 10-episode capsule series, which is executive produced by Joel and Ethan Coen, premieres April 15 on FX. 

Above is one of the mini-trailers which features Thornton's character in all his weird, bloody-steak-eating, bangs-having glory. You can watch the other 10 teaser trailers here. 

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