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Season 3
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No. of episodes10
Original networkFX
Original releaseApril 19 (2017-04-19) –
June 21, 2017 (2017-06-21)
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The third season of Fargo, an American anthology dark comedycrime drama television series created by Noah Hawley, premiered on April 19, 2017, on the basic cable network FX.[1][2] The season had ten episodes, and its initial airing concluded on June 21, 2017. As an anthology, each Fargo season possesses its own self-contained narrative, following a set of characters in various settings in a connected shared universe.[3]

The third season is set primarily between 2010 and 2011,[4] in three Minnesota towns: St. Cloud, Eden Valley, and Eden Prairie, and is the first season not to feature the titular Fargo, North Dakota. It follows the lives of a couple, Ray Stussy (Ewan McGregor) and Nikki Swango (Mary Elizabeth Winstead), who, after unsuccessfully trying to rob Ray's wealthy older brother Emmit (also played by McGregor), become involved in a double murder case. One of the victims is an old man with a mysterious past whose stepdaughter, Gloria Burgle (Carrie Coon), is a policewoman. Meanwhile, Emmit tries to cut his ties with a shady organization he borrowed money from a year before, but the company, represented by V. M. Varga (David Thewlis) has other plans.[5][6]

Michael Stuhlbarg, Hamish Linklater, Olivia Sandoval, Shea Whigham, Mark Forward, Mary McDonnell, and Scoot McNairy make recurring appearances. Sylvester Groth, Ray Wise, Fred Melamed, Francesca Eastwood, Frances Fisher, DJ Qualls, and Rob McElhenney guest star.



  • Ewan McGregor as brothers Emmit and Raymond "Ray" Stussy. Emmit is a wealthy, happily married man and the self-proclaimed "Parking Lot King of Minnesota". Younger brother Ray is a financially struggling parole officer who feels betrayed by Emmit over the way their father's inheritance was divided between them, when Ray got his father's Corvette and Emmit got a valuable stamp collection. McGregor also voiced the Captain, the android MNSKY's scientist companion.[7]
  • Carrie Coon as Gloria Burgle, a dedicated police officer and police chief of Eden Valley until the department is absorbed by the county. She is trying to solve the murder of her stepfather, Ennis Stussy.
  • Mary Elizabeth Winstead as Nikki Swango, a crafty and alluring young woman with a passion for competitive bridge. She is a recent parolee and Ray's fiancée.
  • Goran Bogdan as Yuri Gurka, a Ukrainian man working for V. M. Varga.
  • David Thewlis as V. M. Varga, an unscrupulous British businessman with whom Emmit unwillingly finds himself in a partnership.


  • Michael Stuhlbarg as Sy Feltz, Emmit's loyal and dedicated business partner/attorney.
  • Shea Whigham as Sheriff Moe Dammik, the no-nonsense Meeker County Sheriff who becomes Gloria's boss when the Eden Valley police are absorbed by the county.
  • Scoot McNairy as Maurice LeFay, a drug addict and another parolee of Ray's.
  • Andy Yu as Meemo, one of Varga's henchmen.
  • Mark Forward as Donny Mashman, Gloria's partner.
  • Graham Verchere as Nathan Burgle, Gloria's son.
  • Olivia Sandoval as Winnie Lopez, a St. Cloud police officer who befriends Gloria.
  • Russell Harvard as Mr. Wrench, a deaf assassin who helps Nikki. Harvard reprises the role from Season 1.
  • Mary McDonnell as Ruby Goldfarb, a wealthy widow who attempts to buy out Stussy Lots.
  • Hamish Linklater as Larue Dollard, an IRS agent investigating Stussy Lots.
  • Scott Hylands as Ennis Stussy, Gloria's ex-stepfather, who LeFay confuses with Emmit, despite being unrelated.
  • Linda Kash as Stella Stussy, Emmit's wife.
  • Caitlynne Medrek as Grace Stussy, Emmit's daughter.

Guest stars[edit]

Billy Bob Thornton, who appeared as Lorne Malvo in season one, narrates Peter and the Wolf in the fourth episode, "The Narrow Escape Problem".


No. in
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air dateProd.
U.S. viewers
211"The Law of Vacant Places"Noah HawleyNoah HawleyApril 19, 2017 (2017-04-19)XFO030011.42[8]
In East Berlin, 1988, a man is falsely accused of the murder of Helga Albrecht, committed by "Yuri Gurka", because he lives at the same address as Yuri did previously. Now December of 2010 in St. Cloud, Minnesota, parking lot realtor Emmit Stussy denies his estranged parole officer brother Ray's request for a loan so he can buy something for his parolee and girlfriend Nikki Swango. Ray blackmails parolee Maurice LeFay into stealing the last remaining stamp from their deceased father's valuable collection. LeFay loses Emmit's address and goes to the wrong address, where he kills its inhabitant, the elderly Ennis Stussy. Ennis's stepdaughter and Eden Valley chief of police Gloria Burgle finds his body, as well as a box hidden under his floorboards. Emmit and his confidant Sy Feltz are visited by V.M. Varga, a representative of the company they took a loan from, who announces his plan to instead partner with Stussy Lots. LeFay goes to Nikki's apartment and explains his mistake to Ray, trying to blackmail them for payment when Ray attacks him. As he leaves, Nikki has Ray help her drop an air conditioner on LeFay's head, killing him.
222"The Principle of Restricted Choice"Michael UppendahlNoah HawleyApril 26, 2017 (2017-04-26)XFO030021.06[9]
Gloria finds evidence in the box that Ennis wrote science fiction novels under the name "Thaddeus Mobley". After meeting and immediately clashing with incoming police chief Moe Dammik, she visits a gas station LeFay got Ennis's contact information from, deducing that he was looking for something specifically due to him tearing Ennis's page of the phone book out. At Nikki's suggestion, Ray visits Emmit to try and resolve their feud, but it is a ploy for Nikki to break into his house while he is distracted and take the stamp, though she is unable to find it and vandalizes his office. Sy warns Ray never to contact Emmit again, intentionally hitting his car while he leaves but accidentally clipping another. Emmit asks his lawyer to look into Varga as he begins setting up on Emmit's properties, but when he searches the Internet for Varga's name, his henchmen Yuri and Meemo track him down and kill him, staging it as a suicide.
233"The Law of Non-Contradiction"John CameronMatt Wolpert & Ben NediviMay 3, 2017 (2017-05-03)XFO030031.17[10]
In Los Angeles, 1975, Mobley is approached by a film producer who wants to adapt his novel The Planet Wyh. After Mobley discovers that the producer and an actress supposed to be in the film are tricking him, he nearly kills the producer and takes up the name "Ennis Stussy" after seeing the name on the toilet in his motel room before fleeing the state. In the present, Gloria goes to Los Angeles to collect information on Mobley, unknowingly staying in the same room as he. She approaches both the crippled producer and the actress for information, but they both deny knowing him. She encounters Paul Marrane, a strange but friendly man she met on the plane ride over, who tells her a parable that invokes the theory of Schrödinger's cat. The actress contacts Gloria and admits the truth about what happened, and before she leaves, she too notices the "Stussy" toilet. Back in Minnesota, her partner informs her that LeFay's fingerprints were found in Ennis's house and that the former died, seemingly by accident, the same night. Throughout the episode, animated segments depict the plot of The Planet Wyh: A robot named MNSKY wanders a planet for millions of years after his masters die in a crash, eventually being found by an alien race that thanks him for his service (gathering information during his wandering) before switching him off.
244"The Narrow Escape Problem"Michael UppendahlMonica BeletskyMay 10, 2017 (2017-05-10)XFO030041.05[11]
Ray disguises himself as Emmit and gains access to his safe deposit box but does not find the stamp, though he withdraws money from Emmit's account regardless. Varga invites himself over to Emmit's house for dinner, charms his family, and frightens him into making him a partner in Stussy Lots with ideas of a working class revolution. Gloria finds Ray's contact information in LeFay's wallet and visits him at his office, bumping into St. Cloud officer Winnie Lopez, who is investigating the car Sy accidentally hit. Ray blames LeFay's behavior on his history of drug abuse, being fired shortly after Gloria leaves due to Sy tipping his boss off to his illegal relationship with Nikki. Yuri and Meemo witness Lopez asking Sy about the accident. Having noticed the name of Sy's company, she does research on Emmit and informs Gloria that he and Ray are brothers, and that Emmit lives in a town with a name similar to the one Ennis lived in.
255"The House of Special Purpose"Dearbhla WalshBob DeLaurentisMay 17, 2017 (2017-05-17)XFO030050.98[12]
Ray again disguises himself as Emmit and makes a sex tape with Nikki to blackmail him with, but his wife finds it first and leaves him. Sy is forced to drink Varga's urine out of his own mug as punishment for talking to the police. Now terrified, he tries to set up an escape plan to sell the company to businesswoman Ruby Goldfarb, but is interrupted by Emmit asking him to take care of Ray. Varga plants the idea in Emmit's head that Sy and Ray may be working together. Nikki accepts Ray's marriage proposal and takes a call from Sy, who agrees to pay them if they leave Emmit alone. Gloria and Lopez detain Ray for questioning, but Dammik, chalking up their evidence to coincidence, releases him and orders her to drop the investigation. Nikki and Sy's meeting is interrupted by Yuri and Meemo, who brutalize Nikki when she mouths off to them.
266"The Lord of No Mercy"Dearbhla WalshNoah HawleyMay 24, 2017 (2017-05-24)XFO030061.04[13]
IRS agent Larue Dollard tries to audit Stussy Lots due to the withdrawal Ray made, but Meemo wards him off. Gloria tries to interview Emmit but Varga intervenes, and she is put off by his strange demeanor. When Gloria visits Ray's apartment, he and Nikki flee to a hotel, though Ray forgets their stolen money, unaware that Varga has ordered them killed. Ray returns to his apartment to find Emmit waiting, wanting to end their feud by giving him the stamp, but it devolves into an argument that ends when the stamp's glass frame is shoved into Ray's face and neck, breaking and puncturing his throat and killing him. Horrified, Emmit calls Varga for help, unknowingly saving Nikki's life due to Varga calling Meemo off before he can kill her. Varga stages the scene to make it seem as though Nikki killed Ray because he was abusing her. Gloria instinctively decides to visit Ray again.
277"The Law of Inevitability"Mike BarkerNoah Hawley & Matt Wolpert & Ben NediviMay 31, 2017 (2017-05-31)XFO030071.03[14]
Nikki is arrested after Gloria and Lopez find Ray's body. Varga has Yuri steal Emmit's case file, while Emmit voices his newfound distrust of Sy and returns home to find Varga waiting for him. He admits that he feels "free." Dammik is convinced that Nikki killed Ray, but she refuses to speak until she gets a lawyer. Varga's disguised man Golem attempts to kill Nikki but is stopped by Gloria, though he escapes. Dammik allows her to talk to Nikki, who only tells her to "follow the money" before being escorted to a bus bound for prison for violating her parole, where she is seated next to Mr. Wrench. Yuri, Meemo and Golem flip the bus, killing almost everyone inside, and begin cutting through its bars to get to Nikki.
288"Who Rules the Land of Denial?"Mike BarkerNoah Hawley & Monica BeletskyJune 7, 2017 (2017-06-07)XFO030081.14[15]
Wrench wakes up and helps Nikki escape the bus and the pair head into the woods, chained together at the wrists. Yuri and Golem hunt them, but the two decapitate the latter and Wrench cuts the former's ear off with an ax. They discover a bowling alley and are greeted by Marrane inside, who discusses the Jewish belief of gilgul with Nikki before showing her a kitten that he claims is Ray. As they leave in a car Marrane provides them with, a profusely bleeding Yuri arrives in the alley, and Marrane shows him a vision of Albrecht and the thousands of Jews his Cossack ancestors killed. The next day, Varga puts Sy in a coma with poison. Three months later, Stussy Lots has expanded greatly, while Gloria is now a deputy and she and Lopez are still investigating Emmit. As Emmit is plagued with reminders of Ray, Varga begins drugging him to keep him calm. Wracked with guilt, he goes to the police station and asks to confess.
299"Aporia"Keith GordonNoah Hawley & Bob DeLaurentisJune 14, 2017 (2017-06-14)XFO030091.19[16]
Varga orders Meemo to kill two men, both surnamed Stussy, in manners identical to Ennis and Ray. Emmit explains to Gloria that the feud with Ray stemmed from him convincing him to take their father's car after he died, leaving him to take the stamps and sell them, using the money to create Stussy Lots. Despite explaining that Ray's death was an accident, he believes he deserves punishment for leaving Ray stuck in a miserable life. Dammik arrests a man who poses as Meemo and takes credit for all four deaths, giving him a cover story about his hatred of men with the name Stussy, which invalidates Emmit's testimony and forces Gloria to set him free. Gloria admits to Lopez her fear that she actually does not exist, and Lopez comforts her. When Gloria uses the bathroom, she finds that the automatic sink works for her, which previously did not. Nikki and Wrench steal Varga's banking information and she gets him to meet with her face-to-face so she can promise that she will destroy him for Ray's death. Dollard receives a package from Nikki with Varga and Stussy Lot's financial information.
3010"Somebody to Love"Keith GordonNoah HawleyJune 21, 2017 (2017-06-21)XFO030101.22[17]
Before Gloria can resign, Dollard calls her after finding her number in the file and explains that Varga's infiltration of Stussy Lots is actually a tax fraud scheme. As Varga forces Emmit to sign Stussy Lots over, he gets a call from Nikki setting a meeting spot for him to pay her for his records back, unaware that she has already sent them to Dollard. Emmit grabs Meemo's gun and holds it on Varga, but he easily dispatches him and leaves him on the floor with the stamp stuck to his forehead. Wrench ambushes and massacres Varga's men at the drop point, while Nikki tries to corner Varga, but he escapes up an elevator shaft. Emmit goes to Stussy Lots when he wakes up but finds that it has been sold to Goldfarb, who was working with Varga. His car breaks down and Nikki confronts him, but they are noticed by a police officer before she can kill him. She and the officer shoot and kill each other, and Emmit flees to his wife's house, reconciling her. Gloria admits to her son that she cannot explain why Ennis died, but unanswered questions are the nature of the world and people who love each other need to stick together. Five years later, Sy has woken up from his coma paralyzed, while Emmit has pled guilty to tax fraud and is given probation, having possibly kept Varga's money. As he goes to get dessert, Wrench kills him in his kitchen. Gloria, now with the Department of Homeland Security, is called to interview Varga as he caught flying in from Belgium. Varga insists to her that human beings have no value beyond making money and that the past can be altered, neither of which Gloria believes. She promises him that he will go to jail, while he is confident that he will be let go. They then sit in silence.



Ewan McGregor was cast in the lead dual role as Emmit and Ray Stussy,[5] and Carrie Coon plays the lead female role, Gloria Burgle.[6] In September 2016, Mary Elizabeth Winstead was cast in a major role as Nikki Swango and Scoot McNairy in a recurring role.[18][19] In November 2016, it was announced that Jim Gaffigan had joined the main cast in the role of Donny Mashman, Gloria Burgle's partner.[20] However, it was later announced that Gaffigan would not appear in the season due to scheduling conflicts.[21] Mark Forward was later cast to replace him as Mashman, and Mashman's role in the story was reduced. In December 2016, several new actors joined the cast, including David Thewlis, Michael Stuhlbarg, Shea Whigham, Fred Melamed and Thomas Mann.[22][23]


Filming began in early 2017 in Calgary, Alberta, where the previous two seasons were also filmed.[24]

Regarding filming with Ewan McGregor while he is portraying dual roles, co-star Mary Elizabeth Winstead said, "For some takes, I was standing with Ewan's double and for some takes, I was standing with Ewan." She added, "Watching how the doubles interact with him and have to learn his way of walking and his posture and his way of standing was interesting. They make it feel very natural and grounded and real. They're reading the lines and the scenes are existing as they would regularly, just swapping out the people. Which is somewhat strange, but it still doesn't feel like you're doing a trick of any sort."[25]

Visual style[edit]

As with the previous two seasons, the third season had its own distinct visual style, achieved through color grading by removing the blue channel. Noah Hawley described the technique, saying "So you take the blue channel on the digital image and you just dial it out. And what you end up with is a very distinctive look in which colors like red and orange and yellow; they just really pop in a different way. Usually in cold weather you add blue, because blue denotes cold. So it was interesting to take the blue out and see what it did to the image. And once we did that it became clear that it doesn't look at all like any of the other years, which I really liked."[26]



The third season has received acclaim from critics. On Metacritic, it has a score of 89 out of 100 based on 32 reviews.[27] On Rotten Tomatoes, it has a 93% rating with an average score of 8.5 out of 10 based on 225 reviews. The site's critical consensus reads: "Thanks in part to a memorable dual performance from Ewan McGregor, Fargo mostly maintains the sly wit and off-kilter sensibility it displayed in its first two seasons."[28]


In addition to the six Emmy nominations listed below, the series earned an additional ten nominations in various technical and creative categories.[29]

Ceremony Category Nominee(s) Result Ref.
33rd TCA Awards Outstanding Achievement in Movies, Miniseries, and Specials Fargo Nominated [30]
Individual Achievement in Drama Carrie Coon (for Fargo and The Leftovers) Won
69th Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Limited Series Fargo Nominated [29]
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Limited Series or Movie Ewan McGregor Nominated
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie Carrie Coon Nominated
Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie David Thewlis (Episode: "The Narrow Escape Problem") Nominated
Outstanding Directing for a Limited Series, Movie, or Dramatic Special Noah Hawley for "The Law of Vacant Places" Nominated
Outstanding Writing for a Limited Series, Movie, or Dramatic Special Noah Hawley for "The Law of Vacant Places" Nominated
69th Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards Outstanding Casting for a Limited Series, Movie, or Special Rachel Tenner, Jackie Lind, and Stephanie Gorin Nominated [29]
Outstanding Cinematography for a Limited Series or Movie Dana Gonzales ("The Law of Vacant Places") Nominated
Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Limited Series or Movie Regis Kimble ("The Law of Vacant Places") Nominated
Curtis Thurber ("The Narrow Escape Problem") Nominated
Henk van Eeghen ("Aporia") Nominated
Outstanding Makeup for a Limited Series or Movie (Non-Prosthetic) Gail Kennedy, Joanne Preece, Amanda Rye, and Danielle Hanson Nominated
Outstanding Music Composition for a Limited Series, Movie, or Special Jeff Russo ("Aporia") Won
Outstanding Hairstyling for a Limited Series or Movie Chris Glimsdale, Judy Durbacz, Penny Thompson, and Eva Blanchard Nominated
Outstanding Sound Editing for a Limited Series, Movie, or Special Kurt N. Forshager, Joe Bracciale, Martin Gwynn Jones, Brent Pickett, Claire Dobson, Robert Bertola, Alex Bullick, Tyler Whitham, Matt Decker, and John Elliot ("Who Rules the Land of Denial?") Nominated
Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Limited Series or Movie Martin Lee, Kirk Lynds, Michael Playfair and Michael Perftt ("Who Rules the Land of Denial?") Nominated
22nd Satellite Awards Best Actor in a Drama / Genre Series Ewan McGregor Nominated [31]
Best Actor in a Miniseries or TV Film Ewan McGregor Nominated
8th Critics' Choice Television Awards Best Limited Series Fargo Nominated [32]
Best Actor in a Movie/Limited Series Ewan McGregor Won
Best Actress in a Movie/Limited Series Carrie Coon Nominated
Best Supporting Actor in a Movie/Limited Series David Thewlis Nominated
Best Supporting Actress in a Movie/Limited Series Mary Elizabeth Winstead Nominated
75th Golden Globe Awards Best TV Movie or Limited Series Fargo Nominated [33]
Best Actor – Miniseries or Television Film Ewan McGregor Won
Best Supporting Actor – Miniseries or Television Film David Thewlis Nominated
Producers Guild of America Awards 2017 Outstanding Producer of Long-Form Television Fargo Nominated [34]
American Cinema Editors Awards 2018 Best Edited Drama Series for Commercial Television Andrew Seklir ("Who Rules the Land of Denial?") Won [35]
54th Cinema Audio Society Awards Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Television Movie or Mini-Series Michael Playfair, Kirk Lynds, Martin Lee, Michael Perfitt Nominated [36]
5th Location Managers Guild Awards Outstanding Locations in a Contemporary Television Series Robert Hilton Nominated [37]
44th Saturn Awards Best Action-Thriller Television Series Fargo Nominated [38]
Best Actress on Television Mary Elizabeth Winstead Nominated


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