If the first episode is any indication, season two of FX’s Fargo is going to be an almost pitch-perfect sophomore effort.
Louie is a difficult show to advertise because it is the only example of art-television at the moment.
“Fargo” creates its own world of crime and moral conundrums while delivering a fair share of blood. Whether the TV series delivers on its promise to be in the same aesthetic world as the original movie is an open question.
American Horror Story: Asylum didn’t skimp on the scary; there’s enough disturbing images per episode to satisfy the most discriminating taste in horror.