SoHo All Go With Fargo & Co

Spring heralds a programming renaissance on SoHo, with new seasons of Fargo, Homeland, The Affair, The Knick, American Horror Story and The Leftovers.

Arguably the most anticipated comeback is season two of Fargo, which will screen 8.30 Tuesdays from October 13.

It’s a prequel to the original, about another so-called “true crime”, this time in 1979 South Dakota, which Deputy Molly’s father, Lou Solverson, investigates as a young state trooper just back from his tour of duty in Vietnam.

The cast includes Patrick Wilson, Kirsten Dunst, Ted Danson, Jean Smart, Jeffrey Donovan and Brad Garrett.

Season five of Homeland (8.30 Mondays from October 5) opens with Carrie in self-imposed exile in Berlin working for a private security firm when she’s drawn into the turmoil in Syria.

Season two of The Affair (8.30 Sundays from October 11) will be told from not two but four perspectives while The Leftovers (9.30 Mondays from October 5) has the survivors of “the Departure,” in which 140 million people suddenly vanished from the world, dealing with another mass exodus.

Season two of The Knick (8.30 Thursdays from October 22) opens with the 1900s New York City hospital facing another upheaval ahead of American Horror Story checking in with its fifth instalment, Hotel (9.30 Thursdays from October 8).

New to AHS this season are, in her first major dramatic TV role, Lady Gaga, The Hunger Games’ Wes Bentley, White Collar’s Matt Bomer, Empire’s Naomi Campbell and Big Love’s Chloe Sevigny.

Next month SoHo will also premiere the Wes Ferrell comedy special, Ferrell Takes the Field (October 15), in which he plays nine positions in 10 Major League baseball teams over the course of a single day.

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One Response to “SoHo All Go With Fargo & Co”

  1. Good news. Will definitely be watching Fargo, American Horror Story and Homeland.

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