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Noah Hawley on "Fargo," Fandom, and Keeping Viewers Guessing

Fargo showrunner Noah Hawley joins Gazelle and Matt for an in-depth look at his creative process. Hawley talks about the value of keeping viewers on their toes, and the joys of working in an era when creativity in TV writing is at an all-time high - particularly at FX, Fargo's home network.

SPOILERS: This episode contains spoilers for Seasons 1 and 2 of Fargo, from the beginning through the 18:52 mark.

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