Second season will feature a new cast and take the action back to 1979
Popular Parks And Recreation star Nick Offerman has reportedly been offered a role in the second season of the Fargo TV series.
According to TheWrap, the Ron Swanson actor is currently weighing up the offer to appear in Season Two, which will take the action back to 1979 and feature a new cast.
Meanwhile, former Burn Notice star Jeffrey Donovan is said to be close to signing on for the second season, which will also feature up-and-coming actress Rachel Keller.
The first season of Fargo starred Billy Bob Thornton, Martin Freeman, Colin Hanks and Allison Tolman, none of whom will be returning. The show’s creator Noah Hawley has teased that Season Two will revolve around an incident that occurred in 1979 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, which was often mentioned during the first season.
Meanwhile, the seventh and final season of Parks And Recreation is to premiere in January before the show signs off for good the following month. Offerman also has a stand-up comedy special set to debut on Netflix on December 12.