Actor and comedian Chris Rock will join Season 4 of FX’s crime drama anthology series Fargo as the head of a 1950s crime syndicate.
Mark your calendars for the return of "Fargo" and "American Horror Story," and the debut of "The Bastard Executioner."
FX's hit show heads back to the late-'70s for its second season of murder, mayhem and questionable fashion choices.
The actor, best known for for playing Saul Tigh on the sci-fi drama, has been cast as a crime boss who's unable to speak or care for himself following a recent stroke.
FX CEO John Langraf revealed that Reagan will be portrayed by an actor and have interactions with the Fargo cast.
In the television categories, The Affair, Transparent and Fargo led the pack with two trophies each.
The second season of FX's acclaimed crime drama will also feature Nick Offerman, Brad Garrett, Kieran Culkin, Jeffrey Donovan, Kirsten Dunst and Jesse Plemons.
The actors will play the Blomquists in the second season of FX's acclaimed Coen brothers-inspired drama.
The dark comedies lead a list that also includes a nod for Game of Thrones and Disney's Big Hero 6.
The second season of the FX anthology series will focus on a case in Sioux Falls set in 1979.
The 66th annual Primetime Emmy Awards bid farewell to Breaking Bad with statuettes for stars Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul and Anna Gunn, and for Outstanding Drama and Outstanding Writing.