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Why the Fargo is the Perfect Example of Character Development

We should all learn from their show writers.

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After I binged the first 3 seasons of Fargo last week, I found myself in awe of the incredible storytelling and character development. Throughout the seasons, many of the characters showed complexity and growth that made the show compelling.

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