Noah Hawley

author and producer

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American author and producer, and creator of FX series Fargo

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Among those just nominated for Emmy this year is our guest today, writer-producer Noah Hawley, creator of the FX limited series  Fargo .

Noah Hawley, ‘Fargo’

Among those just nominated for Emmy this year is our guest today, writer-producer Noah Hawley, creator of the FX limited series Fargo .

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How does Noah Hawley get so much writing done? He tells us he's discovered a “rift in the space-time continuum.”

Writer-Producer Noah Hawley on 'Fargo' and 'Legion'

How does Noah Hawley get so much writing done? He tells us he's discovered a “rift in the space-time continuum.”

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