The “Fargo” cast has announced they are leaving the network.
The cast announced Tuesday that they are exiting the series, citing the series’ lack of growth.
“We feel like we’re at a crossroads,” said FX Networks president John Landgraf.
“It feels like we’ve made a big mistake, but I think that we can make something out of it.”
“Fringe” was a huge hit for FX Networks, and was a critical success for the network, earning a 9.2 rating in adults 18-49, up 19% from last season.
The show also had a big, strong freshman season, racking up 1.3 million viewers and a 4.1 rating among adults 18 and over.
FX Networks has also made a huge investment in the “Futurama” animated series, and announced that it has acquired the entire rights to the “Parks and Recreation” animated sitcom, as well as the property “Parenthood.”
FX Networks also recently announced it will launch a new series called “Catch Me If You Can,” which is based on the “S.H.I.E.L.D.” universe, which has a lot of similarities to the FX series “Battlestar Galactica.”
“Catching Me If We Can” is set to premiere in 2019.
“Funny People” and “Fridays with Seth Meyers” are also returning to the network this season.