On Monday FX announced that "Fargo" will be returning to our screens for a second season in the fall with a shiny new cast.
Where does that leave stars Billy Bob Thornton and Allison Tolman?
Leaving the role that earned her a Critics Choice Award and an Emmy nomination is "stressful," Tolman told E!
"It's hard to figure out what the next right role is," Tolman added. "When you've done one that is so fully formed and so well-received, you have to be really careful to do it justice, to do the right next thing."
The 32-year-old actress, little known before "Fargo," already has her sights on other opportunities, which will undoubtedly be numerous considering "Fargo's" success. The show snagged 18 Emmy nominations in its first season.
"I don't know what my next dream role gig is," Tolman dished. "But I have so many shows that I'm like, ‘Oh my god, can I guest star on 'New Girl'?! Like, that would be amazing! Can I please guest star and be a zombie on 'The Walking Dead'?"
As for veteran actor Thornton, he is hopeful that "the dry spell is not as long this time around," and said he would like to join old friend and "Fargo" film star Steve Buscemi on HBO's popular "Boardwalk Empire." Thornton told E! it's an "excellent show" and he has worked with Buscemi before.