The 2015 Golden Globes has only just begun and already the hit FX series “Fargo” has snagged two trophies at the 72nd annual award ceremony. The Noah Hawley-created crime thriller picked up the award for best miniseries or TV movie, competing against notable films and series like “The Missing,” “The Normal Heart,” “Olive Kitteridge,” and “True Detective.” Billy Bob Thornton took home the title of Best Performance in a Miniseries or TV Film for his portrayal of Lorne Malvo in the dark comedy.
"These days you get in a lot of trouble no matter what you say," Thornton said to the crowd as he accepted the prestigious award. "You could say anything and get in trouble. I know that for a fact. So I'm just going to say thank you."
While Thornton remained tight-lipped at the 2015 Golden Globes, Hawley opted for a chattier speech while receiving the coveted award. As the “Fargo” showrunner accepted the trophy for Best Miniseries, he teased a Season 2 detail about the upcoming installment, which is set to make its debut fall 2015.
“We’re now going back to the frozen tundra and we’re going to do it again,” he promised “Fargo” fans.
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