When Does ‘Fargo’ Season 5 Episode 8 Air on FX and Hulu?

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Looking for the next episode of Fargo? Don’t worry, Noah Hawley’s hit anthology series is continuing to release new episodes weekly.

Set in Minnesota, Season 5 follows Dorothy “Dot” Lyon (Juno Temple) as secrets from her past come to haunt her. The season has an all-star cast with Jon HammJoe Keery, and Richa Moorjani in main roles.

The installment began airing November 21, 2023 on FX and Hulu, and managed to nab a spot on Decider’s Best TV Shows of 2023 list with Greta Bjornson dubbing it “one of the best seasons in years.”

Decider’s Sean T. Collins has been providing weekly recaps of each episode in the season, and reflected on the new revelations about Dot’s character from last week.

Collins wrote, “Everything Dot conjures up there is real in the sense that these are things she feels, things she wants, or things she feels she wants. A way to process her pain that involves putting her hands to practical use?”

Wondering how to tune in to Episode 8? Continue reading to find out.

When Does Fargo Season 5 Episode 8 Air on FX?

Fargo Season 5, Episode 8 — titled “Blanket” — airs January 2, 2024 at 10:00 PM PT/ET on FX and streams the next day on Hulu.

What Is Fargo Season 5, Episode 8 About?

The synopsis for this week’s episode of Fargo reads, “Roy’s campaign continues; Indira takes a stand; Witt tries to help.”

Photo: Michelle Faye/FX

When Do New Episodes Of Fargo come out on FX?

New episodes of Fargo premiere every Tuesday at 10:00 PM ET/PT on FX. The season has a total of 10 episodes. The first two episodes premiered on November 21, 2023, meaning the finale is set to air on January 16, 2024.

When Will New Episodes of Fargo Be on Hulu?

New episodes of Fargo begin streaming on Hulu the day after they premiere on FX. Therefore, Episode 8 will be available on the streaming platform on January 3, 2024 at 3:01 AM ET / 12:01 AM PT.

How many episodes are in Season 5 of Fargo?

Fargo Season 5 has a total of 10 episodes. The first two episodes were written and directed by Noah Hawley; however, the rest of the season will feature direction by Donald Murphy and Dana Gonzales, and episodes written by Bob DeLaurentis, Thomas Bezucha, and more.