Cassandra Jade is returning to the TV world, as the showrunner for the Netflix binge-viewing network’s hit series Fargo.
Jade, who recently starred in the FX anthology series A&E’s new anthology series, Fargo, will play Jody, a college sophomore whose family has just moved from Mississippi to the small town of Fargo.
Fargo stars Noah Hawley as Fargo’s lead character, Jody and Ewan McGregor as the titular antagonist.
“Fargo is a story about people who have to deal with everything that’s going on around them,” Fargo creator Noah Hawkes told Deadline at the Television Critics Association press tour earlier this year.
“And it’s about the importance of keeping things as human as possible and not thinking about the consequences of what you’re doing.
“It’s such an important part of our lives, and it’s been such a huge part of my life for so long, so I’m so excited to be able to give it to you again.” “
The show is so important to me and to our audience and to my family,” he continued.
“It’s such an important part of our lives, and it’s been such a huge part of my life for so long, so I’m so excited to be able to give it to you again.”
Fargo will debut on Sept. 8, 2019.
It has also been renewed for a fourth season.
Jades latest film, Insecure, premiered in March.
She is repped by UTA, WME, and attorney Robert O. Martin.