The 'Fargo" Series Hitting What Hollywood is Often Missing

Many movie critics will lament the passing of subversive, challenging, and complicated cinema that was prevalent in the 1970s. I don't think things are as bad as they got in the 1980s and early 1990s, but it is safe to say most mainstream pictures have a formula they like to follow. The cable TV landscape is now where the through-provoking dramas take place, and one of the very best is FX's Fargo. I look at what Hollywood can learn from the series in my latest Collective Publishing pop culture column.