Matt Miller: "The next thing I had to figure out how you would actually take the franchise and turn it into a TV series that people would want to watch week in and week out. For me, the core of the show, and this is why it's really appealing, is not necessarily the police procedural element, but because I always saw the movies, and the TV show now, as a character piece. We still solve crimes and do all of that stuff, but at the core of the show is the great bromance of our time. It's about these two broken guys. They kind of need each other to become whole. The most important element to me is capturing that tone. It's not that you're replicating the movies exactly. Fargo is a great example of a film where they took the TV show and they said, 'Okay, we're not going to copy that plot, but we're going to capture the tone of what it felt like.'"