By Jonathon Dornbush
Updated December 19, 2014 at 12:00 PM EST
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Hulu announced its plans to exclusively stream most of FX and FXX’s successful new shows from 2014 on Dec. 18, but one show was conspicuously absent—Fargo.

Though thanks to a new deal, you betcha the critically acclaimed show is coming to the streaming service next year.

Hulu revealed on Friday that in a deal with MGM, Fargo will exclusively appear on Hulu for Plus subscribers ahead of the season-two premiere of the FX show, which, according to Hulu, is vaguely set for fall 2015.

The show comes as part of an overall deal with MGM that will also bring a number of other shows like Vikings, Stargate, Dead Like Me, and dozens of other shows and movies.

Hulu’s previous deal for FX content will bring the first seasons of shows like You’re the Worst, Tyrant, and several others to the streaming service before future seasons air.

Learn more about Fargo‘s upcoming second season and find out where the first season landed on EW‘s list of Best TV Shows of 2014.

Correction: The article did not originally state that Fargo will be for Hulu Plus subscribers only. It has been updated accordingly.

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