Calgary's climate has been given the cold shoulder by Fargo actor Colin Hanks.
The Emmy-nominated star who played police officer Gus Grimly said spending last winter shooting the FX miniseries was mentally challenging.
It could be “pretty tiring, pretty exhausting, pretty demoralizing, at times," Hanks told the Hollywood reporter.
"You find ways to get through it."
He wasn't the only one dissing the city's climate, with Breaking Bad star Bob Odenkirk telling reporters on set last March that it's difficult to fathom why people inhabit Calgary.
"It is a shock -- you're reminded people choose to live in these places. How come everyone in the world doesn't live in L.A.?" said Odenkirk, who played police chief Bill Oswalt in Fargo.
But some of Hanks' colleagues, like Keith Carradine, said the cold was indispensable in ensuring an authentic stand-in for a Minnesota winter.
"The climate is obviously key...this winter's been a cold one and it's worked really well for the production," Carradine said last March as the season's filming neared its end.
While some of the actors have grumbled about one of Calgary's coldest winters in decades, they've praised other aspects of the city, including its restaurants and nearby wilderness.
Fargo has garnered 18 Emmy nominations and is scheduled to film season two in Calgary, though with many different cast members.