As if the American Horror Story name didn’t prove topical enough during the 2016 election, Season 7 may make the connection literal. Creator Ryan Murphy claims that next season will follow “the election that we just went through,” but how specifically might he mean?
Now that we’ve largely washed away the stench of American Horror Story: Hotel, talk naturally turns to the sixth chapter of Ryan Murphy’s FX frightfest, still largely under wraps. We know of at least one returning cast member, while a new report suggests that Season 6 might actually feature urban legend meme “Slender Man.”
FX and Ryan Murphy‘s American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson has yet to display a single frame of footage, but if the actual series ends up half as much fun as its cast, consider us on board. Selma Blair and Into the Woods alum Billy Magnussen are the latest among the ensemble, taking the iconic roles of Kris Jenner and Kato Kaelin.
By now we're admittedly used to the prospect of blockbuster cable TV series spawning "companion" spinoffs, but FX's newest 'American Horror Story' riff is by far the most perplexing yet. The network has officially placed an order for Ryan Murphy's 'American Crime Story' series, its first season subtitled 'The People v. O.J. Simpson,' and we assure you, this is not a joke.
Apart from new settings, casts of characters and faces both old and new, there's one thing 'American Horror Story' fans look forward to every year: the spooky redesigned opening credits! Now, fans can get an early look at the FX horror-drama's especially shadowy and gruesome 'American Horror Story: Coven' credits, sifting through each new image for a clue to new season!
At long last, it's here! It's a little blurry, but it's here! FX's 'American Horror Story: Coven' has finally done away with its cryptic teasers and posters to offer up a proper trailer, with real footage and everything. We've got our first looks at Lily Rabe, Taissa Farmiga's role among the witches, and even a surprise for star Angela Bassett. Don't burn with the witches, fight back and check out
'Glee' and 'American Horror Story' creator Ryan Murphy already had our attention with the announcement of upcoming HBO sexuality drama 'Open,' let alone after stars like Scott Speedman, Wes Bentley and 'Fringe''s Anna Torv joined the ranks. Now, 'Mission Impossible' franchise star Michelle Monaghan has joined the 'Open' cast to explore her sexuality with Anna Torv, and that's just fine by us.
Ryan Murphy is about to tell a new American Horror Story: the producer has officially signed on to help bring a remake of the 1976 B-movie 'The Town That Dreaded Sundown' to the big screen. Murphy will produce with new horror impresario Jason Blum ('Paranormal Activity', 'Sinister'), while one of his 'American Horror Story' directors, Alfonso Gomez-Rejon, will helm.
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