American Horror Story
Big news, PaleyFest fans! You won't have to wait until after the event is over to watch the panels on Hulu after all. Instead, you will be able to watch all 13 events, live, as they happen, on Livestream. And if you're on the go, you can watch them from the PaleyFest app.
In the spring of each year the Paley Center for Media puts on PaleyFest, a nearly two-week long celebration of the best and brightest TV shows currently on the air, and while the 2012 edition is light on horror, we do have some good news for fans of "The Vampire Diaries".
We know four things about the second season of "American Horror Story": Jessica Lange will be back in some capacity, it will take place in a "horror institution" on the East Coast, it'll be back on the air in October, and finally... we want to know more right now!
It may just be an "appearance" or it may be an actual recurring role, we can't be sure, but at least word has come from Ryan Murphy himself that yes, Jessica Lange will be returning to "American Horror Story" for Season Two. He also shared a few more details on what to expect next season.
It should be no surprise to anyone that Jessica Lange took home the "Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series" SAG Award last night for her exceptional performance as Constance in FX's "American Horror Story". Here's hoping she'll be back next season!
Some people tuned in to "American Horror Story" for its weirdness. Some for its violence. But us? We tuned in to see just what the hell star Jessica Lange would be doing or saying next! Fresh off of her win for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television at last night's Golden Globes, Lange recently spoke about her possible return to the series for Season 2.
Nearly three and a half of the dullest hours of my entire award-watching life just transpired as the 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards is history. Sadly, our genre only took home two awards this year, but they were well deserved!
In probably one of the most ballsy moves in television history, the "Glee" team of Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk killed off almost the entire cast of its "American Horror Story", leaving fans wondering what's on tap for Season 2. Recently during the Television Critics Association event FX president and general manager John Landgraf offered some insight.
Now that a few days have passed since the finale of "American Horror Story" Season 1, FX has released a couple of new videos that look back at the season as a whole and specifically Episode 1.12, the stunning "Afterbirth" that wrapped things up until the show's return next year in an all new location.
We couldn't have been happier with the turn of events in last night's season finale of "American Horror Story" on FX, but instead of rehashing what happened and spoiling it for anyone who may have DVR'd it and hasn't watched yet, we'll just share these four new behind-the-scenes videos provided by the network.
We're just a few days away from the season finale of "American Horror Story" on FX, and while we wonder what the heck series creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk have planned for us, here are a few slightly spoilerish stills from Episode 1.12, "Afterbirth". Is it just us, or has the Rubber Man put on a few pounds?
Well, that was certainly an interesting twist in last night's episode of "American Horror Story", right? Without saying too much in case some of our readers haven't watched "Birth" yet, here's a preview of the season finale, entitled "Afterbirth", which we have to say we are simply chomping at the bit to see. Next Wednesday cannot get here soon enough!
There's not a lot of horror included in this year's Golden Globe Awards nominees, but what is there should make genre fans happy, even if TV shows like "The Walking Dead", "True Blood", and "Dexter" have been overlooked for some new blood.
The now famous Los Angeles home seen on FX's haunting hit series "American Horror Story" is up for sale, and if you have a cool $10 million lying around, it could be yours!
Nominees were announced today, December 14th, for the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, and despite a few oversights that we're pretty surprised by (for instance, where the hell is Claire Danes from "Homeland"?), we were pretty pleased to see a few horror entries, especially in the television categories. Read on for the 411 regarding the genre-related nominees.