And the cast continues to flesh out for "Glee" creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk's next TV series for FX, American Horror Story. This time picking up some talent who have spent more than their fair share of living with the dead.
The casting news continues for FX's "American Horror Story" from the creators of the smash hit "Glee", this time throwing some kids into the mix because after all ... what's a horror story without some youngins in trouble?
More casting news coming in for the highly anticipated FX pilot series, "American Horror Story". After climbing Hamburger Hill this should be nothing more than a cake walk for the latest seasoned actor to join the show.
Any lady who can handle the advances of a giant gorilla is okay in our book! New casting news has come in for FX's latest genre show, "American Horror Story", and we have all the details you need right here awaiting your perusal.
And another great actor will be bringing us some good old fashioned televised terror as a "True Blood" veteran has signed up for active duty on FX's latest series foray into the supernatural.
Our main complaint about Season 3 of HBO's "True Blood" was that there were too many extraneous characters. However, no one could accuse Russell Edgington, the Vampire King of Mississippi, of being extraneous in the least. So we've been curious if Denis O'Hare would be reprising the role in Season 4. It seems the answer is a definite maybe.
Season Three of HBO's "True Blood" came to an end this past Sunday night, and while some viewers were a bit underwhelmed by the finale, there's no denying showrunner Alan Ball really amped up the series' sex 'n gore quotient this year, which possibly aided in its 5% increase over the S
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After the torture of making us wait two whole weeks for the Season Three finale of "True Blood", HBO has graciously provided three clips of the episode, which is entitled "Evil Is Going On". Here's what to expect in the September 12th finale:
Due to the upcoming Labor Day weekend festivities, HBO has decided to make fans of "True Blood" wait one week longer before we can feast on the Season Three finale, "Evil Is Going On", but they have finally released the preview trailer for the episode, and yep, there's a whole lotta evil in store for us! Here's what to expect in the September 12th finale:
With just one episode left of "True Blood" Season Three (although we have to wait an extra week to see it due to the upcoming Labor Day Weekend), the powers-that-be have decided to pay homage to those who haven't made it out of Bon Temps alive over the course of the series thus far. Along with the usual Post Mortem and Inside the Episode videos that have followed each installment this year, we also get an extra entitled "In Memoriam".
With just two episodes left, Season Three of "True Blood" is coming to a head with lots of confrontations and couplings yet to occur that regular viewers of the show know are just around the corner. To help further stoke the flames, HBO has released three preview clips from this Sunday's installment, "Fresh Blood".
If Denis O'Hare isn't nominated for an Emmy next year for his amazing alternating psychotic and poignant portrayal of Russell Edgington, the vampire king of Mississippi, on this season of "True Blood", then there's no justice in this world. With only two episodes remaining, we can't wait to see what he does next! But first let's take a quick look back at Ep. 34, "I Smell a Rat", via HBO's weekly Post Mortem and Inside the Episode.
Without a doubt one of the most popular, and entertaining, panels at the San Diego Comic-Con is the one for "True Blood" (as the nearly four-hour wait I had to get inside Ballroom 20 proves). Along with lots of scoops and tidbits from the cast, creator Alan Ball, and source material author Charlaine Harris, we were treated to a preview video for the second half of Season 3, which HBO released following the panel and we have for you here.
Denis O'Hare has a pretty big movie opening this weekend, Martin Campbell's Edge of Darkness starring Mel Gibson, but during the red carpet premiere just about all anyone wanted to talk to him about was True Blood, in which he'll be appearing as the Vampire King of Mississippi. Read on for a few of the scoops O'Hare provided.