We're still waiting for some feedback from you guys with regard to "American Horror Story: Asylum." Loving it? Hating it? On the fence until you see more? If you're in the latter category, you'll want to check out this inside look from the cast and crew at Episode 2: "Tricks and Treats."
Go Behind the Scenes of the Opening of American Horror Story: Asylum; Watch a Preview of Next Week's Episode
We have two new videos on tap for you kids who are loving "American Horror Story: Asylum": a special behind-the-scenes look at the show's opening sequence along with a sneak peek of next week's episode, "Nor'easter." Dig it!
The good folks behind "American Horror Story: Asylum" have released promotional video number 876,298,001 for the show, and we have it for you right here along with all the lunatics running the place. Dig it!
Preview of American Horror Story: Asylum - Episode 2: Tricks and Treats; Ryan Murphy Offers a Few Hints of What's Coming
We haven't heard much feedback yet as to what you guys thought of "American Horror Story: Asylum," but we thought Episode 1 was a great beginning with some interesting characters and can't wait for Episode 2.
As expected, "American Horror Story: Asylum" delivered some of the craziest shit we've seen on TV all year, and we cannot help but love it for that reason. So, what do the weeks ahead hold for us? Check out this video!
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 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!
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!
We're inching closer and closer to the season finale of "American Horror Story" on FX, but first there are babies to be birthed! Vivien's due date is here, and we have a clip from the upcoming Episode 1.11, "Birth", which sadly doesn't reveal anything about the twins but instead shows Ben (finally) taking an interest in what Violet has been up to.
There's a lot to be said for looking back before moving forward, and luckily for fans of "American Horror Story", FX seems to agree with that sentiment because today they've released more behind-the-scenes videos for the series that examine the casting process for the show as well as what went into filming Episodes 1.09, "Spooky Little Girl", and 1.10, "Smoldering Children".