More casting news for yet another guest star on FX's upcoming "American Horror Story" came out over the weekend, this time involving a very familiar face for fans of situation comedies: Eric Stonestreet, who plays Cameron on ABC’s hit comedy "Modern Family" will be appearing in a November episode of "AHS".
And the cast for the highly anticipated new series from FX - "American Horror Story" - grows a bit more with the addition of interstellar TV star Morris Chestnut, who was last seen getting all lizardy in the now cancelled "V".
With a background that includes stints on "American Gothic", Serenity, and the upcoming Martha Marcy May Marlene, a four-episode arc on FX's "American Horror Story" should be a piece of cake for the show's newly announced guest star, Sarah Paulson. Look for her to portray a medium named Billie Dean.
With its October 5th premiere date drawing closer every day, "American Horror Story" has increased its promotional push, and we've found two new teaser trailers of around 30 seconds each and three very similar TV spots that comes in at 11 second each. And the more we watch, the more anxious we are to find out if the show can live up to its hype. We'll all see soon, but my vote is YES!
More creepy goodness has made its way online in promotion of the upcoming chiller of a TV series "American Horror Story" and it just keeps getting weirder and weirder. We totally approve! Dig it!
Yet more casting news coming in for the highly anticipated new FX horror show that's looking to deliver more than its fair share of shivers and chills. Who's the next person to be haunting your tube this fall? Read on for details.
Heroes Star Zachary Quinto Returning to TV for American Horror Story; Two-Part Halloween Episode in the Works
The day just isn't complete without some news about FX's upcoming series "American Horror Story", and we have two pretty cool items to share. First is that former "Heroes" star Zachary Quinto has signed on for a four-episode (at least) arc, and second is that the powers-that-be are prepping a big two-part Halloween episode whose conclusion will air on October 31st.
Another slice of ultra-weird spookery from the upcoming FX show "American Horror Story" is kicking at the Internet's womb and we have every second of it right here for you minus the labor pains. Dig it!
FX has been creating quite a buzz with its slew of promotional spots for the chilling upcoming series "American Horror Story." You know the ones I'm talking about, with the pregnant woman in the path of a creepy looking thing in a latex suit, the presumably dead looking baby doll (or baby?) and the mysterious arms playing cello on people's bellies. Intrigued word of mouth has definitely been circulating, and in just a few short weeks we'll get a chance to engorge ourselves with what looks to be a veritable feast for the eyes.
The offspring of a true Hollywood legend is joining the cast of FX's upcoming "American Horror Story": Lily Rabe, daughter of Jill Clayburgh, has signed on for six episodes, playing the original owner of the haunted house in which the series is primarily set.
The more we see of FX's upcoming "American Horror Story", the more we like. And now that we've peeked at the series' new official promo poster, we're convinced we're right that Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk have something pretty creepy up their sleeves. Dig it!
We don't know about you cats, but we're really stoked to see what the latest horror series to come our way, FX's "American Horror Story", has in store for us. Time for another look and even some casting news!
The third and final teaser clip from FX's "American Horror Story" has made it way online, and it features a moment of lust and illicit passion. Who couldn't use a little bit of that on a Friday? In addition, we have some casting news for the show.
It was such a busy day we almost forgot to check Yahoo! TV for the second teaser from FX's upcoming series "American Horror Story", but we've got it for you right here, right now! Is that a baby ... or is it a doll? Let us know what you think!
We've been talking about FX's new terror-based TV series, "American Horror Story", for a while now and over the next three days Yahoo! TV will be debuting a new short sneak peek. Starting now with one simply called "Cello".