With incredible turns in "True Blood" and "American Horror Story" Season 1 (for which he received an Emmy nomination), it's a no-brainer that Denis O'Hare would be asked to return to "AHS" for Season 3, subtitled "Coven."
After the incredible amount of batshit nuts insanity we were turned on to in "American Horror Story: Asylum," we cannot wait to see what the powers-that-be have cooked up for Season Three, which is known as "American Horror Story: Coven." We may just get more than we bargained for.
More quick casting news is coming in for Season 3 of "American Horror Story," which is known as "Coven." A young beauty who's no stranger to wicked activity thanks to Wes Craven's Scream 4 is very close to signing on!
We don't have any details, but per "American Horror Story" co-creator Ryan Murphy on Twitter, two more awesomely talented actresses have signed on for Season 3 of the series, subtitled "Coven." Read on to see who'll be taking on Jessica Lange for the title of TV's biggest diva this fall!
A truly fresh face has signed on to the MGM meta redux of The Town that Dreaded Sundown, and we hope that said face eventually gets removed by some form of sharp implement. In just the movie of course. We're not that sick in the head. Then again...
The first casting news has arrived for the new version of the 1976 cult classic The Town that Dreaded Sundown, as one young star has traded in her time with Hank Moody to deal with a beast of another kind.
PaleyFest 2013 came to a rousing end on March 15 with the cast and crew of "American Horror Story: Asylum," along with a surprise appearance by new "American Horror Story: Coven" co-star Kathy Bates, and we have videos of the full panel and several of the highlights right here!
PaleyFest 2013 closed with "American Horror Story," and along with the surprise appearance of new cast member Kathy Bates, the highlight of the night was the reveal of what the show's third chapter would be subtitled. Read on, and then check back in a few hours for videos from the panel.
The veil of silence surrounding the goings-on pertaining to the upcoming third season of "American Horror Story" has truly been a heavy and well secured one, but one of its returning stars has lifted it just an inch for you. Read on for the latest from Frances Conroy on her upcoming role.
During the Salute to Ryan Murphy portion of the 2013 PaleyFest, "American Horror Story" Seasons 1 and 2 star Dylan McDermott may have let slip a very interesting detail regarding the character to be played by the recently announced Kathy Bates.
If sitting through another Wednesday night without "American Horror Story" has got you down, then you'll be happy to hear one final video has popped up online for Chapter Two of the series, which was known as "Asylum," entitled "Briarcliff: In Memoriam."
Casting news continues for the third season of "American Horror Story" as another familiar face from seasons past will once again sign on for a new kind of terror tale! That's right, kids, the great Frances Conroy is back!
A few days back Ryan Murphy was talking about bringing "American Horror Story" Season 1 star Taissa Farmiga back for more haunting mayhem in "American Horror Story" Season 3. Now this casting tidbit has been officially confirmed.
"American Horror Story" fans got a treat when showrunner Ryan Murphy tweeted that Lily Rabe, who did such an outstanding job as possessed nun Mary Eunice during Season 2 of the series, will be returning for the next installment.
We'll miss our weekly fix of "American Horror Story: Asylum" tomorrow night, but to ease the pain a bit, FX has released its last "Inside the Asylum" recap. Peek through the doors of Briarcliff one last time for a look behind the scenes of "Madness Ends," the epic conclusion of Chapter 2.