We know that American Horror Story: Freak Show will be chock full of crazy specimens, from creepy clowns to three-legged trapeze swingers, but the new trailer is especially revealing, as it gives us a behind-the-scenes glimpse at many of the show’s leads. From bearded ladies to conjoined twins, there is a lot to see!
Last week on The Strain, we were treated to an hour-long set piece, as our heroes were trapped in a gas station for a good portion of the night. We also saw the group power dynamic change as Vasily Fet officially joined the Setrakian hunting party. This week, it's business as usual, which is both good and bad.
There was a time when a TV series’ final season meant that the show’s worth had finally petered out to the point that it wasn’t feasible to keep producing episodes. But it’s an entirely different age of television, and the only thing petering out on FX’s Sons of Anarchy is everyone’s patience for everyone else, and things are going to end very badly for most people involved.
With just five episodes to go after tonight, The Strain has gone all out with this week's exciting episode! Unfortunately for one major character, the gas station will always be their final place of resting.
Even though we’re still upwards of eight months away from the Season 2 debut of FX’s Emmy-winning anthology drama Fargo, that doesn’t mean we can’t let our curiosities run amok concerning where this prequelized season will take viewers. Personally, I’m shooting for dinosaurs and robots, but that's not the case.
There are three people in this world you definitely don’t want to mess around with. One is an on-duty cop, and another is the waitress taking your order, but the worst one of all is Jax Teller. Sure, it might take him a season or two to get his revenge, but once he’s on the warpath, no one is safe.
Every year around this time, FX begins putting out teasers for the newest installation of its hit series, American Horror Story. It’s tough to glean a ton of information from the short segments, but despite this, they are nearly always creepy and worth a watch. In the latest short trailer for the fall season, titled American Horror Story: Freak Show, we get an unusual trapeze artist.
Zach Galifianakis is bringing his comedic talent to scripted television and it's happening at FX. The network announced today that Baskets, a comedy series co-created by Zach Galifianakis, Louis C.K. and Jonathan Krisel, has been ordered to series. The half-hour comedy will star Galifianakis as the title character, Chip Baskets, a guy with aspirations of becoming a clown.
The schedule is a work in progress, and dates are subject to change as we head into the fall season. In the meantime, if there's a new or returning show you don't see on here, feel free to leave a comment and we'll see if we can dig up the date for you! We’ve also listed shows that are expected to premiere at midseason, so if your favorite show doesn’t have a date, yet, check there first!
Last week on The Strain, the eclipse finally occurred and the equilibrium in the game has changed. Vampires are slowly but surely taking over, and the window for defeat is shrinking. Tonight's episode was a perfect example of what happens when you stay true enough to the book to please fans, while at the same time adding enough new material into the mix to be different.
Since American Horror Story: Freak Show was first unveiled, the cast has been assembled and characters have been revealed, but all this deliciously disgusting series’ fans want to know is: when the hell is it going to start playing? Thankfully, FX has announced American Horror Story: Freak Show will make its debut on Wednesday, October 8, at its usual time of 10 p.m. ET.
The Strain is here to stay. Just days after its sixth episode aired, FX has announced that they're renewing the series for a second season. The announcement states that the second season will consist of thirteen episodes. Also announced is the news that Season 1 of The Strain will be available on DVD and Blu-ray December 2. Hey, just in time for the holidays!
With time running out before the pivotal solar eclipse, good and evil are rushing to raise their armies. One side has a better hand than the other, and it looks like all bets will close soon.
I’m in need of a few more adrenal glands to regulate the massive amount of adrenaline flowing through my body, as provoked by our first real look at Season 7 of Sons of Anarchy. After weeks of short teasers proving Jax’s worth as a Grim Reaper, FX dropped a minute-long dive into the dark rabbit hole that is SAMCRO’s future, and it’s got all the angst, fear and gunplay expected of a Sons of Anarchy trailer.
Comedy is all about timing, and that's especially true for the rhythmic humor found in a well-constructed multi-camera comedy. Martin Lawrence and Kelsey Grammer have proven adept at good timing and comedy, so the idea of the two actors paired up in a new series is brimming with potential. FX's Partners taps into some of that, but doesn't really bring anything new to the table.