Somebody is now handless, a few people are now lifeless, and a batshit crazy war vet Neil Patrick Harris has arrived to add even more WTF to the show.
Ryan Murphy’s upcoming anthology drama American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson is putting together a cast that is starting to eclipse those of his American Horror Story seasons, at least in terms of wackiness. And this latest addition is the most interesting one yet.
For Season 5, known as Archer: Vice, the squad took a year off of clandestine spy work to attempt to sell a vast amount of cocaine, which went about as well as viewers would expect. It was these crimes, as opposed to the plethora of other wrongdoings Archer & Co. are guilty of, that would have landed them behind bars. But it ultimately wasn't to be.
There are a lot of secrets woven into The Americans' narrative, or at least things that used to be secrets, as the show was created by former CIA officer Joe Weisberg. And it’s definitely no accident which elements of the CIA’s history come up during the episodes.
Ryan Murphy’s next small screen endeavor, following the famous O.J. Simpson murder trial, is coming together much faster than we thought. This week the show signed on a famous comedic actor to play Robert Kardashian.
Instead of seeing Dandy wax proudly and bare-assedly about being a god among men, we got to witness the unspeakably horrendous life story of Pepper the Pinhead. Cue the violin submersing itself in termites.
There’s always a point in American Horror Story when it becomes so very clear that this series is partly written via several games of MASH, and I don’t know how anyone can return to any form after the inexcusable narrative shaming that was “Tupperware Party Massacre,” which may damn well be the worst episode American Horror Story has ever expelled from its mother-loins.
Fargo is finally getting Season 2 off the ground. We’ve known for a while that the new season of FX’s hit event drama would follow some strong female characters and this morning the network announced that one strong woman and one well-known TV actor will be joining the second season of Noah Hawley’s drama.
Tonight is the first Tuesday night of the rest of my life without any new Sons of Anarchy episodes coming next week or next year. For all the deaths that Kurt Sutter has delivered to fans, the death of the show itself is the one that hurts the most.
While there are many more corpses than Cinema Blend can possibly handle, I've chosen the top 30 deaths that Sons of Anarchy has blown away our expectations with. So sit back, put on a good Red Woody original in the background, and feast on the wrath that Kurt Sutter hath wrought.
Today, FXX simultaneously gave us some good news and bad news when the network made an announcement about The League. On the bright side, The League will be returning for a seventh season next year. However, unfortunately Season 7 will also be the final season for the show.
Of all the creative minds in television that someone can accidentally piss off, Sons of Anarchy’s outspoken creator Kurt Sutter should be avoided at all costs. But of all the ways that one can go about accidentally pissing off Kurt Sutter, ruining the finale to his seven-year-strong drama is really the worst way to do it.
Barely any characters in American Horror Story live long enough to make it to the end, and “Blood Bath” was particularly exemplary of that. Featuring some of the best lines of the season and a few uncomfortable surprises, tonight’s episode was nonetheless a bit of a wash, with the soap opera approach jacked up to 11.
With a wryness that sometimes tops its film predecessor, FX’s Fargo blends extreme violence with small town absurdities, which gives the casting directors the widest net imaginable in finding the perfect actors. And the series is reaching out to one of the funniest guys out there.
Sons of Anarchy has delivered lots of shocking moments over the years, and its final season has delivered them fairly regularly. This episode was no different, and here's why that one unforgettable scene was absolutely imminent.