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A verbal war has been going on between the big wigs at FX Networks and Netflix for a few months. Now another shot has been taken, and it states pretty simply why Netflix disagrees with FX. These two are obviously on opposite sides and don't appear to merge ideas any time soon.
For the past year or so, Fox has been talking about getting an X-Men series going, and it looks like the parent studio also thought it would be a good idea to expand the comic influence over more of its networks.
For nearly a decade, a film adaptation of the Vertigo series Y: The Last Man has struggled to get off the ground. Now creator Brian K. Vaughan is trying to take the story to another medium: television.
A new premise and a new set of characters had to be cast before a new season could even be shot. With all this in mind, it’s easy to see why Fargo Season 2 was a while in the making. Luckily, Fargo is now back and bolder than ever.
When it first aired, American Horror Story was far from a sure thing. The Season 5 premiere aired on October 7, and fans of the show will be pleased to know that American Horror Story is still crushing it in the ratings.
There are many that have decried the American Horror Story: Hotel premiere for already being too gratuitously salacious. And so I wonder, is that actually the case? Has American Horror Story finally gone “too far” in the shock value department?
FX is on a bit of a renewal spree. Just a couple of weeks after announcing comedy Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll will be back for a second season, the network has signed on for yet another season of Tyrant. Here's when you can catch it.
It’s somewhat surprising that it took American Horror Story five seasons to get to the concept of hotels, given how many stories and films have used temporary living spaces as a source of terror, but the creators have a very specific inspiration for this season.
The Strain bids farewell to Season 2 tonight, and as such there are some characters who definitely won't be coming back next year. Dry your tears, and read on to recap the finale's events.
Oh yes. Oh yes. Oh yes. Everything we’ve seen so far for American Horror Story: Hotel has hinted at this possibly being the wickedest season yet – which is kind of how they all have felt, but still – and the newly released opening titles keep that streak going.
Last week on The Strain, a close call with evil almost left Dutch and Setrakian out of the game for good. Thankfully, both were recovered by the end of last week, despite the fact that New York seems to be getting worse for the wear.
Lady Gaga's libidinous approach to life fits in perfectly with American Horror Story, and it was showcased in how she eased co-star Angela Bassett into their sex scenes.
While ratings haven’t been wildly high on the new FX comedy, the network sent the news down the pipeline this morning that Sex&Drugs&Rock&Rock will, in fact, be returning for Season 2.
FX CEO John Landgraf doesn’t mince words. In a recent radio interview, the head of FX Networks had some pretty bold comments to make regarding Netflix, the streaming service that passed on a lot of the cable channel’s programming
Despite the number of guest starring and even lead roles in numerous television series, John Stamos will always be seen as the bad boy/sweetheart Uncle Jesse from the hit family sitcom Full House. Ironically though, following his 8 years on the fun-loving comedy, he was up for a role that went far outside the PG realm he reveled in.