There are a few more episodes left in the second season of FX's horror drama American Horror Story. With the Asylum installment wrapping up this month, we'll be left to wonder what creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk have in mind for next season. From what's being reported, it sounds like they're already playing with some interesting ideas.
last night the prolific producer spoke up during the God's Love We Deliver Golden Heart Awards ceremony to ask the Gypsy actress if she would guest star on Glee. Then, in true fashion, the creator tweeted about it.
After a very crowded looking cast photo for the upcoming season of Glee made its way online, fans noticed that certain Cheerio was missing from the line-up. Where's Quinn Fabray?! Ryan Murphy has since offered confirmation that the character will be back n Season 4.
The more things change, the more they stay the same. I would have considered it a very bold move on the part of Glee if the cast had been stripped down to the remaining high schoolers and those graduates who set off to parts known or unknown were dropped down to recurring characters of even the occasional guest-starring role. After all, despite how reality goes, with people leaving high school and often moving away, or at the very least, growing apart, most TV series will try to keep their core cast intact beyond high school. Glee is apparently no different.
In its first season, mentoring on The Glee Project came through Glee cast members, guest stars, and even creator Ryan Murphy. Although Darren Crissis, who plays Blaine on the show, did appear as a mentor on several Glee Project episodes, many of the other more prominent cast members did not give working on the production a chance.
Just a little while ago, we learned that NBC had given an early series order to the Anne Heche starring comedy series Save Me. And at that time, I wondered if we'd hear anything about The New Normal, as that was another pilot rumored to be a possible contender for an August premiere at the network following NBC's Olympic coverage this summer.
Weíve heard a few things about the second season of American Horror Story, though much of it has had to do with casting, and some rumors about the new setting. Thereís finally some confirmation on where the series will take place for Season 2. Read no further if you donít want to be spoiled!
Among the pilots in development at NBC is a single-camera comedy by Ryan Murphy called The New Normal, which already has Book of Mormon star Andrew Rannells attached to star. The pilot follows a gay couple who are looking to have a baby through a surrogate. With Rannells set to play one of the men, we were waiting for word on who would play his partner. It looks like theyíve gotten someone on board for the project and itís a face comedy fans may already be familiar with.
Yesterday, Andy Cohenís Watch What Happens Live got a few juicy tidbits out of featured special guests Sarah Michelle Gellar and Ryan Murphy. While a few weird questions were tossed at Gellar, most fans were interested in hearing from Murphy about American Horror Story and Glee.
Like many of the best horror movies, FX's American Horror Story gained many of its strengths simply through exploiting its creepy location. The Harmon family moves into a new house at the beginning of the season, hoping that a change of location will help them overcome their problems and come together again as a family. Instead they begin to learn the dark history of their new home, known in the neighborhood as the "Murder House."
Rannellsí anticipated involvement is a huge selling point for the project, coming off a starring role in the Tony winning Broadway musical The Book of Mormon, by Trey Parker, Matt Stone and Robert Lopez. Rannells played the determined Mormon missionary Elder Kevin Price in the original Broadway cast.
If you don't want to watch the show without Dylan McDermott and Connie Britton, though, don't worry-- Murphy says some cast members are set to return, and he's in negotiations with others, saying that he'd love those actors or Jessica Lange to return. But none of them will be playing the same characters
Whether you think American Horror Story is the weirdest new TV show of the year or the best, it's hard to deny that everyone is talking about it, and FX is taking that as a clear sign that they ought to keep it in the fold. THR reports that the network has picked the show up for a second season, meaning that Glee co-creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk can now continue dominating both the networks and basic cable
After chatting a bit about his latest film, Margin Call, Zachary Quinto took the time to talk American Horror Story and what we can expect from him on the show. Heís already shot two episodes, set to air next week as a two-part Halloween episode, and is set to shoot a third this week. As for his character, Quinto notes, "He certainly likes his wine."
Once Glee took off, he figured out how to restructure and hire new writers so the show could stay at the same level of excellence, and Murphy would have time to also do other things. Like selling American Horror Story with Brad Falchuk to FX. Now, the prolific dude might find a home for a new a half-hour comedy with the help of Glee co-executive producer Allison Adler.