Described as a political thriller and a family drama, Hostages stars Toni Collette as a doctor whose family is taken hostage by Dylan McDermott, who orders her to kill the president while operating on him, or he'll kill her family. As if she weren't under enough pressure, having to operate on the President of the United States, now she has to worry about her family being held at gunpoint...
Two high profile actors have been announced for CBS’ new pilot, Hostages. Recently, United States of Tara’s Toni Collette was signed on to head the pilot, and today the network announced that American Horror Story’s Dylan McDermott will take the lead opposite Collette.
This week's episode of American Horror Story: Asylum brought back Frances Conroy in a dark and truly fantastic role. In a couple of weeks, we'll see another returning actor from Season 1 make their (official) return to the series. Dylan McDermott tweeted a photo of himself on the set and it's very creepy. Spoilers ahead! If you don't want to know who he's playing, read no further!
American Horror Story: Asylum has been gearing up for tonight’s premiere date for weeks, but apparently the show has one last casting whammy to throw in our direction. Yet another first installment cast member is returning to play a part in Asylum, but this particular cast member might throw fans for a bit of a loop. Dylan McDermott—who played the late, not-so-great Ben Harmon in the first cycle--is coming back to FX’s hit drama.
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. He’s 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."
American Horror Story has been doing one thing extremely well in the build-up to next weeks series premiere on FX, namely, the marketing. The announcement that there was going to be a Murphy-Falchuk horror series didn't exactly get everyone all that excited but the ads along the way have been spectacularly creepy. The tone, the look, the music, all pitch perfect. Now, the opening credits have hit the web a week in advance and, well, they've done it again.
Once again, the more I'm trying to stay pessimistic about Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk's new series American Horror Story, the more the promotional materials keep winning me over. Damn you, Murphy! I'm not going to get into why I have such vitriol for the Glee creators (or maybe it's self-explanatory) but I will say they sure know how to create some good old fashioned buzz
It was only five or six days ago that my interest in Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk's American Horror Story was, well, what's less than zero? Then everything changed in a matter of seconds. Literally, all it took was the first three promos for the show to completely alter my perception and anticipation for the upcoming FX horror series. I still don't know what to expect, but now I find that mystery intriguing and not just inconsequential.
American Horror Story is the newest show from Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, the men who bring you Glee. If you had asked me ten minutes ago if I would be tuning in to watch this new show of theirs, I probably would have laughed in your face and made some snarky and unintelligent remark. Now? I'm totally in and it only took 48 seconds.
Ryan Murphy and his Glee co-creator Brad Falchuk are returning to the house that helped establish them with their long-running soapy take on plastic surgery, Nip/Tuck. Deadline is reporting that FX has given American Horror Story from Murphy and Falchuk's a full 13-episode series order.
Ryan Murphy's next project, American Horror Story, is getting as much press as his mouth, and has many people waiting with high hopes. First, the show signed Dylan McDermott and Connie Britton to play the leads, and now Frances Conroy and Alexandra Breckenridge have joined the cast.
Now, McDermott is set to star in FX’s new pilot, American Horror Story, which was written by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, of Glee fame. Murphy is also set to direct the pilot, which will include roles for veteran actresses Connie Britton and Jessica Lange, as well as a co-starring role for creepy-as-hell True Blood actor, Denis O’Hare.