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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.
Last week on The Strain, Eph tried to end the war with one shot, and ended up landing Dutch in more peril than ever before. With his accomplice in the clutches of Herr Eichorst, and with Setrakian in the clutches of an unnamed figure, all seems lost. But is it?
The newest promo for American Horror Story: Hotel, the first to give away legit episode footage, gives us our first real peek at what that horrifying dildo-wielding murderer looks like. You won’t believe your (non)eyes. We love it.
On Tuesday night, FX debuted the violence-heavy new series The Bastard Executioner from violence-heavy creator Kurt Sutter, and while it seemed to me like the show should have brought in mass audiences from all over the map, the initial ratings totals don’t seem to reflect that.
The show will feature ties to the first season, but will also feature new actors and a whole new time period. Recently, showrunner and creator Noah Hawley spoke out to explain why the FX drama decided to throw all of the former concepts out and start over for Season 2.
In Sons of Anarchy and The Shield before it, audiences got somewhat accustomed to seeing Kurt Sutter’s writing take characters to dismally dark places, but those worlds were guided by the loose laws and looser morals of the modern world. In The Bastard Executioner, the main law of the land is kill or be killed, and Sutter screams it from the treetops.
After last week's climactic battle of Red Hook, The Strain could have taken a week off and let everyone breathe a little bit. Only they didn't, amping up the pressure this season has been building since day one.
FX has been keeping any and all footage from American Horror Story: Hotel behind closed doors, despite the fact that it premieres in less than a month. Well the wait is now over.
Kurt Sutter's already laying the groundwork for a future Sons of Anarchy spinoff about the Mayans. So will we get to see any characters crossing over between shows?
Last week on The Strain, it felt like a lot of the pressure from this season was coming to a head. Tonight, it did, and The Battle Of Red Hook did not fail to live up to its name, making itself the best episode of Season 2, as well as the series on the whole.