Now that we’ve seen what Twisty looks like and what he is capable of on Freak Show, it’s easy to see how he could make a scary scene even worse for members of the cast and crew. Here’s how Twisty was involved in a scene that creeped everyone on set out.
It’s impossible for me to hold back my disgust for tonight’s episode, “Greensleeves.” Not that it was a terrible hour of television or anything, but the plots took turns for the worse.
While the real world will still have problems with immigration, murder and crooked cops, cable has lost one of the darkest visions of justice out there.
Drea De Matteo is one lucky TV actress, starring in not one but several fan-favorite TV shows that have resonated with viewers. Due to her popularity on HBO’s The Sopranos as well as FX’s more recent series Sons of Anarchy, Matteo has been able to take home some pretty sweet props over the years.
Neil Patrick Harris has had a pretty huge run in recent years, starring in a variety of TV programs and movies. However, there was one opportunity where the actor definitely missed the mark. Harris recently spoke out to say he and his husband, David Burtka, were asked to play a couple in American Horror Story: Murder House, but he put his foot down to say no.
The American has just tapped a high profile actor for its third season. On Thursday, FX revealed that Frost/Nixon actor Frank Langella will be joining FX’s intricate Soviet War era spy drama. This time, the American actor won’t be playing an American, at all.
American Horror Story has tried to be sensitive about the Freak Show season label ever since the series started putting out promotional materials for Season 4. However, only a couple of episodes in, American Horror Story: Freak Show has incurred the ire of a large clown organization in the United States.
Holy shit, folks. Another Sons of Anarchy episode, another gang bites the dust. “Smoke ‘Em if You Got ‘Em” is another piece of the ramp up towards the series’ finale, and characters are getting killed off by the vanload as we near the middle of Season 7.
Fargo landed big names when it signed on Billy Bob Thornton, Martin Freeman, Bob Odenkirk and Colin Hanks, but when it came to the female police officer lead, the casting process wasn’t so easy. Eventually relative newcomer Allison Tolman landed the role, jumping from relative obscurity to a high profile cable series. Here’s how it happened.
As you may have noticed, we’re pretty huge fans of Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk's American Horror Story here at Cinema Blend, and it turns out we share our favorable opinions with a huge chunk of the American TV audience. The premiere episode of American Horror Story: Freak Show was an absolute ratings smash.
Archer is a show known for taking jabs at general ideas about government agencies and political ideals, but Reed doesn’t often target specific real-world incidents. It was somewhat fortuitous that, as the group ISIS first adopted that name in 2013, Reed had taken Archer’s characters off on a new Vice storyline that involved them selling coke to try and keep their lifestyles afloat after the agency ISIS got shut down.
Last week’s massacre at Diosa, beyond taking down a slew of escorts, put Henry Lin and his Chinese gang in everyone’s crosshairs, and the lie that he was responsible for Tara’s murder has now entered everyone’s ears, even Lin’s own.
Ryan Murphy is a pretty loyal guy, and if he finds a network or studio he likes, he will often continue to work with that network or studio. In the past, he’s worked on multiple projects with HBO, and now, Murphy’s signing on for another TV series with FX. FX has picked up American Crime Story, a new show that will have similarities to American Horror Story in title and format.
Last week on The Strain, the board was set for one seemingly final assault on The Master and his army of bloodsuckers. With their base camp destroyed and everyone taking some sort of vengeful stance against the vampires that have ravaged the city, it's time to take the fight to the doorstep of the enemy. Thankfully, “The Master” does not disappoint, capping off a first season to remember.
When it comes to making things last on television, few know how to do it as smoothly and as hilariously as the gang behind FX’s It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, which is gearing up for Season 10 premiering in January. Thankfully, we may have a new way to experience their brashly bizarre comedy, as FX has given the greenlight to their pilot Pariah.