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Since Thanksgiving is tomorrow, FX wisely decided to hold off on airing a new episode of American Horror Story: Hotel. But check out the trailer for next week's episode.
FX president John Landgraf has been public about his views that there is too much TV out there, but those opinions thankfully havenít caused him to scale back on the quality programming his network puts out. Case in point: More Fargo!
Kurt Vonnegut readers just may have the television series theyíve always dreamed about. It was announced a few months ago that a television adaptation of Vonnegutís literary classic Catís Cradle was in the early stage of development.
Earlier today, the world got the terrible news that Kurt Sutterís latest series The Bastard Executioner will not return for Season 2 in 2016. But the silver lining here is that Sutter is now able to shift his focus back to the Sons of Anarchy universe.
Itís a sad day, but one that Kurt Sutter fans saw coming a mile away. This morning, The Bastard Executioner was cancelled over at FX in a very unique way: through ads that went up across various entertainment sites.
We already know that American Horror Story: Hotel has some maniacal shit happening behind the door of Room 64, and tonightís episode introduced us to whatís hiding inside of Room 33. Spoiler: it wasn't pretty.
Itís been a big week for renewals. NBC gave the greenlight to new seasons of a bunch of shows just yesterday and today cabler FX is joining the trend by announcing a brand new season of American Horror Story. Here's what we know.
As is generally the case after the first handful of American Horror Story episodes, Hotel currently has about 1,001 different character wheels spinning around one central location. And one of those characters is a serial killer.
Rivalries will exist, no matter what the setting, and one of the stranger (and non-intense) feuds out there is happening between Netflix CEO Reed Hastings and FX President John Landgraf. And Hastings has made it clear he isn't worried about competition.
If you were a fan of Sons of Anarchy during its seven-year stretch, you know the show was full of adult situations. But some people still complained, and this is one of the dumbest things you'll ever read.
Weíve known for a while now that all of the seasons of American Horror Story are interconnected, and while we've already seen one connection from Murder House and Hotel, another one is coming.
Last season, FX premiered two brand new comedies in the hopes that new fodder might reinvigorate the comedy lineup. Unfortunately, it doesn't look as if that has happened.
Even though I would have bet money on Evan Petersí H.H. Holmes-ish hotel architect Mr. March being my favorite oddball in this American Horror Story: Hotel bunch, he was temporarily knocked down to second place in "Mommy."
Fox's recent announcement of development on Hellfire came paired with news that FX was going forward with an adaptation of Legion. Double mutant news! But how much X-men crossover will actually happen with Legion?
The Parents Television Council has set their sights on Fox, taking issue with both the sex and violence on FXís American Horror Story: Hotel as well as the time slotting of the comedy/horror anthology Scream Queens.†