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With American Horror Story: Hotel nearly a memory, it's time to start looking forward to the next assortment of evil creators and gory special effects. Here's everything we know about American Horror Story Season 6.
behind the scenes, producer, writer and director Ryan Murphy says things were not always so phenomenal. In a recent interview, Murphy explained what he most regrets about his time on Glee.
It’s somewhat surprising that it took American Horror Story five seasons to get to the concept of hotels, given how many stories and films have used temporary living spaces as a source of terror, but the creators have a very specific inspiration for this season.
The hills are alive with the sound of music from the 1990s, as Ryan Murphy’s smart and snark-driven Scream Queens becomes the latest horror series to make a splash on our TVs. And that’s a whole lot of blood being splashed, by the way.
As the co-creator of American Horror Story, Ryan Murphy currently has one of TV’s most popular shows under his belt, and he might be trying to double down on that in the future by bringing more horror to FX than ever before.
Jamie Lee Curtis is a legendary scream queen who appears on the upcoming series Scream Queens. As awesome as that is for horror fans, it almost didn't happen, and here's how creator Ryan Murphy made it so.
While American Horror Story has given audiences some of the most disturbing scenes on TV in its past four seasons – from Kathy Bates’ decapitated head to clown murders to masturbation with a Minotaur – apparently we haven’t seen the worst of it all just yet.
This week, the unadulterated strangeness that is American Horror Story: Freak Show will be taking down its tents and moving on into the back of our collective consciousness. But just because Season 5 is another ten months away, there’s no reason to avoid talking about it.
Ryan Murphy’s upcoming anthology drama American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson is putting together a cast that is starting to eclipse those of his American Horror Story seasons, at least in terms of wackiness. And this latest addition is the most interesting one yet.
Ryan Murphy’s next small screen endeavor, following the famous O.J. Simpson murder trial, is coming together much faster than we thought. This week the show signed on a famous comedic actor to play Robert Kardashian.
Ryan Murphy is spinning off the hit American Horror Story with the true crime anthology American Crime Story, with the first installment focusing on the O.J. Simpson trial that rocked the country 20 years ago. And this is who he's grabbing to play the former football great.
Jamie Lee Curtis has signed on for a new horror TV project, and she's obviously a great fit, having appeared in Halloween, The Fog and many other horror projects in the past.
While the actors that showrunner Ryan Murphy likes to work with tend to repeat, there hasn't been a ton of connectivity between the seasons. Yet, this week, Ryan Murphy announced that despite time and location hops, every season of American Horror Story is connected in some way or another.
Is Ryan Murphy running out of ideas? This week Fox has decided to go straight to series with the latest endeavor from Ryan Murphy, along with Glee co-creator Brad Falchuk, Glee producer Ian Brennan and American Horror Story producer Dante Di Loreto. The new project is described as a horror anthology series crossed with a comedy based in a school.
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.