You might not ever know it from the stupendously creepy American Horror Story: Roanoke , but the show's cast may just be the coolest accidental comedy troupe ever -- when they're not doing the most unsettling stuff you've even seen on television, that is. Assembled at the closing night of PaleyFest ...Read More... http://www.tvguide.com/news/american-horror-story-roanoke-sarah-paulson-kathy-bates-paley-fest/?rss=breakingnews
In season six of American Horror Story : My Roanoke Nightmare, Emmy-winner Sarah Paulson had the opportunity to reprise one of her AHS characters: an older version of Lana Winters, the investigative journalist, who is imprisoned during season 2s Asylum. When asked tonight at the Paley Fest panel for the FX series what other AHS personalities shed like to play again, Paulson teased, Cordelia Foxx, because I would like to see her getting her powers as the Supreme. Maybe ...Read More... http://deadline.com/2017/03/american-horror-story-season-7-spoilers-ryan-murphy-sarah-paulson-1202052574/
'AHS' regulars including Kathy Bates and Denis O'Hare, were on hand at Sunday's panel. ...Read More... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/WXlWhsxZqbs/american-horror-story-sarah-paulson-wants-reprise-cordelia-988845
We may not be seeing new episodes of American Horror Story until at least September but things already seem to be heating up on the season 7 news front. Just yesterday I posted an "everything we know about season 7" article which went into some decent details. We know the show is going to be focused on the 2016 election. We know that despite Ryan Murphy admitting the entire show is allegory, it does in fact appear that there will be characters very much based on Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. We also know that based on a tweet from AHS’s Twitter page and the tiny video called "Sweet Dreams," that there’s a decent chance that we might have a cruise ship based theme. And one last thing that’s somewhat humorous. A couple of days go Kathy Bates confirmed that she won’t be playing Donald Trump on American Horror Story Season 7. Believe me, when anything new comes up you guys will be the first to know but I think I’ve summed it all up just there. READ MORE...
As has become its custom, FX has ordered another series from Ryan Murphy , reports Deadline . The prolific producer behind the network's popular anthology series American Horror Story , American Crime Story and the just-debuted Feud is serving up more drama with Pose , a new series set in 1986 that ...Read More... http://www.tvguide.com/news/ryan-murphy-pose-fx-series-order/?rss=breakingnews
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will be portrayed on the show as the 'Horror' kicks off on the U.S. election night. ...Read More... http://www.aceshowbiz.com/news/view/00106535.html
You can stop dream-casting Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. While American Horror Story Season 7 will tackle the 2016 presidential election , Ryan Murphy has now clarified that the former candidates will not be featured on the show. "The themes of American Horror Story have always been allegories. ... ...Read More... http://www.tvguide.com/news/american-horror-story-season-7-ryan-murphy-no-trump-clinton/?rss=breakingnews
Remember when Ryan Murphy revealed to the world that American Horror Story 's forthcoming season would focus on the 2016 election? Yeah, he was just kidding about that — sort of. (It was more of an "alternative fact," if you will.) During the Publicists Guild Awards Luncheon in Beverly Hills on Friday, Murphy clarified that the "reveal" made on the Feb. 15 episode of Watch What Happens Live should not have been taken literally. In other words, while Season 7 might be inspired by the 2016 election, it will not include actors portraying then-candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Read the full article at TVLine.com .
The prolific TV creator, set to be honored as Television Showman of the Year by the Publicists of the International Cinematographers Guild on Feb. 24, opens up about his plans to try to make sense of the 2016 election and why actors are "terrified" of playing real-life people. ....Read More... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/U0KziVCQYEo/showrunner-ryan-murphy-talks-american-horror-story-season-7-976843
Consider yourself warned: Ryan Murphy is going to put his horrific spin on politics. The American Horror Story creator and mastermind revealed on Wednesday night’s episode of Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen that season 7 of his FX anthology series will revolve around the 2016 election. "I don’t have a title," he began, "but the season that we begin shooting in June is going to be about the election that we just went through." Asked if that meant President Donald Trump will be a character, Murphy could only say "maybe." Read the full article at EW.com .