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'American Horror Story' season premiere recap: Monsters Among Us

In its fourth iteration, AHS premieres as the Sarah Paulson Show.   Read More... http://tvrecaps.ew.com/recap/american-horror-story-freak-show-premiere/

'American Horror Story: Freak Show' Star Angela Bassett on Three-Breasted Women (and Other Outcasts)

The actress also opens up about how the FX anthology series approaches race and her upcoming Whitney Houston biopic   Read More... http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/KSWzKisSD5I/story01.htm

First Two Episodes of 'American Horror Story: Freak Show' Include Clues to Season 5

Series creator Ryan Murphy says he already knows what season five will be about and plans to present Jessica Lange with a great role to keep her aboard the show for another run.   Read More... http://www.aceshowbiz.com/news/view/00075817.html

How Freaky Are the American Horror Story Freaks Actually?

  Ryan Murphy has said that he's "worried that people are going to have cardiac arrests" because the clown on American Horror Story: Freak Show is too scary. But what about the freak show itself? Do Elsa's "monsters" live up to their title? Yes and no.   Read More...     http://www.tvguide.com/News/American-Horror-Story-Freak-Show-1087897.aspx?rss=breakingnews

Exclusive American Horror Story: Freak Show Interviews: Cast on What To Expect

American Horror Story  begins its fourth season on Wednesday, October 8th on FX and this time creator Ryan Murphy invites viewers to step right up and take a peak inside the tent of the last traveling freak show. For the price of admission, the audience can catch a glimpse of the bearded lady, the world’s tallest and smallest women, the boy with lobster hands, the Siamese twins, and the strong man. If you think this sounds like a pleasant way to pass an hour of your time, you must not have met the show’s other attraction – Twisty the Clown.  Read More... http://www.tvequals.com/2014/10/08/exclusive-american-horror-story-freak-show-interviews-cast-expect/

American Horror Story Season 4 Premiere 2014 “Monsters Among Us”

American Horror Story: Freak Show  “Monsters Among Us” Season 4 Episode 1 airs Wednesday October 8, 2014 at 10pm on FX. Season Premiere. Episode Synopsis:  American Horror Story Season 4 Episode 1 “Monsters Among Us” – One of the only surviving sideshows in the country struggles to stay in business during the dawning era of television. When police make a terrifying discovery at a local farmhouse, the eccentric purveyor of the freak show sees an opportunity that will lead her troupe either to their salvation or ruin.  Read More... http://www.tvequals.com/2014/10/08/american-horror-story-season-4-premiere-2014-monsters-among-us/

How American Horror Story: Coven Created Miss Robichaux's Academy Exclusive (VIDEO)

After the darkness of American Horror Story: Asylum, co-creator Ryan Murphy wanted something lighter, more glacial, at the center of American Horror Story: Coven. Enter Miss Robichauxs Academy, the white and black Greco-Roman Antebellum-style Buckner mansion in the heart of New Orleans Garden District that housed much of the action of the season. In this exclusive Season 3 DVD extra, go behind the scenes with the cast of crew of Coven as they explore this luxurious home for exceptional... http://feeds.wetpaint.com/~r/wetpaint/latest/excerpt/~3/ZW4cWPwEhVg/2014-10-06-how-coven-created-miss-robichauxs-academy

American Horror Story: Freak Show Introduces Paul the Illustrated Seal (Video)

With the premiere of American Horror Story: Freak Show looming (mark Oct. 8 on your calendars, if you haven't already), the FX series is taking viewers behind the scenes to introduce some of the lesser-known and quite extraordinary performers who will be showcased on the anthology series this season. On Friday, AHS boss Ryan Murphy tweeted a video showcasing actor Mat Fraser, who's playing Paul the Illustrated Seal on the series.   Read More... http://www.thewrap.com/american-horror-story-freak-show-introduces-paul-the-illustrated-seal-video/

The Most Important Shows on TV: Week of October 6, 2014

Which TV series will your friends (and the entire internet) be talking about this week? Stay informed—or at least be able to fake it—with SideReel's weekly guide to The Most Important Shows on TV.   The Flash (Series Premiere) Tuesday at 8:00pm on The CW Why: Because people are crazy about companion series (and fellow DC Comics adaptation)  Arrow , and this promises to be more of the same, but featuring a different, exceedingly attractive man. He's Barry Allen and he can go really fast after an accident with a particle accelerator! Yay, physics! Prepare to talk about: Whether Barry is as interesting/hot/cool as  Arrow 's Oliver; what super power you'd want to have if you had an accident with a particle accelerator; where you stand on the DC vs Marvel Comics divide.   American Horror Story (Season Premiere) Wednesday at 10pm on FX Why:  Because this time, Ryan Murphy's squirm-inducing pseudo-anthology series takes place at a freak show and if you watch  AHS , you can't say you're beyond freak shows. Prepare to talk about:  Conjoined twins, bearded ladies, and how Ryan Murphy is like, in your opinion, the only dude out there writing interesting parts for women! I mean, Thursday night ShondaLand is cool for some people, but you want your women to have problems that came out of your childhood nightmares.     The Walking Dead (Season Premiere) Sunday at 9pm on AMC Why: Because Terminus turned out to be a CANNIBAL CAMP (probably), and Rick Grimes has declared that the cannibals (or whatever) have f**ked with the WRONG PEOPLE (aka his friends). Prepare to talk about: Who gets eaten on the way out of Terminus (because someone will, obviously); how badass Daryl Dixon is; whether you'd want to survive a zombie apocalypse because you know, it seems like an awful lot of work to put off something as inevitable as death, and peer pressure is definitely a real thing, especially when you're vastly outnumbered.     Leah E. Friedman  is the editor of SideReel.com. You can follow her musings on  Twitter .

5 Reasons We Love Watching: American Horror Story

Let’s face it — the Fall TV lineup isn’t complete without new episodes of American Horror Story , and after months of rumors, teasers, and terribly disturbing fan art, the Freak Show has raised the curtain! With each new season, AHS just gets creepier and creepier, in the most entertaining way possible. And the best part? Each installment is its own self-contained series of nightmares, so you don’t even have to catch up on past seasons before jumping right on in (though we highly recommend watching ALL OF IT). So without further delay, here are the 5 reasons we’re hooked on this piss-your-pants scary FX show: 5. You can go ahead and expect the unexpected. Awwww, did your favorite character just get killed off? Don’t worry, you probably haven’t seen the last of them: 4. RANDOM-A$$ GUEST STARS comin’ atcha LIKE WHOA: 3. It’s got more twists and turns than that pretzel place over at the mall. OOOOH do you think there’s going to be a human pretzel character on AHS: Freak Show ?!?!?: 2. Even three seasons later, Tate and Violet are still the most heart-wrenchingly beautiful couple on FX: 1. Whether she’s playing a nun-gone-wrong or a washed-up HWIC (Head Witch in Charge), Jessica Lange is always the baddest b*tch on earth. Werk: No, seriously though: Okay, we're done now. div.reason h3 { clear: both; padding-top: 30px; } div.reason img { float: left; width: 400px; } div.reason p { clear: both; }
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