American Horror Story VR Encounter Headlines FXhibition At Comic-Con

FX Networks isheading to Comic-Con with FXhibition, which it calls a visually arresting, one-of-a-kind interactive art space featuring the American Horror Story Fearless VR Experience and installations for its series including Archer , The Strain , It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia and Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll . The events are set for July 21-24 at San DiegosHilton Bayfront Park. AHS will curate a virtual reality experience that takes participants through encounters inspired...   Read More...

FX Sets Fall Premiere Dates - "Atlanta," "Better Things" and "American Horror Story"

They join the previously announced "Tyrant," "The Strain" and "You're the Worst."   Read More...

American Horror Story Is Returning Sooner Than Usual for Season 6

American Horror Story Season 6 may not have an announced theme yet, but at least we now know when we can watch it. FX announced Tuesday that the next installation of Ryan Murphy 's horror event series will premiere on Wednesday, Sept. 14 at 10/9c. That's a month earlier than the show's usual October ...   Read More...

American Horror Story Season 6 Premiere Date Set at FX

Well, heres one thing we know for certain about American Horror Storys hush-hush sixth edition: It premieres on Wednesday, Sept. 14 at 10/9c. FX made the announcement on Tuesday, while also confirming the launch dates for its new Donald Glover comedy Atlanta (Tuesday, Sept. 6 at 10/9c) and the Pamela Adlon-fronted, Louis C.K.-produced sitcom Better []

American Horror Story Season 6: Six Nightmarish Potential Premises

Although Season 6 of American Horror Story wont even premiere until fall, its already keeping us up nights. Specifically, were losing sleep over the FX anthology series next premise. (Wondering what it will be is killing us as surely as would checking into the Hotel Cortez!) So far, executive producer Ryan Murphy has said only []

Weekend Binge Guide: July 2016

Have the weekend free? Going out is overrated! Binge-­watch one of these shows instead:   If you want to laugh:   Difficult People See all reviews for Difficult People If you like your TV comedies extra snarky, you'll love Julie Klausner's sharp, prickly, funny Difficult People , which returns to Hulu July 12. Throughout Season 1's eight episodes, Klausner proves she has acting chops to match her writing prowess, Billy Eichner shows off his range, James Urbaniak finds the nuance in what could be a clichéd boyfriend role, and Andrea Martin demonstrates why she's the MVP of virtually everything she's in. The title of this show is no joke: Most of these people are not just difficult, but terrible. When they're not half-heartedly trying to get their acting and comedy careers off the ground, the characters of Julie and Billy roam New York City mercilessly excoriating every poor rube who crosses their path. But there's a real warmth to their friendship that (just) keeps the pair — and the show — from crossing the line into truly unlikeable territory. This is modern-day cringe-comedy at its finest.   If you want to cry:   Time of Death See all reviews for Time of Death Death on TV is nothing new, but real human mortality? We don't love seeing that. That's why this 2013 Showtime docuseries is so powerful. Cameras follow terminally ill people, ages 19 to 78, as they fight to extend their lives, say goodbye to family members, and in several cases, take their final breath. Each episode captures in unflinching detail the story of one new person in addition to one family whose story is told throughout the six-part series. In Episode 2, former grief counselor Lenore explains why she wanted to participate: "We live in a death-denying culture and I don't want it to be that way; I want my life to have made some difference." While all of their stories are deeply poignant, viewers spend the most time with Maria, a mother of three whose story is the messiest — and the most moving.   If you want to scream:   American Horror Story: Asylum See all reviews for  American Horror Story Either you like the strange mix of pitch-black camp and gory violence that Ryan Murphy and co. inject into every AHS season or you don't. It's the kind of show even ardent fans mock (especially during the fifth installment, starring — like it or not — Golden Globe-winning actress Lady Gaga). But when it's good, it's wickedly clever. Season 2 is truly insane. The 13 episodes feature a flurry of WTF moments: everything from aliens and demon-possessed teens to mad scientists and Anne Frank. But it stands out for me as the best of the AHS seasons for one reason: Sarah Paulson. As her Lana Winters lives through nightmare after nightmare, she becomes one of the Murphy universe's most sympathetic characters and Paulson delivers a truly complete performance very much deserving of the Emmy nomination she received.   If you want to think:   Chef's Table See all reviews for  Chef's Table Netflix's gorgeous six-part series invites viewers into the kitchens and lives of world-renowned chefs. It's food porn, yes, but it's also part travel show and part TED Talk. Especially this season, with a trio of subjects who share the desire to increase the prestige of their national cuisines. Indian Gaggan Anand, Brazilian Alex Atala, and Mexican Enrique Olvera use their screen time to lead cameras away from their fancy restaurants. Anand, who's based in Bangkok, gathers ingredients from throughout his native India, Atala heads deep into the Amazon to focus on sustainability, and Olvera shares his love of Oaxaca, where the mole that has become the signature dish at his Michelin-starred Mexico City restaurant originates. The man pulling everything together is David Gelb ( Jiro Dreams of Sushi ) who gets these chefs to open up in surprising ways, almost always sharing a moment of failure that pushed them toward greatness. p { text­align: justify; }

'American Horror Story': Season 6 logo revealed!

The FX series (sorta) released the first tease for its upcoming incarnation...   Read More...

American Horror Story: Season 6 Logo Revealed! -

A question mark definitely seems appropriate for the sixth season of American Horror Story . On Tuesday, FX unveiled the new logo via social media accounts for season 6 of its anthology series, which has been cloaked in secrecy. Read the full article at .

American Horror Story: Cheyenne Jackson Confirms Season 6 Return

After playing fashion designer and hotelier Will Drake on American Horror Story : Hotel last season, Cheyenne Jackson today confirmed that hell be back for the next go-round of the FX horror anthology series. Responding to a tweet from the writer of a magazine article about him, whod said, Jackson tells me hes coming back, the actor and singer-songwriter wrote: It's true. Cheyenne Jackson (@cheyennejackson) June 27, 2016 The theme...   Read More...

American Horror Story Welcomes Back Another Alum for Top-Secret Season 6 -

Little is known about American Horror Story 's upcoming sixth installment — Ryan Murphy ’s team is keeping the lid on tighter than usual — but at least we know we’ll recognize a few familiar faces come fall. In a new interview with Out magazine, Cheyenne Jackson reveals that he will return to the FX drama for Season 6. In fact, Jackson — who played hotel owner Will Drake in the show’s fifth season — says that filming has already begun. Read the full article at .