american horror story season 10 poster

Sooner or later we need to have a serious discussion about how we, as a society, allowed American Horror Story to last for 10 seasons. Not only that, but the show will now have its own spin-off – American Horror Stories. Ahead of the premieres of both shows, creator Ryan Murphy has revealed a fang-filled new American Horror Story season 10 poster along with American Horror Stories details.

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american horror stories

FX has gone and given a green light to American Horror Stories, a spin-off of the seemingly never-ending American Horry Story. Series creator Ryan Murphy announced the project about two weeks ago, and in that short period of time, FX decided to go ahead with the series. Details are sketchy, and it has yet to be confirmed if Murphy’s regular players will return. But at the very least you can expect more Horror Stories in the near future.

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american horror stories

American Horror Story is one of the most successful anthology series on air today, with each season offering a fresh horror approach from creator Ryan Murphy. But the mega-producer, who has been producing content under a deal with Netflix, is still finding new ways to tell horror stories with a new spin-off series that will double down on the anthology model. Titled American Horror Stories, the spin-off series will consist of hourlong standalone episodes, rather than the season-long horror arcs of the original show.

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american horror story season 10 cast

For the 10th season of his horror anthology series, American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy has scared up a cast of both newcomers and veterans to star in the upcoming season. One of those newcomers is Macaulay Culkin, who has been steadily making his way back onto the screen with recent appearances in the Hulu series Dollface and 2019’s Changeland. But by joining the American Horror Story season 10 cast, this may be the big comeback that Culkin was preparing for.

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FX on Hulu

FX presented a day of panels to the Television Critics Association today. Beginning with an executive session with FX CEO John Landgraf, FX announced some major renewals and premiere dates for their hit shows American Horror Story, Fargo, What We Do In the Shadows, Better Things, Archer and new series Devs, Mrs. America, Dave and Breeders.

Now that the Disney/Fox merger is final, some premieres include Hulu exclusives, as both FX and Hulu are part of the Disney family.

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Cooking Scenes in Movies - Ratatouille

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.

In this edition, listen as a professional chef reviews cooking scenes in movies like Chef, Ratatouille, Julie & Julia, and many more. Plus, see how Stanley Kubrick‘s family friendly holiday drama Eyes Wide Shut compares to the original 1926 novella on which the movie is based, and hear Richard Jewell co-star Kathy Bates look back at the most memorable characters from her career. Read More »

american horror story 1984 trailer new

The full American Horror Story 1984 trailer is here, and it’s practically daring you to count all the slasher movie references within. The latest season of the seemingly never-ending horror anthology show sends its cast to a deadly summer camp. Who will survive, and what will be left of them? And how many pieces of bad ’80s fashion will be on display? Watch the American Horror Story 1984 trailer below.

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sarah paulson not in american horror story

Sarah Paulson has been freed from the cursed box that Ryan Murphy has kept her in for eight years. For the first time since season 1 of the FX horror anthology series hit the airwaves in 2011, Paulson won’t be appearing in a significant role in American Horror Story

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american horror story season 9

American Horror Story might end some day, but for now, it’s going to keep on keeping on with yet another wacky season. The title, and theme, for season 9 has been revealed, and it’s somewhat promising. American Horror Story season 9 will be subtitled 1984, and will attempt to channel ’80s slasher movies. Of course, the ’80s setting also will inevitably draw comparisons to Netflix’s Stranger Things, although American Horror Story is for a much more adult audience. More on American Horror Story season 9 below.

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American Crime Story and American Horror Story are two of FX’s hottest shows, both from creator Ryan Murphy. Murphy has signed a deal with Netflix so he won’t be producing any new series for FX, but FX is keeping their current Murphy series going. During an executive panel for the Television Critics Association, FX CEO John Landgraf said there are many new seasons of American Crime Story in development.

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