Posted on Friday, September 23rd, 2016 by Angie Han
It wouldn’t be American Horror Story without some shocking reveals, and so far season six is bringing them in full force. Last week’s premiere confirmed the big theme of the new season would be “Roanoke,” but the real surprise came when viewers realized that the episodes would take the form of a documentary series called My Roanoke Colony, complete with reenactments. So you’ve got Sarah Paulson and Cuba Gooding Jr. playing actors playing characters played by Lily Rabe and André Holland and so on. It’s all a big, glorious mess, in typical American Horror Story fashion.
But we ain’t seen nothin’ yet. Series creator Ryan Murphy is teasing a direct connection between Roanoke and Freak Show (after already revealing a link between Roanoke and Murder House), as well as an even more mind-blowing twist to come around episode 6. And as if all that weren’t craziness enough, Murphy has also revealed a “secret season” of American Horror Story in the works. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, September 15th, 2016 by Jack Giroux
After months of waiting, fans of American Horror Story finally learned what season six of the anthology series is about. The latest season of Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk‘s show is titled American Horror Story: Roanoke, and it’s inspired by shows like Unsolved Mysteries and other programs featuring interviews and reenactments. Season six is, as some guessed, related to the mystery of the Roanoke Colony.
Below, learn more about the American Horror Story season six theme.
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American Horror Story returns for its sixth season this fall on FX. The network and the series’ creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk haven’t revealed yet the upcoming season’s characters, setting, or theme. Of course, you would figure the marketing would give all off that information away, but so far that’s not the case. Many different trailers were made for season six of American Horror Story, teasing different genres and places, just to throw fans off.
Below, watch the latest American Horror Story season teaser.
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One of the more promising shows coming up is American Crime Story: The People v O.J. Simpson. Produced by Ryan Murphy (American Horror Story), it’s written by Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski (Ed Wood). There is plenty of talent both in front of and behind the camera for the FX show.
After the jump, watch an American Crime Story featurette.
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Posted on Thursday, January 7th, 2016 by Angie Han
American Crime Story: The People vs. O.J. Simpson won’t premiere on FX for another few weeks, but Ryan Murphy is already making plans for season two. The executive producer has revealed that the next installment of the true-crime anthology series will focus on Hurricane Katrina, which devastated New Orleans in late summer 2005. More details on American Crime Story season 2 after the jump. Read More »
Fox has released another set of trailers for Ryan Murphy‘s American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson, a new series which will premiere on FX in February 2016. One of the new trailers gives us our first look at John Travolta as O.J. Simpson‘s defense attorney, Robert Shapiro, while the other obscures Cuba Gooding Jr. as O.J. Simpson. Watch the American Crime Story trailers now embedded after the jump.
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Ever since the anthology series American Horror Story began in 2011, we’ve gotten a single season each year, composed of 13 episodes (except the first season which only had 12 episodes). But that might change in 2016.
In a recent interview, series creator and executive producer Ryan Murphy says that he and the writing team are considering giving American Horror Story two seasons in 2016, but nothing is set in stone just yet. Read More »
When the upfront presentation for the new TV shows coming to Fox this fall was unveiled, there was no new trailer for the horror comedy Scream Queens from Glee and American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy. Instead, a teaser trailer with actual footage from the show arrived on its own, which means Fox really wants this one to stand out and hopes it’ll be something special. Unfortunately, the full trailer for the series has arrived, and this looks like it’s going to be murder, and not in the way you want from a horror comedy. Watch the full Scream Queens trailer after the jump. Read More »
John Travolta‘s had one of those amazing careers where each generation knows him for something different. The youngest kids probably know him mostly for his slip up at the 2014 Oscars. The generation before that, as the guy who made a big comeback in Pulp Fiction. Before that, the musical movie star of classics like Grease and Saturday Night Fever. But it sometimes gets forgotten that Travolta first rose to prominence on TV. He played Vinnie Barbarino on Welcome Back Carter before all of that and, later this year, he returns to that medium for the first time in a long time.
Travolta has just signed to co-star in Ryan Murphy‘s new miniseries, American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson. The first season will follow the famous murder case with Cuba Gooding Jr. playing Simpson. Travolta will play Robert Shapiro, one of Simpson’s defense lawyers. We’ve got more on the John Travolta American Crime Story news below. Read More »
Showrunner Ryan Murphy has made a name for himself by freaking people out. Whether it’s the twists of American Horror Story, the tension of Nip/Tuck or the singing in Glee, he loves to put something provocative on the screen. His latest project is going to do something similar, but in a very different way. We already knew he was starting a new miniseries called American Crime Story for which each season will be about one specific real-life crime drama from American history. We also knew season one would be about arguably the most famous case in recent memory, titled American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson.
Now we know the players. Cuba Gooding Jr. will play Simpson in the FX miniseries and Sarah Paulson (American Horror Story) has been cast as lawyer Marcia Clarke. Read more about the OJ Simpson TV series below. Read More »