Ryan Murphy's anthology series American Horror Story has been renewed for another season, FX announced on Monday.
The renewal news comes days after the premiere of the anthology series' fourth season, Freak Show, became the most-watched single program in FX's 20-year history. According to the network, last week's telecast drew 10 million viewers, surpassing the network's previous record holder, the recent seventh and final season premiere of Sons of Anarchy.
Jennifer Lawrence (inset), Larry David
Just about any man would kill to have Jennifer Lawrence crushing on him. But Larry David? He says the timing is all wrong.
During a panel at Saturday's New Yorker Festival, the comedian was asked about Lawrence's recent confession in Vanity Fair where she said, "I'm in love with him, and I have been for a really long time."
Nielsen has admitted that, after some "ratings irregularities," the company has uncovered a technical error that has impacted network ratings for months.
"The technical error was introduced on March 2, 2014, and was generally imperceptible until we saw high viewing levels associated with fall season premiere week," Nielsen said in a statement. "As a result, small amounts of viewing for some national broadcast networks and syndicators were misattributed. Cable networks and local TV ratings were not affected by this error."
Must-see new fall shows
Lost in Space
Legendary TV is developing a remake of the 1965 sci-fi series Lost in Space, Deadline reports.
Dracula Untold writers Matt Sazama and Burk Sharpless will pen the adaptation and executive-produce alongside Kevin Burns, who holds the rights to the original.
Philip Michael Thomas and Don Johnson, Miami Vice
Don Johnson knows how to make it rain — panties, at least.
In a new interview with Rolling Stone, the 64-year-old talks about his star-making turn in the '80s series Miami Vice and what it was like to be one of the decade's biggest heartthrobs. (Answer: Pretty freakin' awesome.)
Comic Book Men
AMC is scrapping nearly all of its reality programming in an effort to rebuild the network's scripted content.
"Scripted originals are at the core of the AMC brand, iconic shows like Mad Men, Breaking Bad and The Walking Dead have driven AMC's evolution into a must-have television network," an AMC spokesperson told The Hollywood Reporter. "We are proud of our efforts in unscripted programming and the unique worlds we have been able to introduce, but in an environment of exploding content options for viewers, we have decided to make scripted programming our priority."
Malala Yousafzei has been named the youngest recipient ever of the Nobel Peace Prize.
On Friday morning, the Norwegian Nobel Committee awarded the highly esteemed honor to both Pakistan's Yousafzei and India's Kailash Satyarthi "for their struggles against the suppression of children and young people for the right of all children to education."
Anne Hathaway is well aware of the "Hathahaters."
In an uncharacteristically candid interview with Harpers Bazaar, the 31-year-actress opened up about the moment she realized just how much the Internet hated her and why she agrees with some of the criticism Plus: She tells her side of the story about that infamous pointy-nipple Oscars dress.