There are few things scarier than clowns. One of them: Ryan Murphy's interpretation of clowns.
Scoop on AHS and more returning fall shows
In one of three new teasers for American Horror Story: Freak Show, a fang-toothed clown practically devours the camera. The other videos feature an equally nightmare-inducing grinning gentleman and another with a penchant for swallowing swords.
A lot has changed over the years on Supernatural except one thing — the Winchesters sure do die a lot.
Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) combined have died a grand total of 117 times during their decade-long mission to carry out the family business of saving people, hunting things. They've been offed by everything from a taco to Hellhounds to run-of-the mill gunshot wounds...
You guys, did you hear? Diversity is in! Much like feminism and ALS charities, diversity is one of the hottest trends of 2014, especially on television. But while network execs have been quick to praise their multicultural casts, one disappointing trope has popped up in more than one fall pilot: the Black Best Friend.
Of course, it's impossible to judge a show on a pilot alone...
It's business time once again for Jemaine Clement and HBO. The Flight of the Conchords star is currently developing a new series for the network, he revealed to The Guardian.
Brittany Murphy's father Angelo Bertolotti is speaking out against Lifetime's upcoming unauthorized biopic The Brittany Murphy Story -- and we can't blame him.
Unlike Elsa, Disney just won't let Frozen go. A short film Frozen Fever is coming to theaters in spring 2015, E! News reports.
Netflix has secured the exclusive streaming rights to Fox's Batman drama Gotham ahead of its premiere, Deadline reports.
Dax Shepard is writing, directing and starring in a feature film adaptation of the NBC motorcycle highway patrol dramedy CHiPS, Deadline reports.
Jon Stewart is "anything but warm and fuzzy," a staffer asserts in Lisa Rogak's biography of The Daily Show host, according to a New York Daily News review.
Duck Dynasty patriarch Phil Robertson is not backing down when it comes to his offensive comments regarding homosexuality and race in GQ last year.
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