Alexandra Breckenridge is returning to American Horror Story.
"Very happy to announce the lovely and talented Alexandra Breckenridge will be joining AHS: Coven," co-creator Ryan Murphy tweeted Friday.
Denis O'Hare has joined the ever-growing cast of American Horror Story: Coven.
"Very pleased to announce that the Emmy nominated Denis O'Hare is joiningAHS: Coven," co-creator Ryan Murphy tweeted Saturday.
Ryan Murphy is adding yet another familiar face to the upcoming third season of American Horror Story.
Angela Bassett, Patti LuPone
Angela Bassett and Patti LuPone are the latest additions to the cast of American Horror Story: Coven.
Gabourey Sidibe has already lined up her next gig after The Big C finishes its fourth and final season: Sidibe has joined the cast of American Horror Story: Coven.
American Horror Story
First ghosts, then Nazis and aliens and now... witches?
The third season of American Horror Story will be subtitled Coven, executive producer Ryan Murphy announced at Friday's PaleyFest panel for the FX series, which...
Kathy Bates has signed on to join American Horror Story for its upcoming third season, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
As first reported by TVLine, Bates will play the best friend of...
When Jimmy Kimmel decided to pull a prank on Twitter during Sunday night's 64th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, Tracy Morgan didn't hesitate to help out. Actually, he was more than willing: He suggested taking his shirt off for the bit — something Kimmel (probably wisely) decided to nix.
Morgan wasn't the only one who quickly answered Kimmel's call for help with this year's awards show. Stars from Girls' Lena Dunham and Breaking Bad's Aaron Paul to singer Josh Groban and the reality emcees who butchered the Emmys as hosts five years ago all went beyond the call of duty. Jimmy Kimmel Live! co-head writers Molly McNearney (who in her spare time is also Kimmel's fiancée) and Gary Greenberg gave TV Guide Magazine some exclusive tidbits on how this year's Emmy laughs came together...
No matter how hard they try to liven it up, and no matter how many winners they rudely play off the stage (Julianne Moore? The nerve!), the Emmy Awards remains a stubborn lumbering elephant of a show, the least likely of its type ever to win an Emmy itself, often just lying there — like Tracy Morgan in the Epic Fail of a stunt from which this year's show never really recovered. Time management was so lousy that in the mad rush to end on time, Modern Family didn't get to finish celebrating its third consecutive Best Comedy win before the lights went out.
This is a particularly difficult year to divine which way the Emmy winds will blow — toward past favorites or strong new drama and comedy contenders. Here's my wish list, and in some cases the usual wild guesses, about how it will all go down at Sunday's ceremony on ABC (8/7c) with Jimmy Kimmel's much anticipated first turn as host.