It's time to let your freak flag fly!
Freak Show, the fourth installment of Ryan Murphy's American Horror Story anthology series, will debut...
American Horror Story: Freak Show has taken a page from the Guinness Book of World Records for its latest casting recruit.
Co-creator Ryan Murphy revealed on Wednesday that...
Ryan Murphy sure has a thing for singers.
The Glee and American Horror Story co-creator has tapped legendary diva...
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Question: I am really disappointed that Glee is returning to McKinley and that they are adding more characters to fill out their already shortened final season. The last few seasons of Glee have been less than stellar, but the last handful of episodes set in New York were awesome. Give me New York and throw McKinley away for good. Even with the cliché that was Rachel going from student to Broadway star to TV star almost overnight, I enjoyed watching the more adult struggles of these characters. Now I feel betrayed, like someone dangled the proverbial carrot and then took it away. With 12 episodes left, I want them to focus on the original glee-clubbers following their dreams into the adult world. Sigh. Is this a thing with Ryan Murphy, where his shows start strong for a few seasons and then implode at the end? I hated the last few seasons of Nip/Tuck. — Olivia
For American Horror Story: Freak Show star Kathy Bates, getting to explore the creepy world of the show is a dream come true.
"I remember going to the fair when I was a kid, and I always wanted to go into freak show [but] my parents would never let me," she says in the video below. "So it was this mysterious place I never saw when I was growing up."
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As fans get increasingly heated and worried over whether Game of Thrones author George R.R. Martin will finish his book series A Song of Ice and Fire, on which the hit drama is based, the powers that be over at HBO aren't nervous at all...
Taylor Schilling, Kimiko Glenn
Orange Is the New Black and Fargo topped the fourth annual Critics' Choice Television Awards Thursday with three victories each.
Orange Is the New Black won...
The Normal Heart and Petals on the Wind enjoyed solid debuts over the holiday weekend.
Based on the 1985 play that chronicles the emergence of AIDS in New York City in the early 1980s, Ryan Murphy's adaptation starring Mark Ruffalo and Julia Roberts drew 1.4 million viewers on Sunday. Although The Normal Heart couldn't top the 2.4 million viewers Behind the Candelabra grabbed on the same night last year, it ranks...
Mark Ruffalo, Taylor Kitsch
[Warning: The following article contains major spoilers about HBO's The Normal Heart. Read at your own risk!]
HBO's The Normal Heart chronicles the emergence of AIDS in New York City in the early 1980s. Ryan Murphy's adaptation, based on the 1985 play by Larry Cramer, offers a shattering examination of both the physical effects of the disease itself, as well as the personal and political implications of the government's lack of response to the growing epidemic. The film tells the story through a group of characters who are struggling to make their voices heard amid the crisis. Here are 10 ways the movie broke our hearts:
Matt Bomer, Mark Ruffalo
If The Normal Heart, which premieres Sunday at 9/8c on HBO, were a work of fiction, it would be tragic. But knowing that it's rooted in actual events makes it nothing short of devastating.
Based on Larry Kramer's 1985 play (which was revived on Broadway in 2011) and adapted for the small screen by Ryan Murphy, The Normal Heart takes a brutal, unflinching look at the onset of the AIDS epidemic in New York City in the early 1980s. The story is told through the eyes of a group of activists who founded the organization Gay Men's Health Crisis to help patients living with the disease.