Sarah Silverman will guest-star on The League as the sister of Paul Scheer's Andre, a show rep confirms.
Co-creator Jeff Schaffer tells TVGuide.com that the appearance of Andre's sister will be a very special homecoming for the entire gang. "She's the one who sort of gave all the other guys their first taste of sexuality and...
How did Seth Rogen land the role of Dirty Randy on The League? Well, he's a movie star, a skilled improviser. Oh yeah, and he looked the part.
"There's a very short list of people who are brilliantly funny and who are going to be a believable porn location scout," co-creator and executive producer Jeff Schaffer tells TVGuide.com. "So he was No. 1 on our list."
In the Season 3 premiere, airing Thursday at 10:30/9:30c on FX, the Knocked Up actor plays the oft-mentioned, never-before-seen directing buddy...
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from the premiere of American Horror Story. Read at your own risk.]
So now you know what that creepy Rubber Man was doing on the posters for FX's American Horror Story. Give a squeal for Vivien's (very likely) baby daddy!
Will American Horror Story be a hit for FX?
TVGuide.com spoke to series star Connie Britton about the burning questions that linger from Wednesday's premiere, the show's planned two-part Halloween frightfest and what more viewers can expect from the deliciously sick and twisted minds of creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk:
Alexandra Breckenridge, American Horror Story
Glee bosses Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk are used to making audiences cheer, but Wednesday night they did their best to make them cringe with the premiere of FX's American Horror Story. We want to know what you thought of this show — and what you think of every new series this season.
The Walking Dead, True Blood, Supernatural
Historically, horror hasn't scared up a great track record on TV. Supernatural series? Yes. Terrifying ones? No. The good news for FX, which on Wednesday launches American Horror Story, is that audiences seem to be growing braver. Millions have dared to peek out from behind their fingers, making hits out of The Walking Dead and True Blood. Even when Nip/Tuck dipped its scalpels into overt horror -- terrorizing us with sadistic serial killer The Carver -- it drew record numbers to FX.
But do viewers have the stomach for a haunted house dreamed up by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, who gave us both Glee and Nip/Tuck?
American Horror Story
If pressed, one could boil down the premise of Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk's new FX series, American Horror Story, to a simple setup: The fragile Harmons -- Ben (Dylan McDermott), a therapist, his wife Vivien (Connie Britton), and their daughter Violet (Taissa Farmiga) — move to Los Angeles after Ben makes a terrible mistake that jeopardizes their family. The only problem? Their creepy new house may not be the best place to start over.
But "creepy" doesn't begin to tell it. There is a barrel of bizarre going on here, and it's all delivered fast and furious in the first episode (premiering Wednesday, Oct. 5 at 10/9c) when the Harmons meet their peculiar neighbors. They include bigoted Southern mother next door Constance