Let's raise a glass of "apple pie" moonshine in honor of the dearly departed Justified villain Mags Bennett. Margo Martindale's Emmy-winning portrayal was a huge part of what made the Southern-fried FX drama's second season such a thrilling ride and will no doubt be a tough act to follow. And executive producer Graham Yost knows it.
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"I would be lying if I said we didn't consider that," Yost tells TVGuide.com. "It gives you some pause that people responded so ...
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How much does FX President and General Manager John Landgraf know about his network's upcoming Charlie Sheen comedy Anger Management? Something he calls "a snippet of a story line."
The show, a loose adaptation of the 2003 Adam Sandler-Jack Nicholson movie of the same name, will premiere in June. FX executives have yet to see a single script, but Landgraf said he was convinced by a good idea pitched in part by the kinder, gentler Sheen seen over the last couple of months on something of a media mea culpa tour.
Dylan McDermott and Connie Britton
[SPOILER WARNING: This story contains key plot details from Wednesday's season finale of American Horror Story. Read at your own risk.]
American Horror Story really lived up to its name, huh?
In the FX series' first season finale, the Harmons were finally reunited in the afterlife when Ben's vengeful former lover Hayden hanged him by the chandelier, staging it to look like a suicide. (You'll recall that Vivien and Violet, Ben's wife and daughter, already died, respectively, in childbirth and by overdosing on pills.)
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So what does this mean for Season 2? Will Connie Britton and Dylan McDermott, who starred as Vivien and Ben, return to haunt the new owners of Murder House?
FX has ordered The Americans, a drama about two KGB spies posing as Americans in the early 1980s, the network announced Friday.
The series, executive produced by Justified's Graham Yost and created by Falling Skies' Joe Weisberg, centers on...
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Just us, or did Rubber Man put on some pounds? Tate, is that you in there?
American Horror Story's Connie Britton on the big shocker of "Birth" and what's ahead
We at TVGuide.com can't wait for next week's American Horror Story finale — Christmas comes early! -- and in snooping around, we've stumbled across these rather spoilery photos of this season's clincher.
What will happen now that Vivien's joined the ghosts trapped in the house? Will she get her babies back? Is Violet really over Tate? Is Ben going to shoot himself to get his family back?
FX has signed a deal with Russell Brand for six 30-minute episodes of an unscripted late-night series, the network announced Thursday.
American Horror Story, Connie Britton
[WARNING: The following story contains major spoilers from Wednesday's episode of American Horror Story, "Birth." Read at your own risk.]
Who could possibly survive giving birth to the maybe-Antichrist in a house full of would-be baby-snatchers, both living and dead?
FX has renewed fantasy football comedy The League for a fourth season, the network announced Tuesday.
"The League continues to be one of our most successful comedy series both...
What do brains taste like? Does Jessica Lange do her Tennessee Williams thing when the cameras aren't rolling? (Yes!) How difficult is it to cut an umbilical cord, Dylan McDermott? Who doesn't approve of Connie Britton screaming about vaginas outside Murder House when there is a real-life convent across the street? Is the place really haunted?
American Horror Story Exclusive Sneak Peek: Find out what the house really wants!
snooped around visited the Harmons' haunted house on a mighty chilly day last month, just as the cast and crew of American Horror Story put the final touches on filming "Birth," the season's penultimate episode (Wednesday at 10/9c on FX), creepy, gross and bizarre things were going down. We took notes and quizzed the show's stars for answers! Who is delivering Vivien's...
Only two episodes of American Horror Story to go! It's time to find out what Murder House is really after.
Billie Dean, who last week gave Constance the impression that Tate and Vivien's growing bundle of evil might be the Antichrist, senses that the house has an agenda of its own — over and above the desires of all the dead people dwelling in it.
American Horror Story's Taissa Farmiga dishes on Violet's fate and what's next
"The force here in this house is larger than the many individual traumas, and it has a need," she says. "It wants to...