American Horror Story
FX is weaving a whole lot of mystery into promos for their upcoming fall drama, American Horror Story.
Take the new poster, for example, which is riddled with clues that fans won't even understand until after they've seen the premiere on Wednesday, Oct. 5 at 10/9c. Let's take a look at three things in the poster that had us scratching our heads. [Spoilers! The clues in the poster are very circumspect, but still may tip off major events in the premiere.]
Lisa Edeslstein, Lea Michele, Marg Helgenberger
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How will House deal with Cuddy's absence? Is there any chance Lisa Edelstein will come back to shoot a proper ending for her character? — Beth
ADAM: Though the show's one-year time jump will skip Cuddy's exit from Princeton-Plainsboro, creator David Shore says the show won't overlook it altogether. "There's going to be an acknowledgement, but it's not going to be a big story about her because unfortunately we don't have [Lisa]," he says. Does Shore think he will ever get to write Cuddy a proper send-off? "Down the road, that might be more appropriate. It didn't seem right now," he says. "Given that she was gone, we decided it was better to not just have her come back to leave again."
Will Finn and Rachel be happy when Glee returns? — Joshua
NATALIE: Yes! "You pick up with them as a couple," Lea Michele tells us...
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American Horror Story, Connie Britton
In upcoming FX series American Horror Story, the fragile, damaged Harmon family moves to Los Angeles to start over. The problem? Their new house appears to be haunted. Series creator and executive producer Ryan Murphy knows what you're thinking: Why don't they just move?
"'Why do they stay in the house?' We really thought about that a lot.