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Jamie Harris Joins American Horror Story

Jamie Harris

Jamie Harris (Rise of the Planet of the Apes, No Ordinary Family) has booked a killer new role: He'll play sociopathic murderer R. Franklin on the upcoming Ryan Murphy/Brad Falchuk FX "psychosexual thriller" American Horror Story, according to The Hollywood Reporter...
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First Look: Ryan Murphy's "Psychosexual Thriller" American Horror Story: It's No Glee!

Dylan McDermott, Taissa Farmiga and Connie Britton

Glee fans, this one may not be for you. To paraphrase series co-creator and executive producer Ryan Murphy, if Nip/Tuck was about transformation, and Glee is about underdogs, his next show, American Horror Story, is a portrait of marriage.

Well, that and other things that should scare the sh-- out of you.

Ryan Murphy talks new FX show American Horror Story: Everyone was freaked out by the creature

The show, Murphy's first since Glee, introduces us to the fragile Harmon family: Ben (Dylan McDermott), a therapist, and his wife Vivien (Connie Britton) move with their daughter Violet (Taissa Farmiga) to Los Angeles after Ben makes a terrible mistake that jeopardizes their family. The only problem? Their maybe-haunted new house may not be the best place to start over.

Murphy and series co-creator and executive producer Brad Falchuk unveiled a rough cut of the first episode of the FX show to TV reporters Tuesday, describing it as a read more

FX Sets Fall Schedule: When Will Sons of Anarchy Come Vrooming Back?

Sons of Anarchy

FX has announced fall premiere dates for five series, including the network's biggest hit, Sons of Anarchy, which will come vrooming back with a 90-minute episode.

Sons of Anarchy exclusive: Rockmond Dunbar is the new sheriff in town

The supersized Sons, which will jump the story ahead 14 months, bows Tuesday, Sept. 6  at 10/9c. The 13-episode fourth season follows Jax (Charlie Hunnam), Clay (Ron Perlman) and the rest of the club as they return home from jail to find that SAMCRO doesn't necessarily run the show in Charming in anymore... read more

Ryan Murphy Talks New FX Show American Horror Story: Everyone Was Freaked Out by the Creature

Ryan Murphy, Connie Britton

FX has ordered Ryan Murphy's American Horror Story to series, the network announced Monday.

The show, Murphy's first series project since Glee's premiere, centers on a therapist (Dylan McDermott) and his wife (Connie Britton), who move to San Francisco after Ben makes a terrible mistake that damages his family. The only problem? Their new home may not be the best place to start over.

Jane Lynch on the graduating Gleeks: Ryan Murphy "rarely makes mistakes"

Murphy tells TVGuide.com that American Horror Story is a "very different animal" from Glee. "I think it could read more

Justified Emmy Nominee Margo Martindale: "I Haven't Gotten to Do All the Things I Can Do"

Margo Martindale

If there was one performance that earned almost unanimous praise from both TV critics and  viewers alike this season, it was that of Justified's Margo Martindale. So the fact that her riveting portrayal of Harlan County crime family matriarch Mags Bennett earned the stage and screen veteran her first Emmy nomination is, well, justified.

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"I'm truly beside myself with joy," Martindale tells TVGuide.com, giddy with laughter. "It's a whole new world for me. I've been nominated for a Tony, but this whole thing is just joyous."

Although Martindale says she never anticipated the waves of support and critical appreciation she received throughout the season, she instantly responded to Mags on the page... read more

Natalie Zea Signs On for More Justified, Will Recur on Californication

Timothy Olyphant and Natalie Zea

Natalie Zea has locked in not one, but two jobs.

The actress signed a deal for Season 3 of Justified and has booked a recurring role on Californication, Deadline reports.

VIDEO: Justified's Natalie Zea says women don't like her "getting on their man"

Zea plays Winona Hawkins, the ex-wife of ...
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5 Things You Need Know About FX's Wilfred

Elijah Wood and Jason Gann

There's no use trying to get around it: Wilfred is strange.

"It's not a nutshell show," star Elijah Wood tells TVGuide.com with a laugh when trying to succinctly explain the new comedy, which debuts Thursday at 10/9c on FX.

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Jason Patric Gets Lead Role on FX's Powers

Jason Patric

Jason Patric is taking the lead role in the FX pilot Powers, the network announced Wednesday.

The procedural is based on the comic book series, published first by Image Comics and then by Marvel's Icon imprint. Patric will play Christian Walker, a homicide detective who investigates cases involving people with superpowers (referred to as "powers"). Charles S. Dutton (as Walker's boss), Lucy Punch (as his partner) and Bailee Madison are also set to star...
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Mega Buzz: Mentalist's Red John Dilemma, Weeds' Family Trials and Minds' Return

Simon Baker, Mary-Louise Parker, Thomas Gibson

Every week, editors Adam Bryant and Natalie Abrams satisfy your need for TV scoop. Please send all questions to mega_scoop@tvguide.com.

I just watched The Mentalist finale again, and I have no idea what they're going to do next season. Any clues? — Chris
ADAM
: It's simple: Jane will claim that he killed Red John in self-defense after he learned that Red John was communicating with his mole, Agent O'Loughlin. (We all saw the gun and the phone call, right?) Not so fast, says series creator Bruno Heller. "Not only is there no cell phone with any calls from an FBI Agent named O'Loughlin, but no gun will be found [by the police]," he says, hinting that someone is still pulling the strings. "Within five minutes of the season-opener, Jane is in jail for homicide with no way out. And he and Lisbon, to some extent, start questioning his sanity." There we go — the insanity defense!

I can't wait for Weeds to return! How will Nancy be different after "Plan C"? — Amanda
NATALIE:
Don't assume that being behind bars has taught Nancy anything.... read more

FX Moves Final Season of Rescue Me to Wednesdays

Rescue Me

Fans of FX's firefighting drama Rescue Me had better take note for their summer DVR programming.

The cable channel announced Thursday that it's shifting the premiere of the show's seventh and final season to Wednesday, July 13 at 10/9c and that it will continue to run the drama on Wednesday nights.

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