American Horror Story: Freak Show
There are few things scarier than clowns. One of them: Ryan Murphy's interpretation of clowns.
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In one of three new teasers for American Horror Story: Freak Show, a fang-toothed clown practically devours the camera. The other videos feature an equally nightmare-inducing grinning gentleman and another with a penchant for swallowing swords.
American Horror Story
They say two heads are better than one, but three legs make you a tripod.
Fine, we just made that up, but it sounded good, right? Anyway, American Horror Story has released yet another new teaser and it's even freakier than thelast two.
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...
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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Wrap your head around this: American Horror Story: Freak Show may be serving up a double dose of Sarah Paulson.
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On Thursday, the actress tweeted the following photo from production of the FX drama. (Co-creator Ryan Murphy, who has often used Twitter to break news about his shows, also retweeted the photo.)
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