The list of ghosts on American Horror Story keeps growing. Among the formerly warm bodies we added last week: a woman from the 1920s who coaxed her husband, a doctor with a Frankenstein fetish, into performing abortions on starlets; Moira, who was shot by Constance back when Moira looked like Alexandra Breckenridge; and Hayden, whom Larry murdered because he apparently wants to help Ben not just out of the house but with all of his problems. (Oh come on, you know that's not the last you've seen of her!)
American Horror Story: Connie Britton answers burning questions
Unfortunately for the Harmons, Halloween has arrived, the day when the dead are allowed to make like they're living. In the first hour of a two-part Halloween event (Wednesday, 10/9c, FX), series bosses Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuck are handing out both tricks and treats. Here's what to expect:
Mena Suvari has signed on for a guest role on American Horror Story, TVLine.com reports.
The American Beauty and American Pie star will play...
Zachary Quinto came out in an interview with New York magazine, unambiguously citing his sexual orientation for the first time while addressing different topics.
When discussing his recent eight-month stint playing Louis Ironson — a man who abandons his AIDS-stricken boyfriend — in Angels in America, the former Heroes star called the role "the most challenging thing I've ever done as an actor and the most rewarding," but also says it opened his eyes. "And at the same time, as a gay man, it made me feel like there's still so much work to be...
After a multiple-network bidding war, NBC has ordered a comedy pilot from Glee creator Ryan Murphy. The untitled single-camera sitcom will tell the story of a gay couple and the surrogate mother carrying their child, Entertainment Weekly reports.
Say it ain't so, George. T.R. Knight, once upon a time the beatific BFF of all the Grey's Anatomy gals, is this week's guest rapist on Law & Order: SVU? He can't believe it either, and in this week's episode (NBC, 10/9c), which provides new cast members Kelli Giddish and Danny Pino with their best showcase yet, Knight is thoroughly convincing as a family man who never stops protesting his innocence, though the evidence is damning. Told that DNA doesn't lie, he sputters, "Neither do I!" as he literally sweats out this ordeal. But never forget this is SVU, known for the outlandish twist, so when the DA declares, "You have got to be kidding me!" at a critical juncture, you wonder if she's ever watched this show. Bravo to Knight for his bravura work here. He has been missed.
Could Ryan Murphy have a third series on TV?
The Glee and American Horror Story creator is pitching a half-hour comedy with Glee co-executive producer Allison Adler, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
American Horror Story: Connie Britton answers your burning questions
Details on the project are scarce, but it's likely to wind ...
Conan O'Brien, Jimmy Fallon
Our top moments of the week:
12. Tastiest Defense: How do you know when your airline passenger is done? You stick a fork in him, naturally. Or at least, that's what Maggie does on Pan Am when a male first-class flyer (and first-class sleazebag) tries to feel her up and pull into the bathroom. It's about 50 years later, but we'd still stab someone with a fork if they pulled that crap with us.
11. The Edge of Sanity Award: Susan deals with her immense guilt over helping to hide Carlos' murder on Desperate Housewives the only way she knows how...
Connie Britton, Dylan McDermott, Taissa Farmiga
To borrow a phrase from A Clockwork Orange: Ratings for the American Horror Story premiere were "real horror show" — meaning, real good.
The new drama from Glee bosses Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk attracted 3.2 million viewers at 10/9c and slightly more than 5 million counting the encore airing.
[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.