'American Horror Story: Freak Show' has proven a curiosity unto itself, not only by today's addition of Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka, but by the return of Naomi Grossman's 'Asylum' character Pepper. Now, the future Briarcliff inmate will have some 'Freak Show' company later on it seems, as Lily Rabe has been confirmed to reprise her 'Asylum' role as Sister Mary Eunice!
American Horror Story: Asylum
Three seasons in, we've gotten accustomed to the fact that FX's 'American Horror Story' reboots year after year with its cast in different roles of a new story. And while this year's 'Freak Show' follows the same trend, Ryan Murphy's horror franchise will at last extend a bit of connective tissue between universes, bringing a fan-favorite 'American Horror Story: Asylum' character back into the fold.
Months before we have the Emmys or the Golden Globes to worry about, the annual Critics’ Choice Television Awards streamed Monday night and released the full list of winners as chosen by the Broadcast Television Journalists Association. ‘The Big Bang Theory‘ expectedly dominated in its many nominations, while the race for Best Drama tied and some surprising new stars were honored.
It's that time again! Long before the Emmys or the Golden Globes, the annual Critics' Choice Television Awards have released their full list of nominees as chosen by the Broadcast Television Journalists Association. 'The Big Bang Theory' and 'American Horror Story: Asylum' lead the charge in nominations, with some unexpected recognition for 'The Americans' and plenty of surprises, so check out the full list of nominees inside!
'American Horror Story' season 3 has been much more forthcoming with its subject matter than 'American Horror Story: Asylum, thanks in part to the overall popularity of the series and a return to a more "glamorous" form of evil, but now we finally have a title! 'American Horror Story: Coven' will debut this fall on FX, so find out the scoop on season 3's witches and locations from Ryan Murphy himself inside!
As excited as we were to see that 'American Horror Story' season 3 was bringing back a wealth of franchise players from the first and second season alike, we're twice as interested to see what new stars join for the third year. 'Misery' Oscar-winner Kathy Bates was recently added to the series, but what does series creator Ryan Murphy have to say of her villainous character? Get the latest on 'American Horror Story' season 3 inside!
Only one week removed from the 'American Horror Story: Asylum' season finale "Madness Ends," and we're still no closer to understanding just what those mysterious aliens were trying to accomplish, but that hasn't stopped us from looking forward to the "glamourous evil romance" of season 3! Following her acclaimed turn as simple nun turned-posessed deviant Sister Mary Eunice, Lily Rabe has been confirmed to join her 'Horror Story' alum for season 3. Get the latest on the next 'American Horror Story' inside!
'American Horror Story: Asylum' may have come and gone following season finale "Madness Ends," but that hasn't stopped fans of the FX horror series from obsessing on one lingering point: just what was up with the mysterious aliens permeating the season? Not only did the science-fiction creatures remain unexplained, seeming oddly out of place with a season that chronicled religion, madness and mutilation, but the beings were never fully glimpsed on screen. However, new concept art reveals the full extent of the seemingly benevolent creatures' design, so get a look at the 'American Horror Story: Asylum' extraterrestrials inside!
The insanity of Briarcliff finally came to a close last night as 'American Horror Story: Aslyum' finished out its second season with the unique, if fitting retrospective "Madness Ends." Yet as with any good finale, the story doesn't quite end there. Series creator Ryan Murphy opened up about what he had originally intended as the ultimate finale for 'American Horror Story: Asylum', as well as more of what to expect from the coming third season! Get the latest 'American Horror Story' Scoop inside!
It's the finale of 'American Horror Story: Asylum,' with less horror and way more melodrama. And if you thought you'd never see Adam Levine again, you were sadly mistaken.