All week long we've seen the axes fall and numerous series granted surprising renewals, and at long last CBS has chimed in with their major alterations for the year to come. Not only has Sarah Michelle Gellar and Robin Williams' 'The Crazy Ones' suffered a surprising cancellation, but so too has 'LOST' castaway Josh Holloway's 'Intelligence,' the 'Bad Teacher' adaptation and a number of other CBS series.
As you may have noticed, this is the week of Upfront presentations and today it's CBS who offered a peek at their fall 2013-2014 lineup. We're certainly inclined to check out Robin Williams and Sarah Michelle Gellar's single-camera 'The Crazy Ones,' as well as Chuck Lorre's latest show 'Mom,' Will Arnett's 'The Millers' and new dramas 'Hostages' and 'Intelligence,' so preview the newest offerings inside!
Just when you thought TV news might have stopped for the day, we're back again! CBS has issued their full list of new series pickups, very few of them any real surprise, but exciting nonetheless. In addition to Sarah Michelle Gellar and Robin Williams' TV return 'Crazy Ones,' the eye has picked up Will Arnett's post 'Up All Night' sitcom, Chuck Lorre's 'Mom,' along with several new drama pilots, so get the inside scoop on CBS new lineup inside!
Weeks ago, speculation abounded that 'American Horror Story' seasons 1 and 2 star Dylan McDermott might not make it for the upcoming third season, having accepted a role in CBS pilot 'Hostages.' That potential exclusion hasn't prevented the star from being privy to the season 3 plan however, as McDermott may have accidentally let slip to reporters the location and setting of 'American Horror Story' season 3! Find out what McDermott had to say inside!
Pilot season in TV land can be an awfully uncertain time, as even the highest-profile of star attachments to upcoming pilots make no guarantee of a network picking them up to series, meaning most announcements are to be taken with a grain of salt. One in particular that caught our eye, however, is that of CBS' Jerry Bruckheimer-produced, Toni Collette-starring drama 'Hostages,' which today adds 'American Horror Story' seasons 1 and 2 star Dylan McDermott in the male lead. Might 'Hostages' prevent McDermott from appearing in 'American Horror Story' season 3?
As we grow closer and closer to the holidays, more and more shows sign off for their mid-seasons and leave us dangling for what comes next. Never so strongly have we felt that anticipation as with last night's all-new 'American Horror Story: Asylum' thriller, "The Coat Hanger"! Plenty of our favorite characters were left in mortal peril, with multiple WTF twists thrown into the mix, even the present-day unmasking of season 1 star Dylan McDermott! So what's next for 'American Horror Story'? Secrets from last night and a big 2013 body count revealed inside!
While 'American Horror Story: Asylum' has a number of mysteries coursing across the show's second season, one major question ended up spoiled early thanks to the unmistakable voice of the modern "Bloody Face," as heard in "The Origins of Monstrosity." Now, series creator Ryan Murphy has in fact confirmed the identity of the modern killer as played by a famous 'American Horror Story' season 1 star, and we've got the photo to prove it!
For those who weren't too scared of their impending thanksgivings to add to their fear by flipping on the latest 'American Horror Story: Asylum,' Wednesday's all-new episode "The Origins of Monstrosity" delivered another surprising twist. We'd already learned the idenity of the 1964 Bloody Face, but a few more present clues confirmed that the figures tormenting 2012 lovers Leo (Adam Levine) and Teresa (Jenna Dewan) were indeed impostors!
Or were they? The real Bloody Face seems alive and well in the present day, but not voiced by who we'd expect, so what former 'American Horror Story' star seems to be on the other end of the line?
For as increasingly batsh*t insane as 'American Horror Story: Asylum' has become in only two episodes, we're deathly afraid to think what kind of new horrors await us toward the end of the season. Yet even with that fear in place, we're dying to see more of Dylan McDermott, whose appearance in the FX horror thriller's second season was saved to be revealed only one week ago for the show's premiere. So when will McDermott appear on 'American Horror Story: Asylum,' and what kind of new role might he have?
Well, gee willickers, there's a surprise. We're just hours from the season 2 premiere of 'American Horror Story,' as the Emmy-winning horror serial heads back to the year 1964 for the brand-new tale of 'American Horror Story: Asylum.' And while viewers were dumbfounded to first learn that the second season would follow an all-new story with mostly-new cast members, somehow, we're not the slightest bit surprised to learn season 1 star Dylan McDermott will return after all. But, who will the former Dr. Harmon play this time around?