Where yesterday saw FX's 'American Horror Story' officially adding a 'Freak Show' subtitle for its fourth season, confirming series creator Ryan Murphy's incarnation toward a carnival setting, today we have a more detailed insight, as well as the full cast likely present for Jessica Lange's purported 'American Horror Story: Freak Show' bow.
‘How I Met Your Mother’ season 9 recalls its tenth episode of the final year, “Mom and Dad,” as Barney attempts to play matchmaker to his estranged parents ('Dexter's John Lithgow and 'American Horror Story's Frances Conroy), while Ted attempts to solve the mystery of a best man saboteur.
Last week’s ‘How I Met Your Mother’ installment “Platonish” saw Barney recounting how a helpful stranger (Cristin Milioti) convinced him to stop accepting challenges and make his ultimate play for Robin, while Ted pondered his own future with Robin following a job offer from Hammond Druthers (Bryan Cranston), so how does the latest episode keep the final season rolling down the aisle?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about the ‘How I Met Your Mother’ season 9 episode 10, “Mom and Dad!”
'How I Met Your Mother' season 9 got back some much-needed good will with this past week's flashback-centric "Platonish," but will next Monday's "Mom and Dad" keep the streak alive? 'Dexter' vet John Lithgow returns as Barney's biological father Jerry, while the first clip from the all-new episode breaks out into song! Plus, will a series-long mystery finally be answered?
‘How I Met Your Mother’ season 9 offers its fifth episode of the final year, “The Poker Game,” as Barney finds himself caught between Robin, James (Wayne Brady) and his mother Loretta ('American Horror Story''s Frances Conroy), while Ted, Marshall and Lily argue over wedding gifts from years earlier.
Last week’s ‘How I Met Your Mother’ installment “The Broken Code” saw Barney and Ted sorting out Ted’s lingering feelings for Robin, while Lily attempted to find Robin a female friend besides herself, so how does the final season keep rolling down the aisle?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about the ‘How I Met Your Mother’ season 9 episode 5, “The Poker Game!”
At long last, 'American Horror Story: Coven' pulled back the curtain on its season 3 premiere "Bitchcraft," unleashing all kinds of new horrors on its FX audience. Along with the witchy premiere comes a brand-new full-length trailer for the season (no more teasers!), as well as the inside scoop on what characters will return, die gruesome deaths, or just plain listen to Stevie Nicks! Are you ready to join 'American Horror Story: Coven'?
Whether or not 'American Horror Story' star Dylan McDermott's words about season 3 focusing on witches prove true, we're expecting the third year to have more in common with the first than its batsh-t crazy "Dark Cousin" 'American Horror Story: Asylum.' To that end, franchise player Frances Conroy has revealed that she'll have a larger role in the third cycle than she did the second time around, but what does she have to say of the rumored setting? Get the latest on 'American Horror Story' season 3 inside!
'American Horror Story' may not have a set cast or a uniform focus from season to season, but so far Ryan Murphy has definitely kept consistent about his favorite actors to work with. Just hours after season 1 star Taissa Farmiga was officially confirmed to join returning 'American Horror Story' and 'Asylum' stars Jessica Lange, Lily Rabe, Evan Peters and Sarah Paulson, series creator Murphy has announced seasons 1 and 2 star Frances Conroy to return as well. See how 'American Horror Story' season 3 continues taking shape inside!
While 'American Horror Story: Asylum' captured a great deal of attention casting former season 1 star Dylan McDermott in a mysterious new role, fellow murder house star Frances Conroy had earlier been announced for something far more mysterious. McDermott has (technically) already made an appearance, but this Wednesday's "Dark Cousin" will see the introduction of Conroy's "Ultimate Angel." Is she really who she claims to be, or is Ryan Murphy pulling a fast one on us?