We’ve still one more episode to conclude Season 1 of Noah Hawley’s FX Legion, though the series took a major step toward comic continuity with the reveal of its Shadow-y big bad. Now, Hawley reveals the potential for Season 2 to skew even more X-mentioning, perhaps even introducing Charles Xavier himself.
American Horror Story has its usual air of mystery intact for Season 7, but if any addition will make you scratch your head, it’s Billy Eichner’s. The Billy on the Street host and comedian will join Season 7 in a role close to Sarah Paulson’s character, and with an oddly specific choice of attire at that.
We’re a bit further into decoding American Horror Story Season 7 than we were with Roanoke last year, though it seems we may be headed to familiar territory overall. Sarah Paulson teases her supreme Coven role could make a comeback, as producers discuss where the Season 7 idea came from.
Was one Fargo sneak peek not enough for you? Well, prepare for all the murder, McGregor and Minnesota you can handle, as the first full “Installment 3” trailer takes us into the world of competitive bridge-playing. Yes, you read that correctly.
It’s been some time since we’ve heard from John Singleton’s long-gestating crack-cocaine drama Snowfall, and it looks like the first flurries are finally here. See how crack began in 1983 South Central with a visceral first teaser for the summer premiere.
Sorry, Lady Gaga – no American Crime Story for you, just yet. As production gears up for Seasons 2 and 3 of Ryan Murphy’s FX anthology, the third, Versace year officially has its Donatella. Despite early casting rumors, Penélope Cruz has landed the role of the iconic fashion mogul, sister to the slain Gianni.
Slowly, but surely, Fargo Season 3 is shoveling itself out from the snow. We finally saw first photos of the star-studded cast, and now those clever teasers have given way to actual footage of “Installment 3,” and the “unfathomable pinheadery” of a first official promo.
Early looks at Fargo Season 3 gave us a glimpse of both Ewan McGregor’s dual role and Carrie Coon’s Chief Burgle, and the full cast is finally coming out to play, See Mary Elizabeth Winstead, David Thewlis and more in the first official photos from our third tale of Minnesota murder and mayhem!
We’ve two episodes left in the first (but not final) season of FX’s Legion, which for the most part has kept Noah Hawley’s promise of eschewing major X-Men names. That said, die-hard fans have likely recognized certain aspects of the mysterious “Devil” plaguing David Haller’s consciousness, now confirmed by the latest promo as a familiar Marvel foe.
If American Horrors, Crimes and Feuds weren’t enough for Ryan Murphy, we can’t imagine he’ll break much sweat in striking a Pose. The prolific FX showrunner has his eye on a fourth drama set to bow in 2018, this one following the social scenes of 1986 New York.