American Horror Story star Sarah Paulson recently cast doubt over everything we thought we knew of Season 5's Hotel stay, and the latest casting may yet have confirmed that. New Girl star Max Greenfield will bring some fresh blood to FX’s Horror Story franchise, but likely won’t keep it pumping for very long.
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Sons of Anarchy may have taken its final ride, but series creator Kurt Sutter is far from finished with FX. The network has officially handed down a series order to medieval drama The Bastard Executioner, chopping off the first bloody photo in the process.
Now that its cast has reached the size of a small country, and set photos flood the net, FX and Ryan Murphy’s American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson at last has official shots of its high-profile cast. They definitely look like humans dressed as other humans. Of this, there can be little doubt.
Content as they were to reveal one returning guest star at a time, American Horror Story: Hotel seemingly suffered a mishap in recent months, as a purported cast-list leak gave away not only roles, but the likes of such stars as Donald Sutherland and Michelle Pfieffer. Now, series mainstay Sarah Paulson has debunked at least part of the list, but how much?
Just when you thought the cast of FX and Ryan Murphy mouthful American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson couldn’t get more outlandish, the marquee grows even bigger. Star Trek star and recent Mad Men guest Bruce Greenwood will suit up for the historic crime drama, among several other new additions to the cast.
New York City may be overrun with vampires, but The Strain has only begun to spread by news of its Season 2 premiere. FX has officially set a July debut for its next round of Guillermo del Toro horror, teasing the gang’s new mission with a full synopsis.
FX and Ryan Murphy‘s American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson has yet to display a single frame of footage, but if the actual series ends up half as much fun as its cast, consider us on board. Selma Blair and Into the Woods alum Billy Magnussen are the latest among the ensemble, taking the iconic roles of Kris Jenner and Kato Kaelin.
FX Guillermo del Toro vampire thriller The Strain gave us an early sneak peek at the apocalyptic New York carnage of Season 2 months ago, but with the outbreak due to return this coming July, fresh footage has finally escaped quarantine for a brand-new trailer.
The big question everyone has been focusing on following last night’s episode of Louie is this: did Pamela sexually assault Louie? The answer is, obviously, yes. He said no, she aggressively persisted while gently shushing him, an act that felt so intimately real. Louie has treaded similar territory before, in last season’s “Pamela Part 1,” in which the roles were reversed as Louie aggressively forced Pamela to kiss him — it was both emotional and physical assault for Pamela, who resents anything resembling feelings. But in “Bobby’s House,” the tables are turned, as Pamela not only assaults Louie, but thoroughly emasculates him, as well.
The cast of Ryan Murphy mouthful American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson has never lacked for plausible insanity defense, but now the FX trial drama has a touch of fury as well. Furious franchise star Jordana Brewster has joined the Crime Story cast in a key role, along with FX alum Kenneth Choi.