Though 'Glee' season 5 hasn't proven as opaque as its predecessor, last week brought the news that longtime series stars Heather Morris, Mark Salling, Amber Riley and Harry Shum, Jr. would step down from the FOX musical dramedy as series regulars, tidying up the cast. Now, to further cordon off loose ends, five freshman members of the cast have been upgraded to series regulars in their place.
In recent weeks, the first real details on 'American Horror Story' creator Ryan Murphy's buzzworthy new HBO pilot, 'Open,' emerged with the casting of 'The Hunger Games' star Wes Bentley and a few story points. Now, 'Last Resort' star Scott Speedman has also joined the cast of 'Open' in a regular role, but as whom?
Up until now we've heard relatively little of 'Glee' and 'American Horror Story' creator Ryan Murphy's buzzworthy new sexuality drama 'Open' beyond its pilot commitment at HBO. That all changes now that 'American Beauty' and 'The Hunger Games' star Wes Bentley has joined in a leading role, and with his casting comes the first major details of the series.
Given the success of 'The Walking Dead'-centric talk show 'Talking Dead,' we've seen the same idea applied to 'Breaking Bad' as well, and potentially to FX's sixth season of 'Sons of Anarchy,' but is 'American Horror Story: Coven' next in line for its own post-show analysis? FX CEO John Landgraf thinks it might be, but with one important difference.
It's been a good while since we've heard much from 'American Horror Story,' adopting the title 'American Horror Story: Coven' for its (presumably) witch-filled season. Now, the buzz-worthy horror-drama announced that Oscar-nominated 'Precious' star and 'The Big C' vet Gabourey Sidibe will join the cast in season 3, but will series creator Ryan Murphy reveal anything about her role? Find out the latest on 'American Horror Story: Coven' inside!
Well, this is an odd play for the Trade Federation. Just as 'Glee' fans began holding their breath for FOX to complete negotiations for a fifth season of the FOX musical hit, word has broken that the broadcast network has instead opted for a whopping two additional seasons. Seasons 5 and 6 may not be the last we've heard from 'Glee' either, so get the latest inside!
Just a few days ago, we learned that 'Glee' and 'American Horror Story' creator Ryan Murphy had begun development of another provocative new drama called 'Open,' allowing the prolific producer an outlook on human sexuality and modern coupling. At the time the project created a bidding war among broadcast and cable networks alike, but has unsurprisingly landed a pilot order at HBO, the site of Murphy's upcoming film 'The Normal Heart.' Find out just how sexy 'Open' will be inside!
Despite the fact that 'Glee' creator Ryan Murphy's flagship series has yet to secure an official season 5 pickup, while NBC's 'The New Normal' remains on the bubble, Murphy has already begun the search for his post 'American Horror Story: Coven' success story. New reports claim the prolific producer will next shop a racy new sexuality drama to premium cable, but will Murphy's 'Open' live up to its namesake?
'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!
From 'Glee' to 'American Horror Story,' Ryan Murphy fans know that the dedicated showrunner attracks plenty of talent to his work across a number of mediums. The coming months will see the 'Glee' creator tackling his first HBO movie 'The Normal Heart,' an adaptation of the Tony-winning Larry Kramer play of the same name, amassing TV and film stars alike for the effort. Latest to join the piece are big-budget flop-master Taylor Kitsch and 'The Big Bang Theory's' Jim Parsons, so will 'The Normal Heart' prove HBO's next award winner?