Even as the first season of FX’s American Crime Story seems to distance itself from its horrific predecessor with a focus on The People v. O.J. Simpson, it was always the series’ intent to focus on a new crime with future seasons. Now, we know that a potential Season 2 would focus on victims of Hurricane Katrina, per executive producer Ryan Murphy.
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If the inhuman hilarity of John Travolta’s wig weren’t enough to whet your appetite for FX’s American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson, the latest photos should more than make up the difference. Submitted to the court, observe the following exhibits.
As if one look at John Travolta’s cast photo weren’t enough, FX and Ryan Murphy’s American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson will be worth its weight in fun by celebs playing real-life caricatures. We’re also in for a hefty dose of Kim Kardashian foreshadowing, if the latest trailers are any judge.
The fun of American Horror Story (if there’s any left to be had) lies in charting the actors that resurface from year to year, some taking central roles in each installment, and others weaving intermittently. Coven and Freak Show star Emma Roberts apparently missed out on her chance for Hotel, but will likely return for another round in Season 6, it seems.
FX and Ryan Murphy’s incoming American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson has kept us all delighted by its ridiculous photos and over-dramatized teasers, even if the prolific cast has been left to obscurity. Now, the court of FX has finally unsealed the full trailer for The People v. O.J. Simpson, and it is every bit the absurdity we expected.
Last November, Ryan Murphy revealed that every season of his American Horror Story anthology series was connected. So far the show has made minor call backs to previous seasons and reprised characters. But there have to be more clues that connect all five seasons in a bigger way, right? Right.
We’re barely halfway through November, and already FX and FXX are gearing up their winter wares for 2016. The cable network has set official premieres for the eleventh season of Always Sunny, as well as the premiere of Ryan Murphy’s American Crime Story, two comedies and more.
Ever one for subtlety, American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy more or less guaranteed us a sixth season by extending an invitation to Lady Gaga, not that the FX ratings smash cast any doubt over renewal. Now, American Horror Story has made official another round beyond Hotel, but has Gaga signed the dotted line?
Like American Horror Story before it, Ryan Murphy’s next FX venture American Crime Story seems to be sticking to teasers in lieu of a full trailer. The latest goes for a famous Bronco-ride with Cuba Gooding Jr.’s O.J. Simpson, but keeps the man himself obscured for now.
Leave it to Ryan Murphy to gather all of America’a most infamous serial killers in one room, days before Halloween. In Wednesday’s American Horror Story: Hotel, the first of the series’ traditional two-part Halloween episode, “Devil’s Night,” (spoiler alert) we saw Jeffrey Dahmer (Seth Gabel), John Wayne Gacy (John Carroll Lynch), Richard Ramirez (Anthony Ruivivar) and the H.H. Holmes-inspired Mr. March (Evan Peters) sit down to dinner with Detective John Lowe (Wes Bentley). But the real guest of honor, and most terrifying part of the episode, was Lily Rabe‘s Aileen Wuornos.