'American Horror Story' fans well know that series creator Ryan Murphy tends to slip in hints of the next incarnation toward the end of any given season, but it seems the showrunner may already have spilled the beans. Want to know where 'American Horror Story' season 4 might shoot, in what time period, and the status of the spinoff?
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Last week, 'American Horror Story: Coven' creator Ryan Murphy delighted fans of both the FX horror-drama and Fleetwood Mac alike in revealing that singer Stevie Nicks would appear on the series, having been referenced by Lily Rabe's Misty Day all season long. Now, the "White Witch" herself has arrived on set, looking supernaturally good for her age!
Earlier this week, 'American Horror Story: Coven' watchers and Fleetwood Mac fans alike were astonished to learn that Misty Day's (Lily Rabe) obsession with singer Stevie Nicks would culminate in an appearance by the white witch herself. Now series creator Ryan Murphy has stepped up to reveal when and where we can expect the "Landslide" singer to bleat by.
We'd been fairly well sold on 'American Hororr Story' creator Ryan Muphy's sexy HBO drama pilot 'Open' by the addition of 'Fringe' star Anna Torv, but the latest bit of casting should really send genre fans over the edge. 'Archer' voice and 'The Talk' host Aisha Tyler has joined the pilot as well, but when can we expect a decision from HBO on the series?
FX's horror-drama breakout 'American Horror Story' secured its fourth season the other day, though curiously without confirming that series anchor Jessica Lange would return, following reports the star intended only to do one more season beyond 'Coven.' Now, it seems 'Coven' stars Kathy Bates and Angela Bassett have officially been approached to return, but what does it mean for the franchise?
Shock of shocks, FX has decided to order a fourth season of its most buzzworthy hit 'American Horror Story,' just four episodes into its witchy third season, 'Coven.' The Ryan Murphy horror-drama will return in 2014 for another round of 13 episodes, but what spooky setting will the showrunners conjure up this time?
Earlier today, word broke of 'Glee''s potential plans to move the series to New York full-time in time for the final season, though that idea was only one of several under consideration. Far crazier than that however, is another apparent possibility that will see a major character relocating to Russia altogether!
We'll never know for sure what 'Glee''s path might have been if not for the tragic loss of actor Cory Monteith, himself eloquently memorialized in season 5's most recent "The Quarterback," but it seems 'Glee' has in mind a potential move toward the endgame. After dividing the story in seasons 4 and 5 between New York and its Lima, Ohio origins, it seems 'Glee' may be considering a full-time move to the Big Apple.
On tonight's new episode of 'American Horror Story: Coven,' Madison discovers a new power that leaves an already weakened Fiona feeling extra threatened, while Cordelia continues to try and get pregnant. Meanwhile, Zoe's still trying to make things right with Kyle -- and while she means well, she may be doing him more harm than good. Also: Nan bakes a cake and Delphine LaLaurie discovers television!
While Cory Monteith's death forever altered the course of 'Glee,' fans were nonetheless to learn this past summer that FOX had intended to end the series altogether following the sixth season. At the time, it was thought that the network would at least wait until 2014 to decide for sure, but series creator Ryan Murphy confirms that 'Glee' season 6 will end the series, its finale endgame markedly different after Monteith's tragic passing.