At long last, Carol Burnett is coming to Netflix with A Little Help. The revered comedienne’s new kids-themed talk show has officially set a May premiere for all twelve episodes. Check out the first teaser and get the full list of guests, from Billy Eichner to Taraji P. Henson.
American Horror Story Season 8 is headed to the future, but not that far ahead. New details of the next chapter reveal the exact setting, along with hairy new roles for Evan Peters, Joan Collins and more.
Hulu’s comedy slate was already undergoing changes, but the latest is … well, Difficult to grasp. Billy and Julie apparently won’t return for Season 4, as Hulu confirms fan-favorite Difficult People has been canceled after three years.
The fear factor of the past six seasons of American Horror Story has been predicated on a variety otherworldly scares. Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk have spooked us with ghost stories, aliens, witches, vampires, clowns, and beyond. Part of the uniqueness of the anthology series, and why watching a show as sadistic and gruesome as AHS can be so fun and addictive, is the gap between us and what happens on screen. Who doesn’t love hearing a good ghost story, so long it’s not happening to them? But in its seventh year, American Horror Story pivots from fables of supernatural nightmares to satirize the real-world political fears of Trump’s America, and it’s the series’ biggest mistake yet.
Score another one for Netflix’s soft heart. Increasingly unpredictable as the streaming service has become with renewals and cancellations, the Friends From College will stay in touch for a second season, Netflix now confirms.
Busy as bees, the Cult members are coming out to play. Now that Season 7 has unveiled its theme, American Horror Story reveals a first look at several new and returning cast, including character names and – what else – more clowns.
We’ve waited long enough to see Cobie Smulders, Keegan-Michael Key, Fred Savage and more as Friends From College, and the reunion is finally here. The new Netflix comedy series from Neighbors creator Nick Stoller gets a (profane) first trailer for its July premiere.
Fred Savage, Cobie Smulders and Keegan-Michael Key are all getting back in the TV swing with Friends From College, a new Netflix comedy series from Neighbors creator Nick Stoller. The drug-fueled first official teaser-trailer has arrived, along with a July premiere date.
It was back in August that we first learned How I Met Your Mother star Cobie Smulders and Keegan-Michael Key would lead a new Netflix comedy series from Neighbors creator Nick Stoller, and our Friends From College are finally here. See the first photos, and find out what other famous names are among the cast!