October 7th is suddenly so far away, which is precisely the point of the carefully released trailers we’ve been getting for “American Horror Story: Hotel.” This morning, FX released the latest trailer and this one has glimpses of the cast, including Matt Bomer, Cheyenne Jackson, Denis O’Hare, Lady Gaga, Sarah Paulson, Kathy Bates, Finn Wittrock, […]
We know that Denis O’Hare is playing a character named Elizabeth Taylor in “American Horror Story: Hotel,” but, true to form with the FX anthology series, details beyond that are quite close to the vest. One thing we do know is that the fifth season of “AHS” is the first without Emmy winner Jessica Lange, […]
If you’re a lover of television, as I am, then the Paley Center For Media is the place for you. It celebrates television of all kinds past, present and future and on November 12 in Los Angeles, it will celebrate the impact television has had on LGBT Equality. The Paley Center L.A. Gala Benefit will feature […]
I just finished watching “American Horror Story: Freak Show” and I only have one question: Who comes up with this ish?
Send in the clowns…NOT! Well, not if they’re the clowns of FX’s horrific “American Horror Story: Freak Show,” which premieres tonight. Having gotten a glimpse of the first two episodes of the new season of the insanely popular anthology series, the name ‘Freak Show’ is apt and, well, it’s just as fun and crazy as […]
Lots of LGBT news in the world of television and beyond this week…let’s dive in before the long Labor Day weekend takes over, shall we? “The Good Wife:” It’s hard to believe but since out actor David Hyde Pierce has been busy these past years on Broadway in various shows (and winning a Tony along the way!) […]
It seems my initial guesses were correct.
Last night’s episode of “American Horror Story: Coven” delivered as always but still left me scratching my head occasionally. Queenie, Zoe and Nan, hoping to find answers behind Madison’s disappearance, find an Ouija board in the house only to discover there’s a nefarious ghost trapped in the house.
You gotta figure any actor in town wants to get involved in a Ryan Murphy project. Just ask the cast of “Glee” or “American Horror Story.” Cheyenne Jackson, the newly-single Broadway star with a growing TV and film resume has been added to the cast of Open, a pilot Murphy is doing for HBO.
When I learned that ABC was planning to do a 12-hour limited miniseries about a black White House servant during slavery, I was suspicious. Really, another slave story?