FX’s TV adaptation of the 1996 movie “Fargo” is shaping up with two new cast members — Bob Odenkirk of “Breaking Bad” and Glenn Howerton of “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.”
The third installment of FX’s “American Horror Story” cast a spell on 5.5 million viewers who caught the premiere telecast of “AHS: Coven” on Wednesday.
There is a house in New Orleans that pretends to be a quality school for girls, but it’s actually a training ground for up-and-coming witches when “American Horror: Coven” debuts Wednesday on FX.
FX has renewed its freshman drama “The Bridge” for a second season.
On “The Tonight Show,” Charlie Sheen sped through an explanation of why his “Anger Management” co-star, Selma Blair, left the show. Watch …
“American Horror Story: Coven” has had quite a build-up, from every piece of casting news to the collection of wonderfully creepy posters and teasers in anticipation of its October 9 premiere.
Small-screen “Psycho” would place Patrick Bateman in present day as he trains a protege.
“Magic City” star Huston will play the love interest of Jessica Lange’s character.
Charlie Hunnam will likely have to bare all and engage in some very graphic sex scenes as the leading man in “50 Shades of Grey,” but he says it’s not a new dimension for him.
Signs fall is finally upon us: the return of the pumpkin spice latte, back-to-school shopping, and the premiere of “The League,” television’s funniest (and only) fantasy football-related comedy. The sitcom moves from FX to the brand-new FXX channel (check which channel number it is in your area at getfxx.com) with its fifth-season premiere on Wednesday, […]