Wednesday while watching “The Talk” I wondered what shocking secret one of its co-hosts would reveal as part of its confession week where each day a co-host divulges something private.
“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.
The brilliant Emmy winning actor Leslie Jordan (Will & Grace, Sordid Lives, Southern Baptist Sissies) shared some wonderful news via Facebook today: He has joined the cast of American Horror Story.
We know very little about the third run of the “American Horror Story” franchise. After watching the new trailer, dubbed “Staircase,” for the hit FX series, fans will probably have more questions than answers! What we know: the series will take place in New Orleans, feature witches, bring back the likes of Jessica Lange, Evan […]
Prepare for lots of Voodoo, New Orleans creepiness, and, of course, witches in the upcoming FX series “American Horror Story: Coven.” A hall-of-fame panel of actresses—including Angela Bassett, Jessica Lange, Kathy Bates and Sarah Paulson along with executive producer, Tim Minear—gathered at the TV Critics Press tour today to reveal some Season 3 secrets.
The third season of “American Horror Story” will be subtitled “Coven,” and will add actress Kathy Bates to the series’ ensemble. Details …
FX hit “American Horror Story” is doomed for some “Misery” next season. Kathy Bates, who won an Oscar for her role as the villain in the Stephen King story “Misery,” is in talks to join the third season of “AHS” where she will play best friend-turned-enemy to Jessica Lange, according to TVLine. Other names confirmed […]
Jimmy Kimmel picked himself up off a bathroom floor and then hosted the Emmys Sunday night like he’d been lor yi
Actress Kathy Bates said on Wednesday she had undergone a double mastectomy after being diagnosed with breast cancer, nine years after a bout with ovarian cancer.
The great 1996 Coen brothers movie “Fargo” may be adapted for a TV series, according to a trade publication report. But it’s not the first time “Fargo” has been considered for a series.