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Supernatural‘s Bobby Singer is rising from the great beyond.
Jim Beaver will reprise his role as Sam and Dean’s dead father figure on Season 10 of the CW series, our sister site Variety reports.
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In the episode, airing April 1, Sam and Castiel need help from someone in heaven, so they turn to Bobby.
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* Frances Conroy (American Horror Story, Six Feet Under) has joined the cast of Hulu’s single-cam comedy series Casual, from executive producer Jason Reitman (Juno), our sister site Deadline reports. »
Dead People, Casual, American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson and other TV productions have made recent TV show casting, TV movie casting, and TV directing news. These shows and movies air on The CW, Hulu, and FX. Casual (Hulu) Frances Conroy and Nyasha Hatendi [...]
- Rollo Tomasi
Six Feet Under alum Frances Conroy and Nyasha Hatendi (The Ghost) are set as series regulars in Hulu's single-camera comedy series Casual, executive produced by Jason Reitman, who will direct the opening episode. Written by up-and-coming scribe Zander Lehmann, Casual follows the story of a dysfunctional family with a bachelor brother, Alex Cole (Tommy Dewey), and his newly divorced sister, therapist Valerie Cole (Michaela Watkins). Together, they coach each other through… »
"The bathing in her blood was the logical next step, you know? After you kill your mother, that's usually what you do," jokes Finn Wittrock about his murderous character on "American Horror Story: Freak Show" as we chat to him the Paley Festival red carpet at the Dolby Theatre. As the series newcomer elaborates, "Frances Conroy is amazing. She is like a legend in her own right, so it was such a joy to just work with her. It was hard to see her go, but you always want to see how well an actor dies. Because a good actor has a good death, and she did." Watch our entire interview below. -Break- Finn Wittrock ('Ahs: Freak Show') on crazy Dandy, underwear scenes and potential Season 5 According to Gold Derby's combined predictions, Wittrock is currently in our #5 spot to win Best Movie/Mini Supporting Actor at the Emmys with 10/1 odds. »
Most famous for playing Claire Fisher on HBO’s darkly funny Six Feet Under, Lauren Ambrose returns to TV in her first major role -- Debbie in USA’s new murder mystery, Dig -- since the show went off the air in 2005.
Perhaps it was because she was spoiled with the writing on Six Feet Under that she has only done a handful of guest spots in the decade since.
“It was a very idyllic television experience,” Ambrose, 37, says of the HBO series, which was her first major role following a handful of teen comedies. “I was very young so it was like acting boot camp for me. The writing was really good and they were writing to our strengths.”
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“[Gideon] outlined the arc »
Admit it — You've been terrified of American Horror Story's tales, but you've lusted over the fashion.
While FX's anthology series has featured dozens of uniquely horrifying characters over the past four years, there is one thing that has always remained consistent in the critically acclaimed one-and-done series: Ahs' head costume designer Lou Eyrich.
Eyrich has been the fashion force behind nearly all of Ryan Murphy's iconic series. From Popular to Glee, and Nip/Tuck and the upcoming Scream Queens, Eyrich is a costume savant of the small screen world. In fact, the designer has already won an Emmy and four Costume Designer Guild Awards since 2009. Additioanlly, Eyrich is currently nominated again Outstanding Made for Television Movie or Mini Series for American Horror Story: Freak Show at the 17th Annual Cdga's.
Tonight at 10 p.m. on FX, America Horror Story: Freak Show will take their final bow with a jam-packed finale. To help send »
The curtain closes tonight for American Horror Story: Freak Show, and we can all agree that this season was pretty messed up. From Twisty the Clown (and his weird Af smile) to Neil Patrick Harris‘ affinity for talking to creepy dolls, the fourth installment of the Ahs series was chock-full of pee-inducing moments.
Ryan Murphy, you outdid yourself. And we all had nightmares because of it.
Before you watch the season finale — and read our recap tomorrow morning — take a stroll through the scariest moments Elsa Mars and her Cabinet of Curiosities brought this season. (You may want to cover your eyes for a few of them.)
Twisty reveals what is behind his smile.
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We thought Twisty’s fake smile was terrifying, but the story behind his real mouth was far more gruesome. In episode four, “Edward Mordrake (Part 2),” we learn Twisty was once a lovable freak show clown who made tons of children happy. »
- Christopher Rosa
7 items from 2015
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