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Here's your first look, via official images courtesy of EW, at cast photos from producer Ryan Murphy's "American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson," which will air on the FX network. The 10-episode first season ("American Crime Story" will be a new franchise, just like "American Horror Story") will be based on the book "The Run of His Life: The People v. O.J. Simpson" by Jeffrey Toobin, which provides audiences with a look at the O.J. Simpson trial told from the perspective of the lawyers that explored the chaotic behind-the-scenes dealings and maneuvering on both sides of the court, and how a combination of prosecution »
- Tambay A. Obenson
Here's your first look, via official images courtesy of EW, at cast photos from producer Ryan Murphy's "American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson," which will air on the FX network. The 10-episode first season ("American Crime Story" will be a new franchise, just like "American Horror Story") will be based on the book "The Run of His Life: The People v. O.J. Simpson" by Jeffrey Toobin, which provides audiences with a look at the O.J. Simpson trial told from the perspective of the lawyers that explored the chaotic behind-the-scenes dealings and maneuvering on both sides of the court, and how a combination of prosecution confidence, defense wiliness, and the Lapd’s history with the city’s black community gave a jury what it needed: reasonable doubt. It was previously reported that both Nicole Brown and Ronald Goldman will be absent from the film, because the »
- Tambay A. Obenson
While Ryan Murphy’s television career thus far has been squarely set within specific genres like the musical Glee, the “horror” American Horror Story, and the upcoming horror-comedy Scream Queens, he’s now setting out to tackle something wholly different: true crime. American Crime Story is a new anthology series set up at FX, executive produced by Murphy and his partner Brad Falchuk, as well as Nina Jacobson, Brad Simpson, Scott Alexander, and Larry Karaszewski. The idea is to take on famous true crime stories, and the first season’s topic is decidedly Ryan Murphy-esque: American Crime Story: The People V O.J. Simpson. The first images from the series have been unveiled, and they’re certainly something. Cuba Gooding Jr. fills the role of Simpson, and the rest of the main cast includes Sarah Paulson as head prosecutor Marcia Clark, John Travolta as defense attorney Robert Shapiro, David Schwimmer »
- Adam Chitwood
FX's American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson may not premiere until 2016, but production is already underway on the series. Here, The Hollywood Reporter unveils a first look at the stars of the anthology based on Jeffrey Toobin's book, The Run of His Life: The People v. O.J. Simpson. The drama will be told through the perspective of the lawyers involved in the case and will explore the behind-the-scenes dealings on both sides of the court. Read more Ryan Murphy's 'American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson' Ordered at FX The Golden Globe-
- Lesley Goldberg
With American Horror Story returning for a high profile season in the fall alongside new series Scream Queens, Ryan Murphy's other new show is ready to debut a first look at it's high profile cast. American Crime Story is set to air on FX and will follow the anthology format that American Horror Story has been so successful with only focusing each season on a true crime story. First up is the infamous case of O.J. Simpson. American Crime Story: The People vs. O.J. Simpson »
- Alex Maidy
When the upfront presentation for the new TV shows coming to Fox this fall was unveiled, there was no new trailer for the horror comedy Scream Queens from Glee and American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy. Instead, a teaser trailer with actual footage from the show arrived on its own, which means Fox really wants […]
The post ‘Scream Queens’ Full Trailer: Sassy, Sarcastic Sorority Girls Get Slaughtered appeared first on /Film. »
- Ethan Anderton
Based on Jeffrey Toobin’s “The Run of His Life: The People v. O.J. Simpson,” the drama is said to show the behind-the-scenes dealings and maneuvering on both sides of the court. It also stars Cuba Gooding Jr. as O.J. Simpson, John Travolta as defense attorney Robert Shapiro, David Schwimmer as defense attorney Robert Kardashian and Sarah Paulson as prosecutor Marcia Clark.
“American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson” is written by Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski. They are exec producing along with Ryan Murphy, Nina Jacobson, Brad Simpson and Brad Falchuk. Murphy is also directing the first episode. »
- Whitney Friedlander
“American Horror Story: Hotel” co-creator Ryan Murphy introduced Sarah Paulson as “the baddest bad girl of them all” when announcing the actress’ return to the FX anthology series, and Paulson teases what her boss could have possibly meant in the latest episode of TheWrap’s “Drinking With the Stars.” “I’ve never played any villain on the show, so perhaps there’s going to be an element on bad, bad girl,” Paulson tells host Greg Gilman after shooting down a rumor about her character. “Here’s the only thing I can give you … I am not playing Janis Joplin,” Paulson says. »
- Greg Gilman
Paul Kim has been cast to play forensics expert Dr. Henry Lee on Ryan Murphy‘s upcoming FX anthology series “American Crime Story: The People V Oj Simpson,” TheWrap has learned. Kim joins an all-star cast on the show. John Travolta will portray Robert Shapiro; “Law & Order: Criminal Intent” alum Courtney B. Vance is Johnnie Cochran; David Schwimmer takes on Robert Kardashian; “American Horror Story” star Sarah Paulson plays Marcia Clark; Cuba Gooding Jr. will put himself in Simpson’s shoes, as the limited run series recaps the so-called Trial of the Century. Also Read: 45 First Looks of New TV Shows From. »
- Linda Ge
Over the years, Ryan Murphy’s name has gained prominence in the television world, as the show creator has become more prolific. Having previously gained prominence for being the driving force behind Nip/Tuck, Murphy rose to fame as the creator of the hit Fox musical series Glee, soon following it up with the FX anthology series American Horror Story and the NBC sitcom The New Normal, with all three shows on the air during the 2012-2013 television season.
With the Fox series drawing to a close earlier this year, Murphy already has a new series coming to the channel in the 2015-2016 television season. Titled Scream Queens, the horror-comedy reunites Murphy with Glee‘s Lea Michele and American Horror Story‘s Emma Roberts, with Jamie Lee Curtis and Abigail Breslin also joining the cast. The synopsis is below.
After a 1995 sorority pledge gone wrong, someone is out for vengeance »
- Deepayan Sengupta
Fox is betting big on Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk this fall with the American Horror Story creators’ campy horror-comedy Scream Queens, and now that the first full trailer for the anthology series has been released, it’s easy to see why – seemingly every teen idol this side of Disney pops up in the preview.
Emma Roberts (Unfabulous), The Nine Lives of Chloe King‘s Skyler Samuels, Glee‘s Lea Michele and Keke Palmer (True Jackson, VP) are seemingly taking on the biggest roles in a cast that also boasts Abigail Breslin, Nasim Pedrad, Oliver Hudson, Billie Lourd, Diego Boneta, Glen Powell, Lucien Laviscount, Niecy Nash, Nick Jonas and Ariana Grande. Oh – and original Scream queen Jamie Lee Curtis is on hand to provide the series’ real horror credentials (unless you want to count Breslin’s Zombieland and Haunter, which is entirely valid).
Unfortunately, the uneven tone displayed by this »
- Isaac Feldberg
We were a bit surprised when the news broke last Autumn that Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk - co-creators of both Glee and American Horror Story - were planning to mesh their genres together into a teen comedy horror series. It's true, though - the show is called Scream Queens and will appear on Fox later this year. Ian Brennan, another from team Glee, is also involved.
Last night, the first full trailer landed online. You can see it here...
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Described as “Heathers meets Friday the 13th“, the first season of Scream Queens will premiere in September and revolves around a college campus rocked by a series of grisly murders. Featuring in the cast are Emma Roberts, Jamie Lee Curtis, Joe Manganiello, Lea Michele, Oliver Hudson, Abigail Breslin, Billie Lourd, Skyler Samuels, Lucien Laviscount, Diego Boneta, Glen Powell, Nasim Pedrad, Ariana Grande and Nick Jonas.
- Gary Collinson
Glee and American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy has hot horror-comedy Scream Queens coming this Fall, and after tons of brief teasers, there's finally a full trailer. It's very much like horror anthology series American Horror Story set in a sorority house, but even more fun, and with more shirtless Nick Jonas. The show also stars Emma Roberts, Abigail Breslin, Jamie Lee Curtis, Lea Michele, Ariana Grande, Keke Palmer, and a ton of other people. Take a look, and make sure you're up to date with all the details Ryan Murphy recently divulged, plus all the pictures! »
Pledging a sorority has never been quite as scary as it is in the full-length trailer for Fox’s new horror comedy “Scream Queens.” The Ryan Murphy anthology series stars Emma Roberts and Abigail Breslin as the resident mean girls at Kappa Kappa Tau, with Lea Michele, Skyler Samuels and others as new pledges. The hazing is on, but that soon takes a back seat to real horrors when a devil mask-wearing assailant begins hunting down the girls one by one. And the mystery killer loves doing it in gruesome ways, with Kill No. 1 being the severing of a pledge’s head with. »
- Linda Ge
In case you weren’t altogether sure exactly what was coming your way with Fox‘s new effort, Scream Queens, there’s finally a sneak peek for you. Take a look above.
The show proudly announces that it is by the creators of Glee and American Horror Story (and is apparently reusing sets of the latter), but doesn’t just come out and say who that is, which is decidedly odd marketing. If those two shows do any work convincing you to watch, you know who Ryan Murphy is.
At any rate, you might expect that the show might as well be Ahs: Sorority, but you’d be slightly misled there. While Ahs has slid down a deplorably goofy slope since its first season, the problem with that show is that it took itself seriously. While that may turn out to be the case here as well, it looks »
- Marc Eastman
College life can be murder. Literally.
Emma Roberts stars as sorority snob Chanel Oberlin, who rules over the Kappa House at Wallace University -- the most sought after sorority on campus.
Photos: 'Scream Queens' Season 1
"Good evening, idiot hookers!" she tells her incoming pledge class.
And with that… all hell breaks loose.
More: See The First 'Scream Queens' Teaser
A campus killer targeting the ladies of Kappa launches a whodunit that is ...
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We were given a taste of the hilarious, horror-filled insanity of Scream Queens in the first 30-second promo for the show that came out earlier this month. However, the series’ new, full-length trailer, which has a running time of about three minutes, gives us an even longer and closer look at Emma Roberts’ Chanel, Skyler Samuels’ Grace, and Lea Michele’s Hester and the college that they attend. And after getting over two minutes more of extra footage, I’d still use the same two words that I did before to describe the series: “delightfully absurd.” Scream Queens appears to be a mix of the wackier humor of Glee‘s early seasons and some of the less graphic violence of American Horror Story. It’s big, brash, campy, and full of witty one-liners. It’s quintessential Ryan Murphy, and it looks like it could be a lot of fun. Produced by Murphy, »
- Chris King
The “Scream Queens” have made their official debut.
The first full-length trailer for Ryan Murphy’s upcoming Fox show was released Tuesday, after being teased at Fox’s upfront presentation last week.
Murphy confirmed during upfronts that one of the show leads, who include Lea Michele, Emma Roberts, Jamie Lee Curtis, Abigail Breslin, Keke Palmer and Skyler Samuels, will ultimately be ID’d as the show’s killer who’s been wrecking havoc on a college campus.
“At least one character will be killed off in every episode,” he said.
The show 15-episode season is slated to premiere in Sept., airing Tuesdays on Fox’s fall schedule.
- Maane Khatchatourian
"I think all these sororities are evil, but that house... is truly dangerous." A new, full-length trailer for Ryan Murphy's Scream Queens TV series has been released, teasing the hazing and horrors to come, including a death-by-lawnmower scene.
The 15-episode debut season of Scream Queens premieres this fall on Fox:
"The girls of Kappa House are dying for new pledges. Scream Queens is a new killer comedy-horror series from Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan, the Emmy- and Golden Globe Award-winning executive producers of Glee and “American Horror Story.”
Wallace University is rocked by a string of murders. Kappa House, the most sought-after sorority for pledges, is ruled with an iron fist (in a pink glove) by its Queen Bitch, Chanel Oberlin (Emma Roberts, “American Horror Story: Freak Show,” “Scream 4”). But when anti-Kappa Dean Munsch (Jamie Lee Curtis, “Halloween,” “A Fish Called Wanda,” “True Lies”) decrees »
- Derek Anderson
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