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"American Horror Story: Freak Show" and "Parks and Recreation" top the 12th Annual Gold Derby TV Award nominations. Ryan Murphy's horror anthology picked up a whopping 11 nominations for its fourth installment, up from seven last year for "Coven," while "Parks and Rec" contends for nine awards for its farewell season, way up from the four bids it received last year. (Click here for the complete history of the Gold Derby Awards.) -Break- Happy with the Gold Derby Award nominations? Outraged? Sound off in our forums These nominations were decided by hundreds of users selecting their favorites across 28 categories spanning comedy, drama, longform, variety, reality and animation. You can vote for the winners right now. To register and cast your ballot, Click Here and then click on the Gold Derby TV Awards 2015 button in the "Choose an Event" box. To select winners in each category, select One nominee and move it from. »
“Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” star Michael Shannon is joining the cast of the upcoming “Long Day’s Journey Into Night” on Broadway. Jessica Lange, John Gallagher Jr. and Gabriel Byrne have already been cast in the new revival of Eugene O’Neill’s domestic drama, which will be directed by Jonathan Kent. It is produced by the Roundabout Theater Company in association with Ryan Murphy. Shannon, an Oscar nominee for “Revolutionary Road” who previously appeared on Broadway in the 2012 dramedy “Grace” opposite Paul Rudd, will play the womanizing, alcoholic oldest son of the Tyrone family of actors. Also read: 'The King of. »
- Reid Nakamura
Hey Creeps! Did you fiendish ghouls check out the 2014 reboot of proto-slasher classic The Town That Dreaded Sundown? Let me tell ya, that fright flick was the gruesome goods! And ‘cuz I dug the flick so damn much, I was pleased as poison punch to have the opportunity to put the screws to the film’s die-rector, Alfonso Gomez-Rejon!
Famous Monsters. With all of the reboot/remake/sequel action goin’ on in the horror biz, were you nervous to do a new take on such a cult classic flick?
Alfonso Gomez-Rejon. It wasn’t a remake, so I wasn’t scared. It was an original film that paid homage to Charles E. Pierce’s classic. I wasn’t trying to remake it, it was a character as important a character as anyone else in the story. It was a movie about a town defined by a movie. It wasn’t »
News come by way of TV Line, who reports that Campbell’s role will be that of a fashion editor who will seemingly go “head to head” with Lady Gaga. Entering its fifth season, Ryan Murphy’s dark and twisted anthology series has only grown in popularity with each new chapter, and the fact that it has the clout to attract true star power in the form of Gaga and Campbell is a testimony to its success on FX.
What will really get fans intrigued, though, is that Campbell’s editor will reportedly “pay the ultimate price for her critiques,” and many of her scenes – due to begin filming next week – will include both Gaga and series veteran Angela Bassett. In a post via Twitter, Campbell expressed her excitement about joining the fray. »
- Michael Briers
Supermodel Naomi Campbell has joined American Horror Story: Hotel “American Horror Story” is set to get an English supermodel makeover as TVLine reports Naomi Campbell will become the latest victim to check into “American Horror Story: Hotel.” “Hotel” represents the fifth installment in Ryan Murphy’s horror anthology series and is also set to star fellow Ahs…
- Max Evry
While Jessica Lange will not be returning to American Horror Story for season five, we do know who will be featured on the next installment of Ryan Murphy's horror anthology, which is themed "Hotel." Several actors whom Murphy has worked with on smaller parts on American Horror Story have been added, and Lily Rabe and Naomi Campbell are the latest to join. Stay tuned for more casting, and in the meantime, catch up on everything else we know about season five so far and watch the first teaser! »
Pretty soon there won't be any more room in that Hotel. Naomi Campbell has joined the ever-growing list of cast members checking into American Horror Story: Hotel, and she's already got enemies before even one episode airs. TV Line was the first to report news of the casting, as well as the fact that Campbell's character will be playing a fashion editor who ends up paying the ultimate price for her fashion critiques. She'll be facing off against Lady Gaga's character, who Ryan Murphy has said is involved with fashion and will be playing a villainous role this season. If Campbell's TV faceoffs are becoming a thing, we are totally here for it. Watching her spar »
The actress-supermodel is checking into American Horror Story: Hotel for a multi-episode arc, TVLine has learned exclusively.
VideosAmerican Horror Story Video: Gaga’s Claws Come Out in First Hotel Promo
Campbell — who starts shooting next week — will play a fashion editor who pays the ultimate price for her critiques. In addition to Gaga, she will also have scenes with returning Ahs alum Angela Bassett.
Campbell joins a swelling Hotel guest list that includes »
Rob Morrow has inked with Untitled Entertainment. The Northern Exposure alum recently appeared in the miniseries Texas Rising and on Inside Amy Schumer. Next up are a couple of projects for FX: a guest spot on Denis Leary’s freshman comedy Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll and playing Barry “How About That, Mr. Fung?” Scheck in The People Vs. O.J. Simpson, the first installment in Ryan Murphy’s upcoming true-crime anthology series American Crime Story. Morrow continues to be repped by… »
Another American Horror Story alum has signed on for the show’s newest season, Hotel, and Ryan Murphy wasn’t even the one to tweet out this casting announcement. According to EW.com (and then seemingly confirmed by the show’s Twitter), Ahs veteran Lily Rabe will appear in the latest season of the horror anthology series, playing a character that will be reportedly be a serial killer (because every season of American Horror Story needs at least one of those). Currently starring in ABC’s summer drama The Whispers, Rabe is certainly no stranger to the American Horror Story universe. Not only is she an alum of the FX series, but she has appeared in every season of the show up until this point, reprising her Season 2 role as Sister Mary Eunice in last fall’s Freak Show, playing the ghost of insane mother Nora Montgomery in Season 1’s Murder House, »
- Chris King
The title of Ryan Murphy’s new horror comedy series “Scream Queens” just may refer to the four girls at the center of the show, and a new series of videos introduces audiences to the Chanels. Emma Roberts stars as Chanel Oberlin, who’s such a Queen Bee that she named her clique and her three best friends after herself. “She’s a bitch, for lack of a better word,” Roberts said in her video. She’s flanked by Chanel #2, played by Ariana Grande, who’s described by the star as “the safest, least daring one of the group,” Chanel #3, played by newcomer Billie. »
- Linda Ge
Might one more American Horror Story veteran be making a reservation in this fall’s Hotel?
Lily Rabe, who has so far appeared in every installment of the FX anthology series, is in talks to return for its upcoming fifth season.
Rabe would play a famous serial killer who has stayed at the titular hotel, EW.com reports, and the series seemingly confirmed the casting Wednesday in a tweet.
The actress, meanwhile, has kept busy with a leading role on ABC’s summer drama The Whispers. »
When Scream Queens debuts in September, it'll introduce a fresh brand of hell to college Greek life with the ladies of Kappa Kappa Tau. They're called the Chanels, after their "bitch" of a tyrant, Chanel Oberlin (Emma Roberts), whom we get a closer look at in a new series of character profiles. As Roberts puts it lightly, she's not exactly "warm and fuzzy." We also meet the rest of her mean-girl clique, starting with Ariana Grande's Chanel No. 2. Creator Ryan Murphy felt Grande might enjoy the role because she's into all that "messed-up horror, Gothic, crazy, weird stuff." And then there's Chanel Nos. 3 and 5 (the fate, or even existence, of Chanel No. 4 remains a mystery). They're the Gretchen and Karen of the group, played by Billie Lourd and Abigail Breslin, just two of the many "super-good-looking and chill" sociopaths you'll presumably love to hate this fall. »
- Dee Lockett
Allow us to introduce you to the Chanels, the similarly named mean girls at the center of executive producer Ryan Murphy’s new horror series on Fox, “Scream Queens” — come fall, you’ll be dying to be part of their clique.
Emma Roberts stars as Chanel Oberlin, the queen bee of Kappa Kappa Tau. “She isn’t exactly the nicest person, definitely not warm and fuzzy,” says Roberts. “She’s a b—-, for lack of a better word.” Never fear, though, Roberts promises there’s still plenty of humor in store. “‘Scream Queens’ is horror, but it’s a dark comedy,” she adds. “We were surprised by how funny the script is.”
Ariana Grande plays sorority sister Chanel #2. “She’s a loyal friend… she’s the most timid of the group,” says Grande. “She might be the safest, least daring one of the group.”
What’s Chanel #2’s goal? »
- Debra Birnbaum
The breadth of costumes displayed from 24 popular television shows at the Television Academy and Fidm’s ninth annual “Outstanding Art of Television Costume Design” exhibition launch on Saturday seemed to visibly depict exactly why a crucial change to the 2015 Emmy costume categories — grouping work by period rather than show format — was implemented.
“There were always two categories; we just shifted from genre to costume type,” said the Television Academy’s Costume Design & Supervision Peer Group governor Sue Bub of the new groupings, which will recognize outstanding costumes in “period/fantasy” and “contemporary” categories, rather than under “series” and “miniseries/movie” umbrellas. Instituted so as to give contemporary shows “a more balanced opportunity and playing field” in an arena populated by a growing number of period pieces, Bub was happily able to decree, “There will be at least one contemporary show that will win an Emmy this year.”
That show could »
- Jasmin Rosemberg
Orange Is the New Black star Uzo Aduba and So You Think You Can Dance host Cat Deeley announced the 2015 Emmy nominations this morning. Spoiler alert: they were both nominated, along with Jon Hamm for Mad Men, Taraji P. Henson for Empire, Amy Schumer for Inside Amy Schumer, and Anthony Anderson for Black-ish. There are a few double nominees and a ton of first-timers, making this year's race already one of the most exciting in a while - not to mention the fact that Game of Thrones has a whopping 24 nominations. Take a look at the full list below! Outstanding Drama Series Better Call Saul Downton Abbey Game of Thrones Homeland House of Cards Mad Men Orange Is the New Black Outstanding Comedy Series Louie Modern Family Parks and Recreation Silicon Valley Transparent Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Veep Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series Kyle Chandler, Bloodline Jeff Daniels, The Newsroom Jon Hamm, »
“He trusts his gut more than most actors do.” Finn Wittrock is talking about American Horror Story: Freak Show co-creator Ryan Murphy, who selected him actor to play the sociopath rich brat Dandy Mott after playing a dying AIDS patient in the HBO movie The Normal Heart. The roles couldn’t be different. Ask Wittrock, “How did Murphy know you could go dark?” and the actor is dumbfounded. Murphy also had a similar instinct with actress Sarah Paulson, who started off playing… »
Richard T. Jones has joined the cast of "American Horror Story: Hotel," the next installment in the hit Ryan Murphy FX franchise. Per Deadline, Jones has booked an 8-episode arc playing L.A. homicide Detective Hahn. The actor joins the returning Angela Bassett, as well as other series regulars like Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, and Kathy Bates. Newbies include Lady Gaga and Cheyenne Jackson. Bassett joins fellow Ahs alum Sarah Paulson, Kathy Bates, Evan Peters, Wes Bentley, Chloë Sevigny and Matt Bomer in the cast of "Hotel," along with newcomers Lady Gaga and . As has been the case for previous season, little is known at this time about »
- Tambay A. Obenson
Richard T. Jones has joined the cast of "American Horror Story: Hotel," the next installment in the hit Ryan Murphy FX franchise. Per Deadline, Jones has booked an 8-episode arc playing L.A. homicide Detective Hahn. The actor joins the returning Angela Bassett, as well as other series regulars like Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, and Kathy Bates. Newbies include Lady Gaga and Cheyenne Jackson. Bassett joins fellow Ahs alum Sarah Paulson, Kathy Bates, Evan Peters, Wes Bentley, Chloë Sevigny and Matt Bomer in the cast of "Hotel," along with newcomers Lady Gaga and . As has been the case for previous season, little is known at this time about what story the next season of Ahs will tell, and what roles each of the above actors will play. Production of the 13-episode "Hotel" begins in Los Angeles this summer, and will air on FX in October. On Jones' slate includes the Will Smith drama "Concussion" which. »
- Tambay A. Obenson
“My wife had the [live stream] up, and I was like, ‘Ugh. This is too much suspense. Just tell me if I got one or not. I can’t deal with watching this,’ the actor recounts to TVLine. “So I made some scrambled eggs and coffee and then suddenly I heard her let out this joyful scream: ‘You got it!'”
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