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There are two kinds of people in the world: those who love scary movies and TV shows, and the rest of us, who'd prefer to change the channel when the promos for said scary stuff comes on. I am from the latter group, a scaredy-cat who dreaded sleepovers because other people liked to watch horror movies, and as an adult, someone who took a few seasons to watch True Blood. That's why it might surprise you to find out that I watched American Horror Story last season - though it was a trying experience, to say the least. But I made it through, and now I live to tell the tale - in GIFs! Come with me on my journey of bravely watching one of the scariest shows on TV. Source: FX »
- Shannon Vestal
Comic-Con was plagued by a strange set of voodoo dolls, which popped up around the main convention center by 'A.' The string dolls were found in random hotel bedroms and lobbies filled with Comic-Con attendees. They were also spotted near The Walking Dead booth on the convention floor and hanging from the popular pedestrian bridge, and sidewalks down Fifth Street, leading to Comic-Con.
Mystery Voodoo Dolls Found At Comic-Con
The dolls came with a small thumb drive and had “Malum Est” written on their bodies. When connected, the drive directs the lucky recipient to a choppy video, where the same “Malum Est” phrase is clearly seen. It is unclear where, exactly, these dolls were found. Journalist Emma Loggins posted a photo of a voodoo doll she found at the convention, writing, “Found a creepy #voodoo doll today at #sdcc.”
The video does not, however, say what exactly it is promoting. »
It looks like Sons of Anarchy might be ending on a high note — literally.
I'll be appearing on an episode of my favorite show @SonsofAnarchy! Thank you so much @Harparbar & @sutterink #Soafx http://t.co/YlyvosTYuw—
Lea Michele (@msleamichele) July 28, 2014
TVLine has learned that Michele will appear in the Oct. 14 episode as Gertie, a truck stop waitress and single mom who connects with Gemma during a difficult time. »
American Horror Story is returning in October with an entirely new theme: Freak Show. We've been collecting details about the ever-growing cast and upcoming plotlines for months, and the producers just revealed some great stuff during Summer TCA and Comic-Con. Here's everything we know, from the characters to the new cast members! It will be (mostly) set in the 1950s, in Jupiter, Fl. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Murphy confirmed, "It's set in 1950. If you look historically [at] what happened in the year 1950 - there's some more clues in that year. It's a period piece." Later he claimed to EW, "It's a combination of two time periods, with the main one being the 1950s." At PaleyFest, Murphy said that even though the season is set in Florida, it will shoot in New Orleans. Jessica Lange will be back - and German. "Jessica Lange playing a German ex-pat who is managing »
- Maggie Pehanick
“The Good Wife’s” Mike Colter, who plays troublemaker Lemond Bishop to Julianna Margulies’ Alicia Florrick, will be returning to the popular CBS drama for season six, sources confirm to Variety exclusively.
In season five, the character supported Alicia’s new firm — where he was seen with Alicia’s newly appointed governor husband Peter Florrick (Chris Noth). CBS would not confirm plot details for this season.
- Whitney Friedlander
Hot off the American Horror Story: Freak Show plot details, we're rounding up the ever-growing cast of the next season - including John Carroll Lynch, the latest star announced by Ryan Murphy. FX's horror hit is never the same two seasons in a row, but it does feature some of the same actors in new roles, and we already know Sarah Paulson's new look is a unique one. Take a look at who is coming to town for the Freak Show! »
- Maggie Pehanick
With Comic-Con going down in San Diego over the past few days it was always going to be a big week for announcements, rumours and spoilers surrounding forthcoming film releases and the next seasons of everyone’s favourite television shows. Comic-Con has now drawn to a close for another year and it certainly didn’t disappoint. A wealth of new information has become available and as usual WhatCulture.com is here to separate the wheat from the chaff and give you the entertainment information you need to know.
Unsurprisingly Comic-Con brought with it a wealth of information about forthcoming superhero movies. Potential spoilers were revealed about X-Men: Apocalypse, Avengers and Guardians of the Galaxy. The super-news wasn’t exclusive to Marvel titles either; some enticing casting information may have been let slip regarding who we may be seeing play DC’s Shazam.
Comic-Con was by no means the only »
- Sam Heard
We finally know who's playing who in the new season of American Horror Story. Find out here...
No teaser clips or trailers were premiered for forthcoming FX series American Horror Story: Freak Show at San Diego Comic-Con 2014, but the panel did contain plenty of tasty casting and character tidbits about the new fifties-set series.
As is customary on American Horror Story, a reperatory cast including Jessica Lange, Sarah Paulson, Kathy Bates, Angela Bassett, Emma Roberts and more is returning in all-new roles for the new season. Below are the details released so far of who's playing whom:
Kathy Bates is...
...Ethel Darling. The mother to freak show performer Jimmy, and second wife of freak show strongman Dell Toledo, and a performer in her own right.
Jessica Lange is...
... Elsa Mars, a German expatriate and the manager of one of America's last remaining freak shows in Jupiter, Fla.
Sarah Paulson is. »
Many television shows made their way to Comic-Con this summer, and they brought brand new trailers with them.
Comic-Con TV Trailers
Arrow premiered its first look at the superhero-show’s upcoming third season during the Arrow Comic-Con panel. The trailer teases at Oliver and Felicity’s first date – a hot topic over at the convention. Arrow Season 3 will premiere Tuesday, Oct. 7 on The CW.
Person of Interest gave fans a taste of Season 4 in their Comic-Con reel, which also featured a few highlights from the show’s explosive third season. Person of Interest returns Tuesday, Sept. 23 at 10 p.m. on CBS.
The Originals new trailer hints at another crazy year for New Orleans' vampires, hybrids and witches. Season 2 premieres Monday, Oct. 6 at 8 p.m. on The CW:
Constantine, the new NBC drama based on the graphic novel, unveiled a new trailer for it’s premiere airing Friday, Oct 24 at 10 p. »
American Horror Story hit Comic-Con for the first time on Saturday night, where they announced the stars set for season 4 Freak Show.
Ahs: Freak Show Cast Reveals Characters
The anthology series’ fourth season will focus on the last American freak show in 1950’s Florida. Returning cast members include Jessica Lange, Kathy Bates, Angela Bassett, Frances Conroy, Sarah Paulson, Emma Roberts, Evan Peters and Denis O’Hare. New cast members Michael Chiklis (The Shield), Wes Bentley (The Hunger Games) and Finn Wittrock (The Normal Heart) are joining the Ahs troupe.
Let the #FreakShow begin! pic.twitter.com/wHyFN7Fr4K
— Emma Roberts (@RobertsEmma) July 27, 2014
Roberts will play Maggie, Paulson will star as Bette and Dot Tattler while Bates will play Effil Darling, and Chiklis will play her ex-husband, Wendell Del Toreado, who is now married to Bassett’s Desiere Dupree. Peters is playing Jimmy Darling, son of Bates’ Effil and »
What doesn’t send you to the grave you makes you stronger. So, perhaps Sons of Anarachy showrunner Kurt Sutter (and a handful of his characters) will develop superhuman strength when FX hit wraps filming on its seventh and final season later this year.
“Eighty-nine percent of my family think that this season will kill me,” Sutter noted during the show’s panel Sunday at San Diego Comic-Con.
Odds are even higher, though, that several series regulars will perish before the tale of Samcro »
According to a recent report from TV Line, the American Horror Story season 4: Freak Show spoiler panel arrived at the major 2014 Comic-Con event in San Diego,CA and finally dished out all the character names that will be portrayed by each star. Before they dished out the names of each character, executive producer, Tim Minear, made the following statement: "I can tell you this, which is not much: It’s the best season so far. It’s not like the first three seasons.” From there, the cast revealed their character names. Emma Roberts is playing Maggie. Sarah Paulson is playing Bette and Dot Tattler. Kathy Bates is playing Effil Darling. Chiklis is playing Wendell del Tolito. Angela Bassett is playing Desiree Dupre. Evan Peters is playing Jimmy Darling. Jessica Lange, who was not present, is playing Elsa Mars. Peters’ character is the son of Chiklis’ character, while Bassett is »
This Week in TV:
A teaser trailer for the final season of Boardwalk Empire has been released; season 1 of The Flash will include the DC villain Plastique; American Horror Story: Freak Show has added Finn Wittrock (All My Children) to its cast; a Kickstarter campaign for a Free Enterprise TV series has been launched; and FX has passed on the comedy pilot How and Why from Charlie Kaufman (Adaptation).
With Boardwalk Empire nearing its season 5 premiere, HBO released a teaser trailer giving fans a taste of what’s coming during the show’s final season. Check it out below.
With only eight episodes to work with in Boardwalk‘s final run, series creator Terrance Winter will have to wrap things up quickly, and as always when it comes to the ending of a beloved and highly respected drama, ...
Click to continue reading TV News Wrap Up: ‘Boardwalk Empire’ Final Season Trailer, »
- Daniel Johnson
Comic-Con welcomed the cast of Ryan Murphy’s American Horror Story: Coven for the first time since the anthology premiered on October 2011. The hour opened with a video presentation that highlighted the season in its entirety before the cast was brought on stage. Those in attendance were executive producer Tim Minear and cast members: Angela Bassett, Kathy Bates, Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Emma Roberts, and the newest actor to join the Ahs family, Michael Chiklis. The FX drama is known for pushing the boundaries when it comes to violence and horror, and based on what was discussed in Saturday’s panel, the next installment will be taking that up a notch or two. The laughs abounded among the cast members and the audience as they thought back to Coven’s most memorable scenes. And while Bates joked that Murphy is quite difficult to work with, the consensus was that the »
- Elena Butler
The Freak Show doesn't begin until October, but American Horror Story took Comic-Con by storm on Saturday, July 26 and revealed some key details including people, places and names. Sarah Paulson, Kathy Bates, Emma Roberts and Angela Bassett made their Comic-Con debut alongside their costar veterans Evan Peters and Michael Chiklis. Executive producer Tim Minear was on hand to reveal details including character names and the big bad played by Body of Proof and The Americans veteran John Carroll Lynch. Think Rubber Man and Bloody Face, but worse. Yep, nightmares already. Roberts shared the above photo prior to American Horror Story's first-ever panel. More: FX boss on the new season of Ahs In »
American Horror Story made its first appearance at San Diego Comic-Con this year, but true to form, they were chary with the details about the upcoming season currently in production, Freak Show. But at the very least, we now know more about the characters, including the fact that the villain, to be played by Fargo's John Carroll Lynch, will rival Rubber Man, Bloody Face, and the Minotaur from the previous three seasons in terms of pure horror. "He will scare the shit out of you," said executive producer Tim Minear at a Saturday Comic-Con panel.Here are some other tidbits: Jessica Lange (who wasn't there because she was shooting Wild Oats in Spain) will play Elsa Mars, the head of the freak show. The show is set in Jupiter, Florida, in the 1950s. As for the rest of the cast: Kathy Bates will play Ethel Darling with Evan Peters »
- E. Alex Jung
Another huge story broke late last night that’s keeping me from enjoying the beautiful weather outside (I do it for you!). Saturday night hosted the San Diego Comic-Con panel for FX’s “American Horror Story” where they revealed the entire cast for the fourth season of FX’s anthology series. Here’s who’s joining the “Freak Show”, courtesy […] »
One of the better games of the last few years The Last of Us is on track for a film adaptation. Now the long history of games-to-films is a mixed bag of success, Mortal Kombat flopped, Resident Evil smashed it, though had nothing to do with the original games except for the zombies. One of the more true game-to-film adaptations is the first Silent Hill, though that was too out-there for the regular viewing public. This bittersweet history will have some fans of the game worrying what will happen to their beloved Ellie and Joel.
The news from this week’s San Diego Comic Com might just ease some of those nerves though as one of the game directors Neil Druckman will produce alongside Mr Evil Dead, Sam Raimi. Druckman will have a large degree of creative control, meaning the story shouldn’t veer too far away from the original »
- Kat Smith
TV isn’t what it used to be. With production costs spiralling upwards, more furiously engaged fandoms and a shift towards “binge-watch” culture, there has never been a better time to be a fan of the small screen.
And as we’re on the verge of hitting the midway point of the decade there really is no better time than now to take a gander back and see what televised treats have been wowing us for the last five (ish) years. But before you get ahead of yourselves with the guessing and the surmising, this humble feature is celebrating programs that began to air from 2010 onwards, so as good as they were, save your vocal defence of the likes of Breaking Bad, Mad Men, Deadwood, The Wire and Battlestar Galactica for elsewhere.
Looking back, the 10s have been a veritable proving ground of exciting new shows. There’s been comedy (New Girl, »
- Shaun Davis
Overall "American Horror Story: Coven" was a bit lacking, but with word coming out of the show's Sdcc panel that its successor, "Freak Show," will be home to a new villain who rivals Season 1's Rubber Man, "Asylum's" Bloody Face, and "Coven's" Minotaur, color us curious.
Several of the other cast members' full character names were revealed during the Saturday evening event: Emma Roberts is Maggie; Sarah Paulson is Siamese twins Bette and Dot Tattler; Michael Chiklis is Wendell del Toredo; Angela Bassett is Wendell's wife, »
- Debi Moore
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