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AMC's tech startup drama Halt and Catch Fire is set to return with its second season on Sunday, May 31st at 10 Pm. Set in the '80s, the series stars Lee Pace, Scoot McNairy, Mackenzie Davis and Kerry Bishé, and offers an insiders perspective on the personal computer revolution. The second season picks up in early 1985, and centers on Donna (Bishé) and Cameron's (Davis) tech startup, built on the foundation of the internet. Meanwhile, Joe (Pace), Gordon (McNairy) and Bosworth (Toby Huss) deal with the fallout from season one. The second season also stars Aleksa Palladino (Boardwalk Empire) as Sara Wheeler. Recurring roles this season include James Cromwell (American Horror Story: Asylum) as Jacob Wheeler and Mark O’Brien (The Republic of Doyle) as Tom Rendon. [caption id="attachment_323233" align="alignright" width="360"] Image via AMC[/caption] Executive producer and series showrunner Jonathan Lisco commented on Halt and Catch Fire season 2, To our passionate core audience and »
- Haleigh Foutch
Picture it: Germany, 1989. (Yes, the first four words of this American Idol recap are inspired by The Golden Girls‘ incomparable Sophia Petrillo.)
Knight Rider star David Hasselhoff is performing a partial striptease in the one country that’s embraced his pop-star aspirations as warmly as they’ve accepted sauerkraut and spätzle on their dinner tables. He’s shaking what his mama gave him and belting some of the decade’s biggest hits: “Walking on Sunshine.” “Crazy Little Thing Called Love.” “Let’s Dance.”
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Chloe Sevigny is the latest American Horror Story alum tapped to join the cast of the latest season – Ahs: Hotel. Chloe Sevigny Joins ‘Ahs: Hotel’ Ryan Murphy announced Sevigny’s casting in American Horror Story: Hotel on Twitter Tuesday. Very excited to announce that Chloe Sevigny returns to the Ahs family as a series regular on […]
- Chelsea Regan
You had to sense, as each minute of this week’s Justified ticked by, that something major was going to happen come 10:55 pm. That there would be a betrayal, and or a dead body (or dead bodies), and or a significant reversal of fortune for someone.
Yet out of the multiple scenarios that my brain bandied about throughout the hour, the actual twist that arrived is not one I quite considered.
Coming out of last week’s botched breach of Markham’s vault, Boyd still is looking to steal »
Taking place in the late 1970s, Season 2 — a prequel to Season 1 that stars Patrick Wilson as a younger version of Keith Carradine’s Lou Solverson — is set against “the cultural transformation that was going on at that time,” as well as Reagan’s first campaign for President of the United States, previewed FX Networks CEO John Landgraf back in January. »
More fresh-ish faces are jumping onboard with Chloe Sevigny for American Horror Story: Hotel. She is the latest star to become attache after the big shake up with casting was announced a week or so ago. Chloe who is known as the bad wife on Big Love did play a nymphomaniac on their American Horror Story: Asylum season. Like most of her co-stars, not much has been addressed about how or where they will fit in on the show yet. We expect we will find out more in the late summer of this year.
I am glad that Chloe is returning back to TV. It will be different seeing her in this role as I am used to her Big Love style character. However, it is good to see her expand her wings and remind the world that she can play someone other than that trademark character. After all, we »
- Sarah Peel
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Ausiello: We asked Stephen Amell to ID his favorite moment from this Wednesday’s wedded hour, and he offered this: “I have a great scene with Emily [Bett Rickards] in the latter part of that episode where we’re really at odds with one another,” he previews. »
Last week, we reported that Emmy-winning actress Jessica Lange will not be back for Season 5 of American Horror Story, which we reported in January will be called American Horror Story: Hotel. Over the past week, series creator Ryan Murphy has confirmed two new casting additions through his official Twitter page, Chloë Sevigny and Wes Bentley. Of course, no character details were given at this time.
Both actors have appeared on previous seasons of American Horror Story. Chloë Sevigny starred in Season 2, American Horror Story: Aslyum, as Briarcliff Aslyum's Shelly, a nymphomaniac who was committed by her husband. Wes Bentley portrayed Edward Mordrake, a two-faced ghost who collected the souls of tortured carnival performers in Season 4, American Horror Story: Freak Show. They join a cast that also includes Lady Gaga, Matthew Bomer and Cheyenne Jackson.
Aside from the American Horror Story: Hotel title, very little is known about Season »
Writer/director Ryan Murphy and Connie Britton must have enjoyed working together on American Horror Story because the duo are collaborating again on his upcoming Ahs companion series American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson.
Last night Murphy tweeted the news saying, “Excited to announce my friend Connie Britton will play Faye Resnick” in the first season of his upcoming, highly-anticipated true crime miniseries. If you can remember that far back, Resnick was a friend of Nicole Brown Simpson who, as a result of her reported drug-related debts, became involved in the case when O.J.’s defense team argued they prompted hit men to murder Simpson and Goldman.
Britton is now the second American Horror Story vet, along with Sarah Paulson (to play Marcia Clark), to join the show. Also onboard for the series are David Schwimmer playing Simpson’s good friend and attorney Robert Kardashian, Courtney B. Vance as Johnnie Cochran, »
- William Fanelli
It seems as though the next season of Ryan Murphy’s FX anthology series American Horror Story is accruing cast members at an alarming rate. The last week alone has witnessed the departure of fan favorite Jessica Lange, whose four season stint has finally reached its end, and the arrival of Matt Bomer, Cheyenne Jackson and Wes Bentley.
Those three newcomers all made brief appearances on the show in the past, and have since been bumped up to starring roles. It seems as if Murphy is intent on mining previous seasons for cast members, as today brings news that Chloe Sevigny has signed on to appear in American Horror Story‘s fifth season – Hotel.
The actress made her first appearance in the show during its second season, Asylum. A brief guest-starring role, her arc as Shelley the nymphomaniac turned – as most things often do in Ahs – ugly pretty quickly. She »
- Gem Seddon
After a gruesome turn as incarcerated nymphomaniac Shelley in American Horror Story‘s second season, Asylum, actor Chloë Sevigny (Kids, Big Love) will return to the series as a regular on the upcoming, Hotel. Series co-creator Ryan Murphy wrote today via Twitter, “Very excited to announce that Chloe Sevigny returns to the Ahs family as a series regular on ‘Ahs: Hotel.'”…
- Samuel Zimmerman
Two Chloe Sevigny stories in one day? The chick’s on a roll, we tell ya! Ryan Murphy checked in on Twitter to make the announcement that Sevigny will be returning to the “American Horror Story” family for “American Horror Story:… Continue Reading →
- Steve Barton
The actress, who had a recurring role in season two of the anthology series, “Asylum,” will be a series regular in the fifth installment, “American Horror Story: Hotel.”
In true Ryan Murphy form, the show creator made the announcement Tuesday on Twitter:
— Ryan Murphy (@MrRPMurphy) March 24, 2015
Murphy previously worked with Bomer on HBO’s “Normal Heart,” “Glee” and “The New Normal.” Bomer appeared on “American Horror Story: Freak Show,” the same season in which Bentley starred, as Edward Mordrake. Jackson had a recurring arc on “Glee.”
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
Chloe Sevigny will appear as a series regular in the upcoming season of “American Horror Story: Hotel,” executive producer Ryan Murphy announced in a tweet Tuesday morning. “Very excited to announce that Chloe Sevigny returns to the Ahs family as a series regular on ‘Ahs: Hotel,'” he wrote. Also Read: Matt Bomer to Star in Ryan Murphy’s ‘American Horror Story: Hotel’ Very excited to announce that Chloe Sevigny returns to the Ahs family as a series regular on “Ahs: Hotel.” — Ryan Murphy (@MrRPMurphy) March 24, 2015 Sevigny previously appeared in the series’ second season, “Ahs: Asylum,” in which she played nymphomaniac Shelley. »
- L.A. Ross
Chloë Sevigny is returning to American Horror Story. Sevigny last appeared on the second season, American Horror Story: Asylum, as a recurring, playing a nymphomaniac. Ryan Murphy tweeted this morning that she’s joined the cast of American Horror Story: Hotel as a series regular. No word yet on her character. Very excited to announce that Chloe Sevigny returns to the Ahs family as a series regular on "Ahs: Hotel." — Ryan Murphy (@MrRPMurphy) March 24, 2015 She’ll… »
The Big Love alum, who played a nymphomaniac in Asylum, will be a series regular on the upcoming season, Murphy tweeted on Tuesday.
— Ryan Murphy (@MrRPMurphy) March 24, 2015
There are no »
Another American Horror Story alum has checked in to the Hotel. Chloe Sevigny, who had a recurring role in American Horror Story: Asylum, has signed on to the anthology series’ upcoming fifth season as a series regular. The news was announced by Ryan Murphy himself on Twitter earlier today. Sevigny joins an already impressive cast that includes Lady Gaga, Cheyenne Jackson, and fellow Horror Story vets Matt Bomer and Wes Bentley (who both appeared in last year’s Freak Show). There are no details yet on Sevigny’s character, but back in Season 2 of American Horror Story, she played Shelley, a nymphomaniac who was a patient at Briarcliff and was tortured by and experimented on by James Cromwell’s Dr. Arden. Sevigny’s other TV credits include Big Love, The Mindy Project, Hit & Miss, and, most recently, Netflix’s new drama series, Bloodline. As we get closer and closer to »
- Chris King
Jessica Lange might be out for American Horror Story: Hotel, but another former cast member is making a big return. Ryan Murphy just announced, via Twitter, that Chloë Sevigny has joined the cast of Hotel as a series regular. She last appeared on the show's second season, Asylum, playing a nymphomaniac. Lady Gaga, Matt Bomer, Cheyenne Jackson, and Wes Bentley have all previously been cast in the show's upcoming fifth season, and we can't wait to see what kind of deranged bellhop costumes Ryan Murphy puts them in. »
- Dee Lockett
Ryan Murphy continues to fill out the cast of American Horror Story: Hotel — and spill the beans himself on Twitter. The executive producer announced Tuesday morning that Chloe Sevigny is the latest to join the fifth iteration of the FX anthology, a return after she briefly appeared for a season two arc. It was a short but memorable turn for Sevigny, who played Shelley the nymphomaniac. This next installment of American Horror Story is shaping up to be quite a different one, casting wise. Though many of the faces are familiar, few
- Michael O'Connell
Ryan Murphy is firming up the cast for American Horror Story: Hotel with Chloe Sevigny. The American Horror Story: Asylum veteran will be a series regular in the upcoming fifth season of Ahs, Murphy announced. "Very excited to announce that Chloe Sevigny returns to the Ahs family as a series regular on Ahs: Hotel," he said on Twitter. The Big Love veteran joins Lady Gaga, Matt Bomer, Wes Bentley and Cheyenne Jackson in the cast so far. Longtime American Horror Story player Jessica Lange recently revealed she won't be returning to the fold for the fifth season. "Yes, I'm done," Lange told the audience at PaleyFest. "We've had a great run here. I have absolutely loved »
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