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With FX kicking off the promotion for American Horror Story: Hotel with the release of a first batch of images [see here], co-creator Ryan Murphy has been speaking to Entertainment Weekly about the anthology horror series, teasing two possible seasons in 2016, as well as the potential return of Jessica Lange.
“Next year we might do a fall American Horror Story and a spring,” states Murphy. “We’re doing something that we’ve never done before on the show where we’re doing two different groups of writers rooms. Some of our writers will be bouncing around but a whole different group coming in late August. The next thing we’re crafting up is very, very different than this. Not smaller. But just not opulent. More rogue and more dark.”
See Also: Two teasers for American Horror Story: Hotel
Meanwhile, asked whether Jessica Lange could return for a future season, Murphy responded that: »
- Gary Collinson
Ever since the anthology series American Horror Story began in 2011, we’ve gotten a single season each year, composed of 13 episodes (except the first season which only had 12 episodes). But that might change in 2016. In a recent interview, series creator and executive producer Ryan Murphy says that he and the writing team […]
The post ‘American Horror Story’ May Have Two Seasons in 2016 appeared first on /Film. »
- Ethan Anderton
It looks like Emma Roberts and Evan Peters are back together again! After calling off their engagement in June, Us Weekly reports that the pair has reconciled. The couple's romance was confirmed on Friday after the two stars were spotted grabbing dinner together at Katsuya in La last weekend. The duo has yet to confirm the exciting news. Emma and Evan began dating in 2012, and two years later, they got engaged over the holidays. Both stars appear on the hit FX show American Horror Story, while Emma is also set to star in Ryan Murphy's new TV series, Scream Queens, in the Fall. »
According to user MrAmerica in our TV forums, "Finn Wittrock's performance as Dandy Mott in 'American Horror Story Freak Show' is one for the record books … This should be a lock [for an Emmy]!" But as of this writing, Wittrock is in second place for Best Movie/Mini Supporting Actor, behind Bill Murray ("Olive Kitteridge"). Why are so many of us hesitant to predict such a showy turn in a program with so much TV academy support (19 total nominations for "Ahs")? Are we underestimating him? -Break- The rest of our forum posters chimed in with their thoughts. Read some of their comments below, and join them now to let us know what you think. Will Sarah Paulson's dual roles in 'American Horror Story' trump co-stars at Emmys? jhaddad: Being relatively unknown might hurt Wittrock but he delivers The best (and loudest) performance throughout every episode as opposed to Murray who doesn'. »
Jason George took the stage at a crowded Montage Beverly Hills patio area Thursday evening to mark the celebration of diversity in the 67th Annual Emmy Award nominations. The patio was filled with attendees involved in showbiz — most of whom are considered a minority of some kind.
The third Dynamic & Diverse event from the TV Academy brought people from the industry old and new to celebrate the occasion. “Grey’s Anatomy” regular George, chair of SAG-aftra’s Diversity Advisory Committee, made a speech that touched on the “Empire” effect — or as he likes to call it, the “Shonda Rhimes” effect — that snowballed into the 2015-16 season having the most diverse television content in years.
“Diversity is good business,” he started. It was a statement that he had made last year before series “Black-ish” and “Fresh Off the Boat” premiered. He continued, “I don’t know if we can do ‘All in the Family »
- Mannie Holmes
When the Emmy-awarding and undisputed fan-favorite Jessica Lange opted to forego an appearance in American Horror Story: Hotel, it was more in line with ‘I’ll see you soon’ rather than an out-and-out goodbye. The series stalwart had been a cornerstone of the gothic series up until last year’s Freak Show, though according to co-creator Ryan Murphy, it’s more a question of when, rather than if, Lange will return to the fray.
After four seasons in FX’s acclaimed series, Lange swapped gothic horror to walk the boards, appearing in Long Day’s Journey Into Night, which incidentally was produced by Murphy. Here, the co-creator offered his two cents on the chances of seeing Lange reprising her multi-faceted role in Ahs.
“I’ve been talking to her. It’s always possible. I’m trying to deal with her play schedule. Jessica is always about the character. She’ll »
- Michael Briers
Given the climbing success of the “American Horror Story” anthology series, with “American Horror Story: Freak Show” receiving 19 Primetime Emmy Award nominations this year, co-creator Ryan Murphy is considering producing two seasons in 2016. “Next year we might do a fall ‘American Horror Story’ and a spring,” Murphy told Entertainment Weekly. “We have to decide.” Murphy went on to tease upcoming changes to the Ahs writing team, hinting at darker and heavier projects. Also Read: 'American Horror Story: Hotel' Cast, Character Details Revealed “We’re doing something that we’ve never done before on the show where we »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
In addition to divulging a great deal of information about American Horror Story: Hotel, the new issue of Entertainment Weekly has a game-changing quote from creator Ryan Murphy: "Next year we might do a Fall American Horror Story and a Spring." I'm sorry - what? "We're doing something that we've never done before on the show where we're doing two different groups of writers rooms. Some of our writers will be bouncing around but a whole different group coming in late August. The next thing we're crafting up is very, very different than this. Not smaller. But just not opulent. More rogue and more dark." Back soon, our brains are exploding. »
Back on after breakup. After ending their engagement this past June, Emma Roberts and Evan Peters are back together, a source confirms exclusively to Us Weekly. The insider tells Us that the American Horror Story costars, who were spotted grabbing dinner together at West Hollywood hot spot Katsuya this past weekend, are indeed seeing each other again. Us confirmed this past June that Roberts, 24, and Peters, 28, had broken off their engagement after three years together. "They had been fighting," one insider told Us at the time [...] »
What cliches will American Horror Story: Hotel put a spin on this season? With each new season, American Horror Story has taken on a new theme, which is what has helped the anhtology series remain interesting and relevant since its inception. Not crazy about ghosts? Come back next season for Asylum stuff. Don’t like that? Take…
The post American Horror Story: Hotel – 20 Horror Tropes We Want to See appeared first on Shock Till You Drop. »
- Spencer Perry
Ryan Murphy will be honored at amfAR’s sixth annual Inspiration Gala, to be held Oct. 29 at Milk Studios in Los Angeles.
The “American Horror Story” creator will be feted with the Award of Inspiration, in recognition of his achievement in film and television and his commitment to the fight against AIDS. Among his many projects, Murphy also exec produced HBO’s “The Normal Heart,” an adaptation of Larry Kramer’s play depicting the AIDS crisis in 1980s New York.
“Everything about it was very personal for me,” he told Variety about making the movie. “I had lost a lot of friends growing up. I was of the generation that was coming of age when AIDS struck, so I also felt it was such a seminal piece of work that I wanted to get it right.”
Gwyneth Paltrow will be back to host the benefit, which raises money for AIDS research. »
- Janine Lew
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Murphy discussed the possibility of releasing not just the traditional fall season of the show, but an additional season in the spring. Yes, that's right -- there could be Two seasons of "Ahs" waiting for fans in 2016.
It's not a done deal yet, though Murphy sounds pretty excited about the prospect. As he tells EW, the "Ahs" writers room is already divided in two, with one of the groups already hard at work on the prospective double season plan -- which, of course, Murphy says will stand out from previous iterations of the show.
"We're doing something that we've never done before on the show where we're doing two different groups of writers rooms. »
- Katie Roberts
Speaking about the upcoming fifth season "American Horror Story: Hotel," Murphy tells EW that right now he and his team of writers are considering whether to do two seasons of the show a year - one in the second and one in its usual fourth quarter. He tells the mag:
"Next year we might do a fall American Horror Story and a spring. We have to decide. We're doing something that we've never done before on the show where we're doing two different groups of writers rooms. Some of our writers will be bouncing around but a whole different group coming in late August. The next thing we're crafting up is very, very different than this. Not smaller. But just not opulent. More rogue and more dark. »
- Garth Franklin
It’s a role she can really sink her teeth into! A source reveals in the new issue of Us Weekly that Lady Gaga will play a several-hundred-year-old bloodsucker in FX’s American Horror Story: Hotel. "Her character is the hotel owner and the mother of 10 identical vampires who are 8 years old," explains a show insider. “They’re played by children and are very creepy!” Show creator Ryan Murphy has said these aren't your typical bloodthirsty fiends, though — so don't expect Robert Pattinson in Twilight, or even old-school Dracula. [...] »
When word broke that American Horror Story Freak Show would be the final season in which Jessica Lange would enter Ryan Murphys morbid world of terror fans let out a collected sigh of disappointment. Lange is and has been the heart of the show right from the jump. This isnt a fact lost on Murphy who seems to miss the woman just as much as fans do. »
On last season of American Horror Story, we got to see how Freak Show connects to Asylum - the first time any two of creator Ryan Murphy's separate seasons are connected. Now we know that the next season, Hotel, will give us even more intersections, especially since its setting - La - is the same as the first season. The connection thing was kicked off when Murphy first revealed that all of American Horror Story's seasons are connected in an interview, so now we're eager to see how they tie together. Keep reading to see how the seasons are already connected. »
A rather interesting little tidbit regarding “American Horror Story: Hotel” has shown up over on Entertainment Weekly, who are reporting that according to Ryan Murphy, we haven’t see the last of series star Jessica Lange. “I’ve been talking to her,”… Continue Reading →
- Steve Barton
It's scary how much information we're getting about American Horror Story: Hotel this week. (See what I did there?) The latest issue of Entertainment Weekly features a ton of pictures of the new season, plus they revealed more information than ever about the plot. Star Lady Gaga has been tweeting out pictures from her photo shoot, and one in particular unveils a shocking detail about her character: the Countess is a mother! We are family. Meet my magical children. Hotel #Ahs pic.twitter.com/t3FO9j1NHJ — Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) August 27, 2015 That's right, Lady Gaga's character has her own little monsters. We knew the Countess drinks blood (though Murphy doesn't love the term "vampire"), and she has been in a sexy longterm relationship with Donovan (Matt Bomer), but this is the first time we're hearing about her bloodthirsty spawn. They're already terrifying. Related Stories: Ryan Murphy Confirms Jessica Lange »
Well, well, well. It appears Jessica Lange hasn't washed her hands clean of American Horror Story just yet. In addition to revealing a ton of new information about Hotel and the confirmation that season one's Murder House will appear on Hotel, the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly also contains a quote from Ryan Murphy about the (former) empress of his FX series. Lange, who has two Emmys and a Golden Globe for her performances on the show, announced her departure from American Horror Story at PaleyFest in March. Murphy talked about her decision to leave during the show's Summer TCA panel, but this is the first time he's confirmed her return. Here's the direct quote: "I've been talking to her. It's always possible. I'm trying to deal with her play schedule. Jessica is always about the character. She'll be back - she's not gone forever. But that's the fun and »
Hot on the heels of unleashing their American Horror Story: Hotel photos yesterday, EW is back with a new batch (see below) focused on Lady Gaga as The Countess, "a glamorous but deadly creature who sustains on a healthy diet of sex and blood." One photo in particular that stands out shows The Countess sitting next to three blood-slurping children, who The Countess has "kidnapped / adopted."
With popularity for FX's American Horror Story continuing to rise, showrunner Ryan Murphy told EW that airing two seasons—one in the fall and one in the spring—in the timespan of one year in the near future (beginning in 2016) could possibly happen. Stay tuned to Daily Dead for more updates on American Horror Story: Hotel, »
- Derek Anderson
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