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Smoke billowing from a secluded farmhouse. A demonic baby laying under a razor-sharp mobile. Gnarled hands grasping at someone’s ankles on a staircase. Yep, American Horror Story is doing it to us again.
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The FX horror anthology on Wednesday* released a series of teasers (via Snapchat), offering up new hints about the sixth installment’s theme, which is still very much under wraps. In fact, all we really know for sure is that Season 6 will be “set in two time periods,” per FX boss Jonathan Landgraf. »
American Horror Story fans have been working overtime this month to figure out as many details as possible about the hit show's upcoming sixth season. We've heard bits and pieces from show creator Ryan Murphy, and the chilling teasers released this week are shedding even more light on what the theme could be - most die-hard viewers are leaning toward a cult focus, while more theories have emerged speculating a forest theme. No matter the subject, Popsugar editors are admittedly getting weary with the Ahs breadcrumbs, which is why we've come up with a few of our own 100 percent possible season six ideas. Feel free to add to our list, because it's clear that with Murphy, literally anything is possible. American Horror Story: Horror American Horror Story: Delete Your Account American Horror Story: But We Have a Great Production Designer American Horror Story: The Teasers Are »
- Brittney Stephens
That sigh of relief you hear across town is from everyone who made it through the first round of the TV Academy’s Emmy voting. Now, the race begins in earnest to claim the small screen’s top trophies. We took a look at 11 key categories to break down the ones to beat, and the threats to watch out for, before voters cast their final ballots beginning Aug. 15.
HBO’s powerhouse “Game of Thrones” is once again the year’s most-nominated series with 23 noms (down only one from last year). It’ll be tough to beat the returning champ. Netflix’s “House of Cards” is second in overall noms for drama, with 13 (including eight for acting). The swan song season for PBS’ “Downton Abbey” nabbed 11, and though there may be some sentimental factor in voting for a series that never won top drama (it triumphed as a miniseries in its first season), don’t bet »
- Geoff Berkshire
We’re getting a sneak peek at Ryan Murphy’s American Horror Story Season 6 via three very brief teasers released via Snapchat. The first shows smoke rising from an isolated farmhouse, forming the previously revealed Ahs logo, with ominous sounds of thunder, a chain saw and a woman’s screams in the background. The second shows a mysterious hand grabbing a knife amid other odd hanging objects over what appears to be a baby’s crib. In the third, we see a woman’s feet running… »
Check out 3 new teasers of American Horror Story Season 6! pic.twitter.com/zsW25ujJj8— Lady Gaga (@gagamonster96) July 27, 2016 American Horror Story fans, brace yourselves: Season 6 is coming ... we just don't know a whole lot about what it entails. The hit FX series sparked a flurry of social media speculation Wednesday when the first teasers from the super secretive installment were released via Vice on Snapchat Discover. The video snippets, which fans are rounding up and sharing on Twitter, feature three set-ups. Up first is a secluded farmhouse with black smoke furling up to form an ominous number 6, accompanied by the »
- Aurelie Corinthios
Try not to freak out, but the first official teasers of American Horror Story's sixth season are here. Entrenched in what we considered to be the worst Ahs dry spell ever, we were driving ourselves crazy trying to figure out where the show would take us next. We scrutinized tiny hints about the theme and the other sparse details that emerged. We even read into some older Ryan Murphy quotes and the show's very recent Vr experience. But now, we have something truly tangible to cling to, and we're prepared to overthink every miniscule aspect. With three teasers to pore over (so far), here's every possible hint we've gleaned about American Horror Story's mysterious sixth season. »
- Ryan Roschke
As the days drag on, we yearn and yearn for more information about American Horror Story's sixth season. We've gotten a handful of details here and there, and we've even had hints at the theme, but on the whole, things have been very quiet. In the meantime, we're doing our best to come up with our own theories and to spot opportunities for more connections throughout the seasons. And, as we've dug back in our archives, a couple older quotes from cocreator Ryan Murphy have really struck us as so much more than vague sound bites. Before we go on, it's important to acknowledge that we finally have a handful of new season six teasers. The beauty of these teasers, though, is that they don't confirm or deny any sort of theme. They're just more hints and more fodder for speculation. And besides, the teasers only strengthen the points we're about to make. »
- Ryan Roschke
The theme of American Horror Story season six has been its most closely guarded secret yet--but we might have found the very first real clue about the upcoming Ahs chapter. Ahs's Fearless Vr Experience at San Diego Comic-Con--a.k.a. the only virtual reality at Comic-Con where users will be lying down instead of standing or walking like in traditional Vr--features a short video teasing the new season, which will premiere Sept. 14 on FX. Can't make it to Sdcc? Good news: E! News has an exclusive sneak peek from the FXhibition attraction, which is running from July 21 to 24 in the Hilton Bayfront Park. The only real hint we've gotten about season six so far is when Ryan Murphy hinted at the Ahs: »
Lady Gaga was spotted soaking up the sun in Los Cabos, Mexico, over the weekend. The singer and American Horror Story: Hotel star showed off her curves while striking sexy poses in her pink one-piece and looked to be enjoying her time by the pool relaxing with friends. While in Mexico, Gaga also visited the Casa Hogar foster care center, where she serenaded a group of children with her inspiring hit "Born This Way." She also sat down with the kids for a healthy dinner and donated backpacks to the center. Despite her relaxing day by the pool and charitable efforts, it may not have been the best couple of weeks for the star. News broke on Tuesday that Gaga and her fiancé, Taylor Kinney, broke off their engagement earlier this month. The couple dated for five years and were last seen together at Gaga's 30th birthday bash in March »
- Brittney Stephens
Breaking up is hard to do. But Lady Gaga songs can make it better. And not just because the Grammy and Golden Globe winner has put out some good, sad, three-packs-of-tissue songs. As all little monsters know, Gaga is also a champion of self-acceptance, self-empowerment, perseverance and resilience—all things you're going to need when the dust settles and the tears dry. News that the American Horror Story: Hotel star and fiancé Taylor Kinney have broken up after five years together, for reasons unknown as yet, brought to mind times spent listening to Gaga's music—and her inspirational words in general—in times of varying turmoil in the wake of a painful split. She's been in Mexico »
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- Debi Moore
Press Release: Check in to the fifth season of the deliciously diabolical series from creators Ryan Murphy & Brad Falchuk, starring a killer cast that includes Lady Gaga – in her Golden Globe®-winning role as The Countess – along with Kathy Bates, Angela Bassett, Matt Bomer, Denis O’Hare and Sarah Paulson.
A string of grisly murders is traced back to the sinister, sensuous Countess (Gaga), an infamous resident of the stylish Hotel Cortez in Downtown Los Angeles. American Horror Story: Hotel is a visually stunning, visceral feast. Explore the hidden corridors of this fiendishly entertaining show, and go gaga over Lady Gaga and all of the exclusive extras on Blu-ray, DVD and Dhd!
- Derek Anderson
The longer we go without getting any new details about American Horror Story, the more desperate we get for anything that might be a hint. With only a single and simple image and a handful of details about the theme to go off of, we've really had to think critically about where the show could go next. We came up with theories, of course. We ruminated on that casual mention of the Thatcher School in Hotel's finale. We imagined a few general ideas that play off of the most common tropes in the horror genre. We even brainstormed a few ideas that involve children, per Ryan Murphy's comment about their inclusion. Suddenly, it hit us: when it comes to Ahs, nothing is coincidence; the devil is in the details. Ok, hang tight with us here. Ryan Murphy told us the new season would involve "elements of children." The show is in its sixth season, »
- Ryan Roschke
Will this finally be Sarah Paulson’s year?
Year after year, critics have questioned how Paulson has not yet walked away with a golden statue (especially after playing conjoined twins Bette and Dot on “American Horror Story: Freak Show”), and with her performance as Marcia Clark in “People v. O.J.,” many are saying 2016 is the year Paulson will win her much-deserved Emmy — and, she could walk away with two.
“Now I know what Allison Janney feels like!” Paulson quipped to Variety on a phone call Thursday morning, shortly »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
A version of this article originally appeared on EW.com.The 2016 Emmy nominations are out, and we are breaking down the numbers side of things. From first-time nominees to all those snubbed, here are the facts and figures to know about this year's lineup.17: Nominations for Veep, the most of any comedy this year, which brings the show's all-time Emmy nomination total to 43. 106: Total number of all-time Emmy nominations for Game of Thrones at this point.94: Nominations for HBO this year, the most of any network, followed by FX with 56, Netflix with 54 and NBC with 41. 23: The »
- Samantha Highfill, @samhighfill
HBO, 20th Century Fox TV and FX Productions led the studio tally in this year’s Emmy derby.
HBO was the producer behind all 94 programs that garnered nominations for the pay cabler this year, anchored by the 23 bids grabbed by “Game of Thrones.” FX’s “People V. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story” ran a close second with 22 noms.
Those 22 entries for “People V. O.J.” boosted 20th Century Fox TV and its subsidiary, Fox 21 TV Studios, to second place in the Game of Studios, with 53 total bids. FX Productions followed with 47, nearly double the wing’s 2015 haul.
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Here’s the breakdown by studio:
HBO Entertainment/Films – 94
Game of Thrones – 23
Veep – 17
Silicon Valley – 10
All The Way – 8
Lemonade – 4
Vice – 3
Amy Schumer: Live at the Apollo – 3
Getting On – 2
Confirmation – 2
Vinyl – 2
- Variety Staff
The critically acclaimed, star-studded drama earned the second-most nominations this year, just behind HBO’s “Game of Thrones” with 23 nods.
The ten-episode drama was nominated for outstanding limited series, while stars Sarah Paulson (Marcia Clark), Sterling K. Brown (Chris Darden), Courtney B. Vance (Johnnie Cochran), Cuba Gooding, Jr. (O. J. Simpson), David Schwimmer (Robert Kardashian) and John Travolta (Robert Shapiro) were recognized for their powerhouse performances.
FX earned a record-breaking 56 nominations overall, racking up additional nods for fellow anthology series “Fargo” and “American Horror Story: Hotel,” which is also executive produced by “American Crime Story” bosses Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk.
“Working on ‘The People v. O.J. Simpson’ has been a career highlight and its own reward, but »
- Laura Prudom and Elizabeth Wagmeister
The Emmy nods have hit the Internet, and there are a few surprises among these stellar examples of Primetime TV. Game of Thrones leads the pack with a whopping 23 nominations, which probably will not surprise anyone who has tuned in to the show this season. It’s certainly one of the better programs on TV right now, and this season has been particularly stellar.
More surprising – and, in some ways, more deserved – are several nods to Mr. Robot, including an Outstanding Drama and Lead Actor In A Drama for Rami Malek. Christian Slater gets nothing, despite his Golden Globe win, but I guess we can’t have everything. While Malek has some serious competition in his category, including Hollywood heavyweights Liev Schrieber and Kevin Spacey, here’s hoping that he takes home the prize. He certainly deserves it.
While Game of Thrones dominates in many categories, there’s quite a »
- Lauren Humphries-Brooks
Those screams of joy (and shrieks of anger) you heard emanating from Hollywood this morning meant one thing: the TV Academy released the annual Emmy nominations. And with that list came the usual surprises and snubs. Here’s who was disappointingly shut out — and happily included — this morning.
A massive shake-up in the variety talk category left veterans “The Daily Show” (with new host Trevor Noah) and Stephen Colbert shut out for the first time in over a decade (when Colbert’s “The Colbert Report” launched on Comedy Central). Both shows drew zero noms this morning. Voters clearly didn’t warm to Colbert’s take on “The Late Show,” which had been nominated in its final season with original host David Letterman last year. “Daily Show” vet Samantha Bee was also expected to join the club for her host freshman series “Full Frontal,” but »
- Geoff Berkshire and Debra Birnbaum
Chris Longo Jul 15, 2016
The Television Academy has spoken! Here are your 2016 Emmy Nominations...
The time to fill out your Emmy Madness Bracket is now. Wait, wrong event. But that would be fun, wouldn’t it? Kirsten Dunst slugging it out versus her network foe Sarah Paulson for Emmy gold. How about perennial favorite Game Of Thrones pitted against underdog newcomer Mr. Robot in the championship round? In the “peak TV” era, maybe a bracket formatted competition is the only true way to determine the best in the world of television.
Anyway, we’ll have to settle for fan polls and speculation as we countdown to the 68th Annual Emmy Award on Sunday, Sept. 18th on ABC. Until then, here is the list of nominees for the major categories. You can find the full list here.
Outstanding Drama Series
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