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"Surprise, B*tch": Emma Roberts Teases the Return of Madison Montgomery on Ahs

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Madison Montgomery is back from the dead. On June 17, Emma Roberts shared a message on Instagram insinuating that she would be reviving her American Horror Story: Coven character in the show's upcoming season. Days prior, Ryan Murphy confirmed the show's eighth season would be a crossover between American Horror Story: Murder House and Coven, both of which are earlier seasons beloved by fans. In her video, Roberts quotes her character's famous and oft-memed line, "Surprise, b*tch. I bet you thought you'd seen the last of me."

Talking this and more at 9pm est during the @poseonfx live tweet with @evanpeters & @mrrpmurphy #posefx #ahs8

A post shared by Emma Roberts (@emmaroberts) on Jun 17, 2018 at 2:20pm Pdt

Several other series regulars have already confirmed their involvement in the season, including Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Kathy Bates, Adina Porter, and Cheyenne Jackson. Legendary actress Joan Collins
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"Surprise, B*tch": Emma Roberts Teases the Return of Madison Montgomery on Ahs

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Madison Montgomery is back from the dead. On June 17, Emma Roberts shared a message on Instagram insinuating that she would be reviving her American Horror Story: Coven character in the show's upcoming season. Days prior, Ryan Murphy confirmed the show's eighth season would be a crossover between American Horror Story: Murder House and Coven, both of which are earlier seasons beloved by fans. In her video, Roberts quotes her character's famous and oft-memed line, "Surprise, b*tch. I bet you thought you'd seen the last of me."

Talking this and more at 9pm est during the @poseonfx live tweet with @evanpeters & @mrrpmurphy #posefx #ahs8

A post shared by Emma Roberts (@emmaroberts) on Jun 17, 2018 at 2:20pm Pdt

Several other series regulars have already confirmed their involvement in the season, including Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Kathy Bates, Adina Porter, and Cheyenne Jackson. Legendary actress Joan Collins
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Emma Roberts Teases Return of ‘American Horror Story’s Madison Montgomery

Last week, Ryan Murphy announced that the next installment of American Horror Story would be a crossover of season 1’s “Murder House” and season 3’s “Coven.” Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, and Kathy Bates are all set to return and now it seems that Emma Roberts will be reprising her role as Madison Montgomery from “Coven.” Roberts posted a short video on Instagram during Murphy’s latest series Pose saying, “Surprise bitch, bet you thought you’d seen the last of me.” Based on…
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Horror Story Crossover: Emma Roberts Teases Coven Character's Return

Horror Story Crossover: Emma Roberts Teases Coven Character's Return
I bet you thought you saw the last of Emma Roberts as Madison Montgomery — but thanks to American Horror Story‘s forthcoming crossover, she’ll be back, bitch.

The actress, who starred in American Horror Story: Coven as troubled Hollywood starlet Madison, appeared to confirm on Sunday that she’ll reprise the role for the FX series’ eighth season — a crossover between Coven (Season 3) and Murder House (Season 1).

That Instagram post was followed by back-and-forth chatter between Roberts and series creator Ryan Murphy:

@RobertsEmma, guess what ur opening line is? #PoseFX

— Ryan Murphy (@MrRPMurphy) June 18, 2018

Hehe pray tell ! #Posefx
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You’ll Have to Wait Another Month to Find Out the Title of ‘Ahs’ Season 8

You’ll Have to Wait Another Month to Find Out the Title of ‘Ahs’ Season 8
American Horror Story” fans who flocked to Twitter Sunday night hoping to get substantial details about the upcoming season 8 from Ryan Murphy will have to wait a little longer. But don’t grumble too much, because it’s for a good cause.

While live-tweeting the latest episode of his new FX show “Pose,” Murphy, with some help from Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters and Emma Roberts, announced a charity contest to benefit Children’s Hospital Los Angeles — and the winner will find out both the title and plot of “Ahs” season 8 before everyone else does.

And better still, directly from Paulson and Peters in person.

Here’s what live tweeting #PoseFx actually looks like hehe @Evan_Peters @MrRPMurphy pic.twitter.com/Vz9Z2GcAgy

— Emma Roberts (@RobertsEmma) June 18, 2018

Also Read: 'American Horror Story' Season 8 Will Be One Long 'Murder House' and 'Coven' Crossover

To enter, fans can make a donation
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Ryan Murphy Confirms American Horror Story Season 8's Shocking - and Spooky - Theme

Ryan Murphy Confirms American Horror Story Season 8's Shocking - and Spooky - Theme
Over the past few months, American Horror Story fans have been busy theorizing all the themes that Ryan Murphy's highly-anticipated eighth season might revolve around. Although "Radioactive" was a frontrunner, especially after Murphy teased the season would take place in "the future," the showrunner took the opportunity to throw loyal viewers yet another curve ball when he announced the real theme via Twitter on June 14. "The Coven/Murder House Ahs crossover season won't be happening next year," he tweeted. "Because it's happening This Year. Ahs #8 Witches Rule This September."

Tonally, "Murder House" and "Coven" seem like a perfect match. The first season centers around a deeply unfortunate family who unsuspectingly move into a gorgeous - but haunted - mansion in La, and stars Connie Britton, Taissa Farmiga, and Dylan McDermott. The third season also stars Farmiga, who plays a girl who gets sent to a special school in New
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American Horror Story Season 8 Will Be a 'Murder House' and 'Coven' Crossover

American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy just dropped a bid detail regarding the eighth season of the horror anthology series. If you're a fan of this series, you're sure to get a little excited because it will be a crossover of two of the more popular seasons of American Horror Story, 'Murder House' and 'Coven'. Oh, yeah! Season 8 is also set to premiere this year! Here's the tweet that Murphy posted:

The Coven/Murder House Ahs crossover season won't be happening next year...because it's happening This Year. Ahs #8 Witches Rule This September

— Ryan Murphy (@MrRPMurphy) June 14, 2018

The first season of the series was 'Murder House' which followed a family move into a crazy haunted mansion in Los Angeles. 'Coven' was the third season of the show, which followed a girl who is sent to a special academy in New Orleans after discovering she is a witch.

There's no information
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Ryan Murphy reveals ‘American Horror Story’ season 8 will be ‘Murder House’/’Coven’ crossover

Ryan Murphy reveals ‘American Horror Story’ season 8 will be ‘Murder House’/’Coven’ crossover
Ryan Murphy has confirmed that the upcoming season 8 of “American Horror Story” will include characters from both season 1, “Murder House,” and season 3, “Coven.” And that could be good news for the Emmy hopes of the newest member of the “Ahs” family, Joan Collins. This real-life Dame is to play the grandmother of Evan Peters‘ character, a comedic hairstylist.

Over its first seven seasons, this FX franchise has showcased a slew of Hollywood veterans. Perhaps Murphy had one-time “Ahs” leading lady Jessica Lange in mind when he created Collins’ character. Lange picked up two Emmys for her work on this series including the first season, 2011’s “American Horror Story: Murder House,” in which she played Peters’ mother. It is easy to imagine that this double Oscar champ was not interested in returning to the franchise to be, gasp, his on-screen grandmother.

Lange’s other Emmy win came for season three, “American Horror Story: Coven,
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American Horror Story Season 8: Murder House, Coven Crossover Confirmed!

American Horror Story is going back to the past for its upcoming eighth season.

The veteran horror series will stage a crossover between American Horror Story Season 1 aka Murder House and American Horror Story Season 3 aka Coven.

The news was confirmed series creator, Ryan Murphy who took to Twitter with the news.

"The Coven/Murder House Ahs crossover season won't be happening next year...because it's happening This Year. Ahs #8 Witches Rule This September," reads the tweet, which you can see below.

We've known for a while now that a crossover was in the works, but there was no telling when the crossover would take place.

Murphy debunked rumors that it would occur during Season 8 earlier this year.

Related: American Horror Story: Joan Collins Cast!

“We’re working on it, but that’s not going to be [Season 8],” he said to reporters at the Television Critics Association’s winter press tour.
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‘Ahs’ Season 8 Will Be a “Murder House” & “Coven” Crossover, Ryan Murphy Confirms

Fans who have been waiting for a full American Horror Story crossover need wait no longer! Creator Ryan Murphy announced today on Twitter that his FX anthology series will move into Season 8 by remembering its past, specifically, that it will be a crossover between "Murder House" and "Coven." Murphy has already revealed that franchise mainstays Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, and Kathy Bates will all lead the new season, and also noted that it will be out in September. Check out his Tweet below: https://twitter.com/MrRPMurphy/status/1007361446093586432 Though Murphy recently signed an insane deal with Netflix worth $…
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American Horror Story Season 8 To Herald The Crossover We’ve All Been Waiting For

Witches rule this September, it seems.

On the eve of filming, series creator Ryan Murphy has unleashed a megaton on Twitter: American Horror Story season 8 will herald the TV crossover we’ve all been waiting for.

You know that Coven/Murder House event that was said to be in the works for a future season? Well, it’s happening this year, and it’ll whisk viewers into the future. Now all we need is an Ahs-themed meme that states Avengers: Infinity War is no longer the most ambitious crossover ever attempted.

Said to be titled “Radioactive” due to its near-future setting, Murphy recently teased that the show’s eighth season will be unlike anything we’ve seen before. High praise indeed for a horror-thriller series that tends to up the ante with each passing installment.

It’s not necessarily as real and grounded as the past season. We’re
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Ryan Murphy Confirms American Horror Story Season 8's Shocking - and Spooky - Theme

Over the past few months, American Horror Story fans have been busy theorizing all the themes that Ryan Murphy's highly-anticipated eighth season might revolve around. Although "Radioactive" was a frontrunner, especially after Murphy teased the season would take place in "the future," the showrunner took the opportunity to throw loyal viewers yet another curve ball when he announced the real theme via Twitter on June 14. "The Coven/Murder House Ahs crossover season won't be happening next year," he tweeted. "Because it's happening This Year. Ahs #8 Witches Rule This September."

Tonally, "Murder House" and "Coven" seem like a perfect match. The first season centers around a deeply unfortunate family who unsuspectingly move into a gorgeous - but haunted - mansion in La, and stars Connie Britton, Taissa Farmiga, and Dylan McDermott. The third season also stars Farmiga, who plays a girl who gets sent to a special school in New
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‘American Horror Story’ Season 8 Will Be One Long ‘Murder House’ and ‘Coven’ Crossover

‘American Horror Story’ Season 8 Will Be One Long ‘Murder House’ and ‘Coven’ Crossover
If you were expecting the “American Horror Story” “Coven” and “Murder House” crossover to happen next year, then it’s time to get excited.

The anticipated crossover season will arrive on FX this September, Ryan Murphy announced on Twitter Thursday.

“The Coven/Murder House Ahs crossover season won’t be happening next year…because it’s happening This Year. Ahs #8 Witches Rule This September,” he said.

The Coven/Murder House Ahs crossover season won't be happening next year…because it's happening This Year. Ahs #8 Witches Rule This September

— Ryan Murphy (@MrRPMurphy) June 14, 2018

Also Read: 'American Horror Story' Season 8: Here's Everything We Know Right Now

The crossover is a long time coming, as Murphy first revealed his plans to unite characters from both the “Coven” and the “Murder House” seasons two years ago.

“We do know what we’re going to do,” Murphy said at an Entertainment Weekly
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‘American Horror Story’ Season 8 to Bring the Worlds of ‘Murder House’ and ‘Coven’ Together, Says Ryan Murphy

‘American Horror Story’ Season 8 to Bring the Worlds of ‘Murder House’ and ‘Coven’ Together, Says Ryan Murphy
American Horror Story” fans better prepare themselves for the most ambitious season yet. Ryan Murphy revealed on Twitter that the upcoming eighth season of the long-running FX anthology series will be a crossover event in which the worlds from Season 1 (“Murder House”) and Season 3 (“Coven”) will come together.

“The ‘Coven’/’Murder’ House ‘Ahs’ crossover season won’t be happening next year…because it’s happening This Year,” Murphy tweeted. “‘Ahs’ #8 Witches Rule This September.”

“Murder House” kicked off the show in 2011 with the story of the Harmon family, played by Connie Britton, Taissa Farmiga, and Dylan McDermott. Neither Britton nor McDermott have been confirmed for Season 8, but series regulars Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, and Kathy Bates will be leading the new installment. Britton has not appeared in any “American Horror Story” season except the first, and fans have been clamoring for her return ever since.

Details on how exactly the
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American Horror Story Season 8: Coven, Murder House Crossover Confirmed

American Horror Story Season 8: Coven, Murder House Crossover Confirmed
Surprise! The upcoming eighth season of American Horror Story will feature the long-teased crossover of characters from Murder House (Season 1) and Coven (Season 3).

The announcement comes straight from series creator Ryan Murphy, who tweeted the exciting confirmation on Thursday:

The Coven/Murder House AHS crossover season won't be happening next year…because it's happening This Year. AHS #8 Witches Rule This September

— Ryan Murphy (@MrRPMurphy) June 14, 2018
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‘American Horror Story’ Season 8 Will Be ‘Murder House’-‘Coven’ Crossover, Ryan Murphy Says

‘American Horror Story’ Season 8 Will Be ‘Murder House’-‘Coven’ Crossover, Ryan Murphy Says
American Horror Story” fans should get excited.

According to Ryan Murphy, Season 8 of the FX anthology series will be a crossover between the show’s first season, “Murder House,” and the third season, “Coven.” The first season saw a family move into a haunted mansion in Los Angeles, while the third season followed a girl who is sent to a special academy in New Orleans after discovering she is a witch.

“The Coven/Murder House Ahs crossover season won’t be happening next year…because it’s happening This Year. Ahs #8 Witches Rule This September,” Murphy tweeted Thursday.

Murphy has
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Every Show That Has Already Been Canceled in 2018

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After a stellar year full of exceptional TV shows, we almost forgot that we might have to say goodbye to a few of them in 2018. Now that we've reached May, networks have already "prestige" shows like One Mississippi, Damnation, and Lady Dynamite the ax. So far Amazon and Netflix are the biggest offenders, but series on networks like NBC, The CW, and ABC aren't safe, either. Pour one out for the shows that have taken their last TV gasp ahead.

Related: Wanda Sykes Quits the Roseanne Reboot After Roseanne Barr's Racist Twitter Tirade ABC Roseanne: The family sitcom was initially granted a second season of the reboot (an 11th season overall), until one of Roseanne Barr's many racist tweets triggered its cancellation. Once Upon a Time: The long-running fairy-tale series will wrap up after its current seventh season. The Mayor: Lea Michele starred in the brand
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Season 8 Of American Horror Story Will Be Unlike Anything We’ve Seen Before

With a fall 2018 premiere date on the cards and most, if not all of the core cast locked in, season 8 of American Horror Story is finally beginning to fall into place. And doesn’t Ryan Murphy know all about it.

The show’s creator and all-around TV powerhouse is about to launch FX series Pose with Brad Falchuk, but it won’t be much longer before Ahs comes calling. Currently on the verge of its eighth season, we know Murphy plans to steer the horror series into the not-so-distant future – 18 months into the future, to be precise – for what promises to be a radical departure from the Ahs of old.

Granted, Murphy still name-drops Asylum and Coven as inspiration, after the showrunner told Entertainment Weekly (h/t Bloody Disgusting) that American Horror Story season 8 will be unlike anything we’ve seen before.

It’s not necessarily as real and grounded as the past season.
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Multi-Cams Are Staples of Broadcast TV — Will Streaming Follow Suit?

Heading into the fall, multi-camera comedies are poised to have their biggest season in years on broadcast television. The Big Four have ordered eight multi-cams among them for the 2018-19 season, up from just four the year before.

The format can trace its roots back to the first days of television, with some of the biggest and most celebrated series in history being multi-cams: “Seinfeld,” “Friends,” “Cheers,” “All in the Family,” “I Love Lucy” among many others.

Yet despite their proven track record, and the fact they are notably cheaper to produce than single-camera comedies, most networks and streaming services
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Ryan Murphy Teases That “American Horror Story” Season 8 is “Very High Concept”

Ryan Murphy Teases That “American Horror Story” Season 8 is “Very High Concept”
Filming is beginning soon on this year’s eighth season of FX’s “American Horror Story,” which is set eighteen months in the future and will premiere this coming Fall. Evan Peters, Sarah Paulson, Kathy Bates, Billie Lourd, Joan Collins, Billy Eichner, Cheyenne Jackson, Adina Porter and Leslie Grossman are set to star in the season, which *may* be titled “American Horror Story: Radioactive” and […]
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