"AHS: Cult" has come to an end and fans are already debating what the ending meant. However, there is one thing that they all agree on.
This week, "AHS: Cult" re-created another famous cult leader, Charles Manson, and the infamous murders of actress Sharon Tate and her friends.
"American Horror Story: Cult" was both shocking and satisfying when it took out a main character in a way that we did not see coming.
Time to take your meds… two seasons’ worth of them. Sarah Paulson is set to star as One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest villain Nurse Ratched in a new prequel series for Netflix, entitled Ratched, according to our sister site Deadline. Netflix has reportedly ordered two seasons, for a total of 18 episodes, with Paulson’s American […]
Unlike in previous seasons of "American Horror Story,"' the scariest stuff here emanates not from monsters but from the citizen down the street.
Creator Ryan Murphy previews the new season of FX's horror anthology, which tackles the cult of personality in the wake of the 2016 presidential election.
The cast members of "American Horror Story" know how to keep viewers gasping, but they showed their lighter side during a group outing to a Cher concert.
The host we love to watch scream at strangers will now be screaming at … ghosts! Billy Eichner of TruTV’s 'Billy on the Street' is joining 'American Horror Story.'
Cuba Gooding Jr. crept up behind Sarah Paulson as she greeted Kathy Bates onstage at PaleyFest. Show me the … bad judgment! Cuba Gooding is raising eyebrows — again! — by pulling up Sarah Paulson’s skirt when they were onstage at PaleyFest over the weekend. Promoting American Horror Story: Roanoke on Sunday, the high-energy actor, 49, best known for screaming, “Show me the money!” at Tom Cruise in Jerry Maguire (and getting an Oscar for it) channeled his inner 7-year-old naughty schoolboy by coming up behind his mega-talented co-star —who plays his wife in the FX series — and pulling up the back of her Prada dress while she posed for photos with Kathy Bates in Hollywood’s Dolby Theatre.
Fun and clever, with serious things to say about sexism and ageism, "Feud: Bette and Joan" chronicles the corrosive relationship between Bette Davis and Joan Crawford during and after the making of the 1962 film "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?" Susan Sarandon and Jessica Lange are excellent as Davis and Crawford, respectively, in "Feud," the latest FX anthology series from writer-producer-director Ryan Murphy ("American Horror Story," "American Crime Story"). If you’re not familiar with the old movie on which this feud is founded, Baby Jane was conceived as a garish B-movie designed to trade on the fading wattage of Davis and Crawford — audiences got off on the spectacle of seeing these one-upon-a-time-glamorous stars lower themselves into the muck of a melodrama about sisters squabbling over their own faded youth and dashed dreams.
President Trump’s executive order to ban immigrants from seven Muslim-majority countries prompted people to protest at airports across the country, but that wasn’t the only place. At the SAG Awards Sunday night, many actors took to the stage to speak out.
Much has been made of Secretary Hillary Clinton’s emails from her time at the State Department, but few have dug into what is actually written in them. On Monday’s Full Frontal With Samantha Bee, those emails were brought to life by Emmy winner Sarah Paulson.
This Halloween, pay tribute to the queen of chameleons, Sarah Paulson. The actress can play anybody — and over her career, she’s embodied many different characters. Her work on shows made by Ryan Murphy alone is eye-popping. She’s been nominated for an Emmy for the past five years and won a few months ago for her performance as Marcia Clark in The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story.
On paper, Sarah Paulson and Mark Duplass just seem like a great couple. The duo lives up to that promise on screen — at least from the looks of this exclusive clip (watch above) from their new micro-budgeted black-and-white romance, Blue Jay. The scene shows Jim (Duplass) and Amanda (Paulson) celebrating their “20th anniversary” with a hilariously not-so-gourmet meal that appears consists of mac and cheese… and peppermints.
Jimmy Kimmel hosted the 68th Emmy Awards, and after using a dragon from "Game of Thrones" to burn Ryan Seacrest in the opening, he continued to roast other celebrities in attendance.
"The People v. O.J. Simpson" actress Sarah Paulson brought real-life counterpart Marcia Clark. Sophie Turner brought a brand-new arm tattoo in pink ink.
Sarah Paulson and Marcia Clark made a cute couple at the Emmy Awards on Sunday night. Sorry, Holland Taylor! Sarah Paulson brought a different date to the Emmy Awards — former California deputy district attorney Marcia Clark, whom Paulson portrayed in the widely lauded miniseries "The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story."
Emmys: Who Will Win A couple of days ago, I gave you my selections for who I think should win the Emmys in the major categories on Sunday night. Today, I give who I think will win, based on guesswork informed by historical patterns of how Emmy voters tend to think in casting their ballots. So if you have an office pool and want to be sure to win it… well, take a look at my picks, then go back and look at my should-wins, and decide for yourself. I’m confident in my choices, but I wouldn’t want you to lose money, either.
All the secrecy and false leads that co-creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk arranged to shroud the sixth season of "American Horror Story" seems to have paid off: Viewers were probably quite surprised to see the twists in the unveiling of the latest edition of the anthology series on Wednesday night. WARNING: SPOILERS FOLLOW FOR THE SEASON PREMIERE OF AMERICAN HORROR STORY.
The Emmys: Who Should Win Note the phrasing here: These are picks for who I think should win the Emmy awards that will be handed out on Sunday night. (I’ll do a Who Will Win predictive column on Thursday.) This year, it’s frequently going to come down to Old(er) Pro versus New Blood in many categories. Compare your “should”—who you think deserves to win, versus who will win based on everything you know about Emmy awards past—to my hopes and dreams.
American Horror Story has revealed the season six setting! Or have they…? The FX series has released six mysterious online promos for the new season that premieres on September 14th, but the network isn’t revealing which – if any – are indicative of what’s to come.
Foremost was The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, the FX show that was nominated in the limited series category, as well as scoring nominations for Sarah Paulson (who was also nominated as a supporting actress in American Horror Story: Hotel) and Courtney B. Vance. After too many seasons of neglect, another FX show, The Americans, finally got some of the attention it deserved as the show was nominated not only in the drama category, but also co-stars and real-life couple Matthew Rhys and Keri Russell were nominated as well.
The folks at FX have asked critics not to review tonight’s final episode of American Crime Story: The People v. O.J. Simpson until after it airs, but in a stunning rebuke to spoiler culture, I’ll take a daring stand and reveal: In “The Verdict,” the show’s 10th hour airing Tuesday night, Simpson is found not guilty.