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Originally posted 07/14/2014 08:30AM
A new, fan-made teaser for American Horror Story: Freakshow substitutes star power for a seriously creepy tone.
Originally posted 01/06/2014 10:00PM
Emma Roberts is engaged to Evan Peters, PEOPLE confirms.
Originally posted 11/13/2013 02:30PM
If you thought American Horror Story: Coven rocked before, well, just wait until Stevie Nicks lands in New Orleans.
The Fleetwood Mac legend will be bringing her own magic – and, presumably, plenty of beads and shawls – to the FX miniseries some time this season in an unknown role, show creator Ryan Murphy announced on Twitter.
Her guest-spot gig is excellent news for fans of the band – as well as star Lily Rabe, whose on-screen alter ego, necromancer Misty Day, is quite spellbound with Nicks.
Originally posted 10/08/2013 02:00PM
Sabrina and Samantha! Willow and the Waverly Place wizards! Cast a spell with these TV witches
Originally posted 09/11/2013 10:25AM
"We all enjoy putting our toe in the cold water of fear," Alfred Hitchcock once said when asked about the pleasure of being frightened.
The new trailer for American Horror Story: Coven, the third season of the series, certainly invokes that delight in fright, with a group of young witches stomping in unison to a dark rendition of the folk song "The House of the Rising Sun."
Zoe, played by Taissa Farmiga, leads the march of the student witches towards the entrance of their finishing school, set in New Orleans. Sarah Paulson greets the girls at the door, and they file in to a large, dimly-lit room adorned with a white pentagram on the ceiling.
Originally posted 07/18/2013 02:45PM
Television is at an all-time high.
With millions flocking to their sofas for primetime series' premieres and sitcom actors joining the A-list, the 2013 Emmy Awards (airing Sunday, Sept. 22 at 8 PM ET on CBS) will honor the best of the small screen.
On Thursday morning, the nominees for the 65th Annual Emmy Awards were announced by Aaron Paul and Neil Patrick Harris.
With American Horror Story: Asylum, Game of Thrones, Saturday Night Live and HBO's Behind the Candelabra leading the pack, here's how Hollywood reacted to their nominations.
Originally posted 03/03/2013 02:00PM
On Wednesday night, Glee and The New Normal creator Ryan Murphy was honored with the PaleyFest Icon Award in Beverly Hills...and the actors whose careers he helped launch were there to celebrate.
Lea Michele, Cory Monteith, Chris Colfer, Andrew Rannells, Jane Lynch, NeNe Leakes, Justin Bartha and Chord Overstreet all stepped out to honor Murphy, who also created Nip/Tuck, American Horror Story and Popular.
At the event presented by Samsung Galaxy, costars turned couple Michele and Monteith were "super lovey dovey," an onlooker tells PEOPLE. "They barely left each other's side throughout the evening."
Originally posted 02/27/2013 01:45PM
Two familiar stars will join the casts of American Horror Story and Boardwalk Empire for the shows' new seasons.
Kathy Bates, who won an Oscar for her frightening role as Annie in the horror film Misery, will join season 3 of FX's American Horror Story alongside fellow Oscar-winner Jessica Lange, EW reports.
Bates, 64, won an Emmy Award in 2012 for her guest turn on Two and a Half Men. She also appeared on Harry's Law and The Office. Bates announced last September that she had undergone a double-mastectomy for breast cancer after surviving ovarian cancer nine years earlier.
Originally posted 01/24/2013 10:35AM
It's a good thing American Horror Story wrapped up its second season Wednesday night. One of its stars, Sarah Paulson, can sleep a little easier now.
"I can't watch it at night and I'm on it," the Emmy-nominated actress, 38, tells the Associated Press.
"There are some people who like to be scared and I understand that, but I am not one of those individuals. I like to cozy up with a nice book and a bath and a teddy bear. I am not interested in being terrified before I go to sleep."
Originally posted 10/25/2012 03:30PM
It's not every house – or couple – that can welcome Reese Witherspoon, Jane Lynch and Julie Roberts to dinner all on the same night, but Glee, American Horror Story and The New Normal creator Ryan Murphy and his husband, photographer David Miller, did just that, when in June they hosted the $40,000-a-plate dinner for President Obama.
Of course, besides great connections, it also helps to have a $10 million showplace to call home, which the couple – who wed last 4th of July – also have, as seen in The Hollywood Reporter's first-ever Home Issue.
Located near the Beverly Hills Hotel, the Spanish Colonial residence was first built in 1927 and last owned by Diane Keaton. Murphy bought it in 2010 and worked with designer Cliff Fong to add several colorful touches – including quirky antiques and figurines with sombreros circling a courtyard water fountain.
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