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Glee Creator Ryan Murphy Reveals the Last Words Cory Monteith Said to Him Before Tragic Heroin Overdose

Originally posted 09/23/2016 11:35AM

More than three years have passed since Cory Monteith unexpectedly died at the age of 31, but the wound is still fresh for Glee creator Ryan Murphy.

In a recent interview with EW, the successful creator opened up about the last time he saw and spoke with Monteith before the young actor died of an overdose in the summer of 2013.

"We hugged, and the last thing he said was 'I love you, man, and thank you for helping me get better.' And then the next thing I knew he was dead," Murphy recalled. "It was like losing a child."

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FROM EW: Ryan Murphy Looks Back on Glee – 'It Was the Best Time and the Worst Time in My Life'

FROM EW: Ryan Murphy Looks Back on Glee – 'It Was the Best Time and the Worst Time in My Life'

Originally posted 09/23/2016 10:20AM

The co-creator of the Fox hit remembers the success, the drama, and the tragic death of star Cory Monteith

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AHS: My Roanoke Nightmare – What the Lost Virginia Colony Could Tell Us About Season 6

Originally posted 09/15/2016 03:00PM

After last night's premiere, American Horror Story's sixth season is already proving to be just as creepy as the last five – and has a theme that's got some scary roots in reality.

This season's subtitle, My Roanoke Nightmare, is connected to the lost colony of Roanoke, a 1500s British settlement whose inhabitants disappeared without explanation. More than 400 years after the fact, there's still no definitive answer as to what happened.

While Roanoke in the AHS world is still a bit of mystery, we aren't completely in the dark about its apparently real-life inspiration. Here's what we know about America's "lost colony."

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UpdatePosted 09/09/2016 04:30PM

American Horror Story Season 6: Everything We Know So Far

Originally posted 07/27/2016 06:10PM

American Horror Story fans, brace yourselves: Season 6 will be providing fresh nightmares very soon.

As usual, FX has been releasing a steady stream of mini-teases for Ryan Murphy's anthology series, cryptically unfurling clues about the latest installment, leaving it to superfans to piece together what shocks and thrills might be in store, as well as where and when they might taken place.

The latest teaser? A clip compilation accompanied by Lady Gaga's new single, "Perfect Illusion."

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Sarah Paulson Joins Ryan Murphy's Feud as Geraldine Page

Originally posted 08/23/2016 02:55PM

Sarah Paulson is teaming up with Ryan Murphy for a third time.

The Emmy-nominated actress will join the producer's latest series, Feud, as Geraldine Page, Murphy announced on Twitter Tuesday.

"Excited to announce Sarah Paulson will be playing legendary Oscar-winner Geraldine Page in FEUD," he wrote.

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Catherine Zeta-Jones Joins Ryan Murphy's Feud as Olivia de Havilland

Catherine Zeta-Jones Joins Ryan Murphy's Feud as Olivia de Havilland

Originally posted 08/16/2016 05:55PM

On Tuesday, Ryan Murphy made his return to Twitter by announcing some pretty big news – Catherine Zeta-Jones will play Olivia de Havilland in his new FX mini-series Feud!

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FROM EW: Scream Queens Casts Taylor Lautner for Season 2

FROM EW: Scream Queens Casts Taylor Lautner for Season 2

Originally posted 06/23/2016 02:10PM

Lautner will play Dr. Cassidy Cascade, a doc who becomes involved with Lourd's Chanel #3

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How Losing a Job Led American Crime Story's Sarah Paulson to Stardom

Originally posted 03/17/2016 11:20AM

Talk about a silver lining!

Sarah Paulson had been planning on doing a play in New York City, but when that fell through she found herself being presented with the opportunity of a lifetime.

Suddenly with free time, she accompanied actress Jessica Lange – who had starred with Paulson in The Glass Menagerie on Broadway in 2005 – to a Project Angel Food event in Los Angeles.

"She had just gotten into town to start doing season 1 of American Horror Story, and L.A. is not really her town," says Paulson, who is featured in the current issue of PEOPLE. "She didn't know a ton of people so we were spending a lot of time together."

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Also at the event was AHS creator Ryan Murphy, who had previously cast Paulson in a memorable guest-starring role on his FX drama Nip/Tuck.

"At one point, Jessica just threw her arm around me and said to Ryan, 'Oh, can't you find something for Sarah to do on the show? She's going to be in town now.' And he said, 'Oh. Yeah. I think I could do that,' " Paulson recalls.

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