11:42 PM EDT 09/02/2015
Originally posted 09/02/2015 03:55PM
Forget back-to-school shopping and all things pumpkin spice, the real reason everyone's excited for fall is because it brings the return of all of our favorite TV shows – and the chance to develop new obsessions.
In the next few months it looks like TV schedules are going to be more packed than ever as tons of new comedies, dramas and even variety shows vie for DVR space. And even though we've only gotten the briefest of teases of what's heading to small screens, there are already a few shows whose premiere dates we've got marked down on our calendars. (Or, in the case of Neil Patrick Harris' variety show, set to record on every device we own.)
But which fall TV show are you giving a shot? Let's take a look at some of the potential contenders …
Originally posted 09/01/2015 07:05PM
Creator Ryan Murphy offers insight on the latest batch of creepy teasers
Originally posted 08/28/2015 02:55PM
The scene involves AHS newbie (and New Girl star) Max Greenfield, plus Sarah Paulson's Sally and a little fella named The Addiction Demon
Originally posted 08/26/2015 09:00AM
Lady Gaga is taking her nickname – Mother Monster – to a whole new level.
Originally posted 08/23/2015 05:30PM
Party at Babs's house!
Originally posted 08/05/2015 12:00AM
Is Darren Criss checking into American Horror Story: Hotel?
Originally posted 07/12/2015 02:10PM
Scream Queens stars Lea Michele and Emma Roberts lived up their new show's name as they could barely contain their shrieks while trying out a thrill ride at the San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday.
Originally posted 07/05/2015 08:05PM
Sisterhood rules on the set of Scream Queens.
Originally posted 06/10/2015 11:05PM
Almost 21 years to the day since O.J. Simpson led Los Angeles police on a low-speed chase up the 405, part of that scene was re-created, Hollywood-style, for the upcoming FX series American Crime Story.
On Wednesday in Beverly Hills, Cuba Gooding Jr., 46, who is playing Simpson, was spotted leaning out of a white Ford Bronco just like the one Simpson rode in on June 17, 1994. At the time, Simpson had been expected to turn himself in to police, but didn't appear. That evening, a police officer spotted Simpson riding north on Interstate 405.
The Bronco, driven by Simpson's friend Al Cowlings (played in the series by Malcolm-Jamal Warner), eluded police for more than an hour before returning to his Brentwood home, where he was arrested on charges of murdering his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend Ron Goldman.
Originally posted 05/26/2015 02:15PM
Lange will make her long-rumored return to Broadway in a new production of Eugene O’Neill's masterpiece produced by the Roundabout Theatre Company in association with Murphy
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