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Originally posted 01/18/2016 12:50PM
When it comes to the highly anticipated series American Crime Story: The People vs O.J. Simpson, this is one surprise we didn't see coming.
American Horror Story: Hotel's Ten Commandments Killer Speaks! 'I Was Like, "So Where Do We Go from Here?" '
Originally posted 12/03/2015 01:05AM
Wednesday night's reveal of the Ten Commandments Killer on American Horror Story: Hotel was quick, but it certainly wasn't painless.
Spoiler warning: If you haven't watched the most recent episode of AHS: Hotel, key plot details will be revealed ahead. For those who have seen the episode, keep reading for insights from the star who was revealed to be behind the Seven-style murder spree at the center of AHS's fifth season.
American Horror Story: Hotel's Ten Commandments Killer Will Be Revealed! The Likely Suspects Are ...
Originally posted 12/02/2015 04:40PM
[YOUTUBE "IiIItWrTSew"] The Commandments countdown is on!
On Wednesday's American Horror Story: Hotel, the Ten Commandments Killer will finally be revealed.
Originally posted 11/30/2015 05:40PM
[YOUTUBE "KFQjp43NW_8"] Matthew Morrison and Jane Lynch have reunited to give fans the gift of song this holiday season.
Lynch tells PEOPLE of her former Glee costar: "We have our own lovely way of working together."
So when the opportunity presented itself for the 55-year-old to select a singing partner for Febreze's 12 Stinks of Christmas campaign, she didn't think twice about re-teaming with the one-time Will Schuester to her Sue Sylvester – but just because the two are happy to be paired up again doesn't mean they miss the good old days on Glee.
"We don't," the two say in unison with a laugh.
"It ended at the right time," Lynch adds.
Ryan Murphy on How the AIDS Crisis Propelled Him to Success: When 'You Don't Think You Have a Tomorrow, You Wring Every Last Drop Out of Today'
Originally posted 10/30/2015 02:05PM
Ryan Murphy is opening up about how his experience with the HIV/AIDS crisis pushed him to tackle as much as he could in his professional life.
The creator of the American Horror Story franchise, Nip/Tuck and Scream Queens was honored at the amfAR Inspiration Gala Thursday in Los Angeles, and he gave a powerful and personal acceptance speech.
Originally posted 10/22/2015 10:50AM
Fear not, bewildered Scream Queens fans – the show's cast is just as unsure who the Red Devil is as you are.
In her cover interview for the November issue of Teen Vogue, Emma Roberts admits that, almost halfway through the season, showrunner Ryan Murphy is still keeping the violent killer's identity under wraps.
"None of us know how the show ends. We don't know who the killer is; we don't even know who's going to live and who's going to die," says the actress, 24. "Apparently only four people will go on to season 2."
Originally posted 10/13/2015 11:20AM
Show business is a labor of love for Taylor Kinney and Lady Gaga.
In an interview with E! News, Chicago Fire star Kinney says he would definitely be interested in working on a TV show with his fiancée, who he met while filming the music video for her song "You and I" in 2011, again.
"I would love doing something with her," says Kinney, 34. "I don't know that we've done anything workwise since [we met]. I wouldn't put that out of the realm of possibilities."
Originally posted 10/07/2015 05:30PM
We blame Ryan Murphy for many of our sleepless nights.
The creator is responsible for some of television's most bone-chilling scenes thanks to his series Nip/Tuck, American Horror Story and Scream Queens.
Now, with American Horror Story: Hotel premiering in just a few hours, let's take a look back at the scream king's most terrifying moments. Be warned: The things you are about to witness cannot be unseen. Trust us, we've tried.
Originally posted 09/22/2015 06:25PM
Ryan Murphy's latest candy-colored romp, Scream Queens debuts on Fox Tuesday night, and while the horror-comedy – which stars Emma Roberts, Jamie Lee Curtis and Lea Michele – is uniquely fresh ode to slasher flicks, it follows in the footsteps of many films and TV shows that paid homage to college Greek life.
While there's a rich history of sororities as horror settings (consider Black Christmas, Sorority Massacre, Sorority Row and The House on Sorority Row), we'll let you explore those ill-fated organizations on your own – if you dare.
Instead, in the darkly humorous spirit of the Queens behold some of our picks for favorite (and funniest) members of film and TV's Pan-Hellenic Council.
Originally posted 09/17/2015 12:35PM
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