Showing posts with label American Horror Story. Show all posts
Showing posts with label American Horror Story. Show all posts


It was announced last week that FX's AMERICAN HORROR STORY would be adopting a carnival aesthetic for its upcoming fourth season, leading some to speculate that the season may be set around a "freak show," a la Todd Browning's 1932 horror classic, Freaks. Today, series creator Ryan Murphy confirmed that the plan is to do just that, posting a "Freak Show" logo along with "AMERICAN HORROR STORY SEASON FOUR:"

Previous reports suggest that AMERICAN HORROR STORY: FREAK SHOW will be set in the 1950s with Jessica Lange already confirmed to be returning.

AMERICAN HORROR STORY Season 4 to Be Set at a Carnival

AMERICAN HORROR STORY has tackled a haunted house, an asylum and a coven of witches. Next season, the anthology series will be set at a carnival. Douglas Petrie, one of the show's writers, broke the news on a Nerdist podcast. A title for the show's fourth season has not been announced.

AMERICAN HORROR STORY: COVEN Finale Reigns Supreme in Ratings

FX's AMERICAN HORROR STORY: COVEN, the third miniseries of the AMERICAN HORROR STORY franchise, wrapped up in spectacular fashion as last night’s season finale (1/29/14, 10-11:11 p.m. ET/PT) delivered 4.2 million Total Viewers, 2.84 Million Adults 18-49 and 1.58 million Adults 18-34 (Live+SameDay). When Live+7 ratings become available in approximately three weeks, last night’s finale of AMERICAN HORROR STORY: COVEN could rank as the #1 episode ever of the three AMERICAN HORROR STORY miniseries.


Season 3 of AMERICAN HORROR STORY concludes on Wednesday, January 29 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on FX.

On the season finale episode, titled "The Seven Wonders," a new Supreme rises.

Check out a sneak peek video below:

31st Annual William S. Paley Television Festival Moves to the Dolby Theatre March 13-28, 2014

The Paley Center for Media will honor TV's best at the iconic Dolby Theatre at Hollywood & Highland for the 31st annual PaleyFest from March 13 to 28, 2014. PaleyFest's robust schedule of programs will include exclusive screenings, interactive panel conversations, live table reads, series reunions, and more. The first three honorees to be revealed for 2014 are Veronica Mars, which will open the festival with a cast reunion the day prior to the nationwide release of the VERONICA MARS movie, PRETTY LITTLE LIARS, and AMERICAN HORROR STORY: COVEN, which will serve as the PaleyFest 2014 closing night presentation; with the full lineup to be revealed January 8.


Photo Credit: Michele K. Short/FX
Season 3 of AMERICAN HORROR STORY continues with a new episode ("Head") on Wednesday, December 11th at 10 p.m. ET/PT on FX.

Cordelia's (Sarah Paulson) attacker is revealed. Fiona (Jessica Lange) looks to form an alliance with Marie Laveau (Angela Bassett). Nan (Jamie Brewer) learns a disturbing truth about Luke's (Alexander Dreymon) past.

Check out a sneak peek video below:

AMERICAN HORROR STORY: COVEN "The Sacred Taking" Sneak Peek

Gabourey Sidibe as Queenie. Photo Credit: Michele K. Short/FX
Season 3 of AMERICAN HORROR STORY continues with a new episode ("The Sacred Taking") on Wednesday, December 4th at 10 p.m. ET/PT on FX.

Cordelia (Sarah Paulson) rallies the girls in the fight to stop Fiona (Jessica Lange); a dangerous new enemy puts Misty (Lily Rabe) in the cross hairs; the rivalry between Marie Laveau (Angela Bassett) and Delphine (Kathy Bates) comes to a head.

Check out a sneak peek video below:

Nielsen Twitter TV Ratings: Weekly Top 10 (November 18-24, 2013)

The Nielsen Twitter TV Ratings Weekly Top Ten for November 18-24, 2013 has been released. The 2013 American Music Awards topped all shows with a Unique Audience of over 10.2 million. THE WALKING DEAD came in third, followed by AMERICAN HORROR STORY: COVEN (4th), SCANDAL (6th) and AWKWARD (10th).

The list is ranked by Unique Audience and include four metrics for each of the top episodes:
* Tweets - Tweets ascribed to a linear TV episode.
* Unique Authors – Unique Twitter accounts that have sent at least one Tweet ascribed to a specific TV episode.
* Impressions - The number of times any Tweets ascribed to a TV episode were seen.
* Unique Audience – The total number of distinct Twitter accounts accruing at least one impression of one or more different Tweets ascribed to a TV episode.