Let’s ruminate on where some of our favorite TV shows will end up in 2013.
American Horror Story
In the "no surprises here" category, FX has picked up American Horror Story for a third season (or "cycle," as the network is calling it to differentiate it as a "miniseries" as opposed to a "TV series.")
Settle in for the latest episode of Shock Waves as Shock Till You Drop's Ryan Turek and FEARnet's Lawrence P. Raffel dig into their favorite horror sequels that don't suck.
American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy has confirmed that Dylan McDermott will return for the show's second season.
Forget sexy Freddy or lady Jason, now you can be 'American Horror Story's' Rubber Man for Halloween. But beware, this Rubber Man costume is not for the wallflowers among us.
Even though genre programming dominates the television listings these days, it did not dominate the Prime Time Emmy Awards
American Horror Story is one of the most intriguing shows on television. Christien Tinsley is a big part of that.
I confess I'm not overly familiar with the work of Step Up star Jenna Dewan, but apparently a lot of other people are. And if some of them are horror fans, I'm sure they'll be happy to hear she's been cast in the second season of Ryan Murphy's American Horror Story, opposite Maroon 5's Adam Levine.
Glee creator Ryan Murphy's hit FX show American Horror Story arrives on Blu-ray and DVD on September 25th, in a set that boats almost nine hours of content for $59.99 (Blu-ray) and $49.98 (DVD). Check out the official press release below.
The Emmy nominations are in, and the big "winner" in genre programming is American Horror Story.