As the new TV season kicks off this week and the broadcast premieres begin en masse, the networks are pulling out all the stops to lure audiences. For many shows, […]
If you're one of two dozen broadcast shows debuting this fall, how do you break through the glut of TV marketing and connect with viewers? Fox tried something novel for its new series Scream Queens: It kicked off the campaign last winter.
Who loves clowns? Anyone? Anyone? Well, the guys at American Horror Story: Freak Show, which premiered last night, are super into them, as evidenced by the amazing mostly stop-motion opening sequence from the show.
Honestly, if this keeps up, they’re just going to have to rename the Emmy Award for Lead Actor in a Comedy the Jim Parsons Award. Last week, the 41-year-old won the prize for a fourth time for his role as Sheldon Cooper, main character on CBS’ The Big Bang Theory. It was a busy August for Parsons.
FX today announced it has ordered up a fourth batch of Ryan Murphy’s horror anthology series American Horror Story, signing on for 13 new episodes to air next fall. Jessica Lange will return in an as-yet undetermined role for the fourth season, which will once again be produced by Twentieth Century Fox Television.