American Horror Story revolves around the Harmons, a family of three who moved from Boston to Los Angeles as a means to reconcile past anguish. The all-star cast features Dylan McDermott as “Ben Harmon,” a psychiatrist; Connie Britton as “Vivien Harmon,” Ben’s wife; Taissa Farmiga as “Violet,” the Harmon’s teenage daughter; Jessica Lange in her first-ever regular series TV role as “Constance,” the Harmon’s neighbor; Evan Peters plays “Tate Langdon,” one of Ben’s patients; and Denis O’Hare as “Larry Harvey.” Guest stars for the series include Frances Conroy as the Harmon’s housekeeper; Alexandra Breckenridge as the Harmon’s housekeeper; and Jamie Brewer as Constance’s daughter.
The pilot episode of American Horror Story, shot in Los Angeles, was written by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, and it was directed by Murphy. In addition to Murphy and Falchuk, Dante Di Loreto will also serve as Executive Producer of the series. American Horror Story is produced by Twentieth Century Fox Television.
Rose Siggins, who made her acting debut in last year's American Horror Story: Freak Show, passed away yesterday at the age of 43. TMZ reports that the actress went in for a kidney stone surgery on Monday, when she caught an infection that spread throughout her body and eventually became fatal. A GoFundMe account has been set up to provide financial support for her final resting costs and her two children.
Rose Siggins was born with a rare genetic disorder known as Sacral Agenesis. She had severely deformed legs with feet pointing in opposite directions, and she had no feeling in her legs at all. When she was two years old her mother, after consulting with the doctors at the hospital, decided that the best course of action was to have the legs amputated. She has also suffered from kidney and pancreas issues her entire life. She also made history by becoming the first woman ever with Sacral Agenesis to bear children.Read More
Ryan Murphy serves as Co-Creator, Showrunner, Executive Producer, Writer and Director of American Horror Story: Hotel. And Brad Falchuk is Co-Creator, Executive Producer and Writer. Tim Minear, Brad Buecker, Jennifer Salt, James Wong and Alexis Martin Woodall also serve as Executive Producers. The American Horror Story franchise is produced by Twentieth Century Fox Television.
The first four installments of the American Horror Story limited series franchise have received 71 Emmy Award nominations and 13 Emmy Award wins, including five Emmy awards for its fourth installment, American Horror Story: Freak Show. The fifth installment, American Horror Story: Hotel, is pacing ahead of the average ratings of all prior installments on a Live+3 basis. Through its first four episodes, American Horror Story: Hotel is +7% ahead of Freak Show among Adults 18-49 and +1% among Total Viewers. In addition, the premiere was the second most-watched telecast in FX Networks history, behind only the premiere episode of American Horror Story: Freak Show.Read More
Season 5 of FX's American Horror Story, dubbed American Horror Story: Hotel, is the first season that won't feature Emmy-winning actress Jessica Lange, who starred in the first four seasons. Instead, this season will feature none other than hit recording artist Lady Gaga in her first TV series as Elizabeth. You can get a glimpse of this enigmatic character in a new trailer for the upcoming season. The trailer showcases a number of mysterious areas of the title hotel, set to the 1990s heavy metal hit "Du Hast" by the German band Rammstein.
Last week, FX debuted another trailer that featured Lady Gaga's Elizabeth sporting some incredibly long hair, but we don't see any super-long locks in this trailer. There is very little we know about her character, or any of the other characters, for that matter, but we'll find out about these hotel inhabitants when American Horror Story: Hotel debuts next month on FX. Lady Gaga was the first cast member announced back in February, with series creator Ryan Murphy assembling a cast of new and familiar faces around her.Read More
With the October 7 season premiere rapidly approaching, FX Networks has released a new trailer for American Horror Story: Hotel. Although this video is only 30 seconds long, it takes us through the hallways of this bizarre hotel, giving us brief introductions to all of the main characters, including Lady Gaga, who is seen sporting an incredibly long head of hair. We don't get too much insight into who these characters really are, but they all certainly do look intriguing.
The 13-episode fifth installment of the Emmy and Golden Globe winning franchise, American Horror Story: Hotel, premieres on FX on October 7th. American Horror Story: Hotel features an all-star cast of Lady Gaga, Sarah Paulson, Kathy Bates, Angela Bassett, Wes Bentley, Matthew Bomer, Chloë Sevigny, Denis O'Hare, Cheyenne Jackson, Evan Peters and Finn Wittrock. Ryan Murphy serves as Co-Creator, Showrunner, Executive Producer, Writer and Director of American Horror Story: Hotel and Brad Falchuk is Co-Creator, Executive Producer and Writer.Read More
FX has set the premiere dates for the debut of the highly-anticipated new drama The Bastard Executioner as well as the next installments of the Emmy and Golden Globe winning limited series American Horror Story and Fargo, it was announced today by Chuck Saftler, President of Program Strategy and COO, FX Networks. The Bastard Executioner will air Tuesdays at 10 PM on FX beginning September 15th. American Horror Story: Hotel debuts on October 7th, with the new season of Fargo airing Mondays at 10 PM FX beginning October 12th. FX has also debuted new posters for each series.
The 10-episode first season of The Bastard Executioner from Kurt Sutter, the Creator/Showrunner of the hit FX series Sons of Anarchy, debuts on FX on September 15th with a two-hour premiere. The Bastard Executioner is a blood-soaked, medieval epic that tells the story of Wilkin Brattle (Lee Jones), a 14th century warrior, whose life is forever changed when a divine messenger beseeches him to lay down his sword and lead the life of another man: a journeyman executioner. Set in northern Wales during a time rife with rebellion and political upheaval, Wilkin must walk a tight rope between protecting his true identity while also serving a mysterious destiny. Guided by Annora (Katey Sagal), a mystical healer whose seeming omniscience keeps Wilkin under her sway; manipulated by Milus Corbett (Stephen Moyer), a devious Chamberlain with grand political aspirations; and driven by a deepening connection with the Baroness Lady Love Ventris (Flora Spencer-Longhurst), Wilkin struggles to navigate political, emotional and supernal pitfalls in his quest to understand his greater purpose.Read More