TVLine Items: Horror Story: Asylum's Latest Spooky Promo, Thrones Scoop and More!

FX has unveiled a third promo for American Horror Story: Asylum — and there are truly no words to describe it. Why? Well, because we have no clue what’s happening in the teaser!

It appears to be an overhead shot of a zipper-top tub filled with milky-hued water. In it, a body writhes around, face-down. But, again, that’s just our interpretation.

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Press PLAY below and then dissect the brainteaser for yourself in the comments.

Ready for more of today’s TV dish? Well…

Newcomer Ed Skrein will portray Stormcrow captain Daario Naharis in Season 3 of Game of Thrones, reports.

Pan Am alum Michael Mosley has booked a recurring role in ABC’s new fall drama Last Resort. Per, the actor joins as a crew member of the U.S.S. Colorado, the nuclear submarine at the center of the series (which bows Thursday, Sept. 27).

NFL vet Joe Theismann will play himself in a Season 2 episode of Necessary Roughness, per The Hollywood Reporter.

Australian actor Ben Lawson (The Deep End) has been cast as a new love interest for Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23‘s Chloe, reports. He’ll recur in the ABC comedy’s upcoming second season, premiering Tuesday, Oct. 23.

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CBS has landed a comedy pilot from former Scrubs producer Tad Quill. Per Deadline, the single-camera project stars David Walton (Bent, Perfect Couples) as a bachelor fireman who begins to take care of 9-year-old girl when she enters his life.

To help you prep for Once Upon a Time‘s Season 2 premiere (airing Sept. 30), ABC is rebroadcasting four big episodes on Sunday, Sept. 9, starting at 7/8c: the pilot, “Red-Handed,” “An Apple Red as Blood” and the season finale “A Land Without Magic.”

• Big Brother this weekend drew its largest Sunday audience of the season to date (6.5 million total viewers) while matching its best demo rating on the night (with a 2.3).

Temple Hill Entertainment is developing a contemporary take on the classic Mark Twain tale of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn. The project is described as a mystery adventure that follows the two twentysomethings as they start an investigative firm in New Orleans.

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  1. John says:

    Good for Big Brother. I thought it was struggling in general but I guess it’s just the Olympics.

  2. Aprilcot says:

    WTF American Horror Story?! I am so excited…

  3. tahina says:

    AHS, promos getting more confusing and creepy, love it! ;)

  4. Temperence says:

    And what fascinating sexual overtones… obviously. *ahem*

  5. Dani says:

    Yay! For Michael Mosley. He and Jo were my favorite things about the last year of Scrubs

  6. geo frazee says:

    Where’s Georgia O’Keefe when you need her?

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