American Horror Story: Rubber Man, the Ultra-
Scary Ultrasound and More Burning Questions!
American Horror Story – which now holds the record as FX’s highest-rated series premiere ever and just earned a Season 2 pick-up –- is starting to answer some questions and spill some (albeit very creepy) exposition. During a conference call with reporters, Connie Britton and Dylan McDermott, who play Vivien and Ben Harmon, increasingly estranged marrieds who perhaps bought the worst fixer-upper in real estate history, shared insight on … READ MORE
In Review: Does FX's American Horror Story Have the Fright Stuff?
Is the American Horror Story Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk are about to tell a page-turner or a stomach-churner? A bit of both? This much is certain: The new FX series, premiering tonight at 10/9c, is certainly one polarizing piece of fright fare. READ MORE
Connie Britton on Friday Night Lights Feature Film: 'Tami Will Never Be the Same'
By using what Connie Britton called my serious face on her as she made her way down the Emmy red carpet Sunday, I was able to get the American Horror Story star to admit that the Friday Night Lights movie was likelier to happen than, say, the Arrested Development one. (Took some doing, but we got there!)
But, she hinted that “Tami Taylor will never be the same.” Why? READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Burning Emmy Questions: Kyle Chandler's Lost Speech, Comedy Actress Pageantry and More!
The 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards are history, but, as per usual, the three-hour ceremony left us with more than a few burning questions. Here’s the scoop on some of the evening’s biggest mysteries.
After accepting his trophy for Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series, Friday Night Lights champ Kyle Chandler raced back to the mic, but his audio had already been cut off. What did he say? READ MORE
Emmys 2011: Who Deserves the Award for Best Actress in a Drama?
The 2010 Emmy winner for Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series — The Closer‘s Kyra Sedgwick — didn’t even crack the list of nominees for 2011, which will add a dose of unpredictability to the category when the winners are announced at the Sept. 18 kudo-fest. But which woman is most worthy of taking home the statuette? …READ MORE
FX's American Horror Story Will 'Transcend' Viewers' Perception of Horror
FX’s upcoming spookfest American Horror Story may be a creep show of the highest order, but at its core it’s a drama about “marriage and infidelity,” co-creator Ryan Murphy told reporters at the Television Critics Association summer press tour in Beverly Hills.
That sentiment was echoed by leading lady Connie Britton, who plays one half of the show’s central couple (The Practice‘s Dylan McDermott costars as her husband). READ MORE
Friday Night Lights Boss Confirms Feature Film Buzz: 'We're Writing the Script Now'
Friday Night Lights exec producer Peter Berg is confirming what TVLine told you last month: He wants to bring the franchise back to the big screen, with Emmy nominees Kyle Chandler and Connie Britton reprising their roles as Coach and Tami Taylor. READ MORE
FX Picks Up Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk's American Horror Story, To Debut in October
A well-pedigreed American Horror Story will be told on FX, which has ordered to series the buzzy new drama from Glee bosses Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, and starring newly christened Emmy nominee Connie Britton (Friday Night Lights) and Dylan McDermott (The Practice). READ MORE
Emmy Nominees React! Who Said What?
Emmy nominations morning is a very exciting morning for those who learn that they’re competing in TV’s Big Show. They get the news from unexpected sources — and most often at ungodly hours! — and the occasional actor might even wake the baby with their jubilation! From there on, they tumble down the rabbit hole into a day full of praise, elation and, yes, personal disbelief.
Here are the reactions from this year’s nominees (detailed here) that TVLine has collected thus far — keep checking back for more! READ MORE
Exclusive: And Connie Britton's American Horror Story Hubby Is... Dylan McDermott!
After an extensive search and lengthy negotiations, Dylan McDermott has been cast as the male lead in FX’s drama pilot American Horror Story, from Glee co-creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk. READ MORE