American Horror Story Scoop: Ryan Murphy Teases Kathy Bates' Turn as a 'Bad, Bad Woman!'
Scary-Good Scoop: Lily Rabe Confirmed For American Horror Story Season 3
American Horror Story‘s third season will not be lacking in girl power.
Glee Spoiler Alert: Check Out Ryan Murphy's Behind-the-Scenes Photos!
Weddings and divas and bowties! Oh my, it looks like Glee will contain all of those jaunty ingredients in the back half of Season 4 — at least if Ryan Murphy’s recent series of Twitter photos are to be believed. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
Horror Story Season 3: Ryan Murphy Teases 'Romeo & Juliet' Theme, Truly Haunted Location
Though intel on American Horror Story‘s second season didn’t start trickling out until March of last year, already, here in early January, series boss Ryan Murphy is letting slip with some ideas about what he has planned for Season 3. READ MORE
Glee Video: Meet the New, Non-Manic-Depressive Quinn -- Plus: Kate Hudson Strips Down
Glee Scoop: 12 Season 4 Spoilers on Finchel, Klaine, Brittana and More!
One of the fall TV season’s biggest mysteries involves Glee‘s upcoming fourth season: Namely, what will executive producer Ryan Murphy and his writing team cook up for the multiple characters seen graduating William McKinley High — and pondering their mostly uncertain futures — in last May’s finale?
Twitter die-hards who follow Murphy and series star Lea Michele on Twitter have gotten a few clues about …READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
American Horror Story First Look: Adam Levine and a Colorful Co-Star -- But What Does It Mean?
Ladies and gentlemen, American Horror Story’s Ryan Murphy is now on Twitter. And three tweets into his first day on the online social network (@MrRPMurphy), he’s giving fans a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the FX drama. READ MORE & VIEW PHOTO
Horror Story Boss Ryan Murphy on Emmy Bonanza and 'Completely Different' Season 2
FX clearly made the right decision entering American Horror Story in Emmy’s movie/miniseries category. The anthology-esque horror show scared up a staggering 17 nods, making it this year’s most nominated program (in a tie with Mad Men).
Below, Horror Story co-creator Ryan Murphy reacts to hitting the kudos jackpot and offers a progress report on Season 2. READ MORE
Eye on Emmy: How FX's American Horror Story Pushed the Miniseries Envelope to the Max
Ryan Murphy, who with Brad Falchuk created American Horror Story, has but one directive for any TV Academy members who are iffy about putting the anthology series on Emmy’s short list.
Don’t. Be. Scared.
Invited to pen an overture to the skeptical voter …READ MORE