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.

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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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