It’s that time of the year, when pop culture websites and critics publish their annual Best Of lists and we heap praise on the best and most beloved movies and TV shows of the year. But what about the average moviegoer and TV-viewer? That’s where Facebook comes in. The social media site has released their top 10 movies and top 10 TV shows of the year, based on the most discussed titled of 2014. While some are fairly obvious, the lists might surprise you and inspire you to contemplate the overlap between what’s popular and what’s actually good.
'American Horror Story' returns for a fourth season, taking us under the tent with perhaps its least subtle outing yet, introducing us to the oddities of the 'Freak Show,' led by Jessica Lange's glamorous Elsa Mars. Subtlety has never been creator Ryan Murphy's strong suit, but Murphy (who also wrote and directed tonight's premiere) seems to have fully embraced that approach, delivering what appears to be both the most horrifying and joyful season yet.
By now we're admittedly used to the prospect of blockbuster cable TV series spawning "companion" spinoffs, but FX's newest 'American Horror Story' riff is by far the most perplexing yet. The network has officially placed an order for Ryan Murphy's 'American Crime Story' series, its first season subtitled 'The People v. O.J. Simpson,' and we assure you, this is not a joke.
For as much as we've enjoyed 'American Horror Story: Coven''s witchy woes over the dreary depression of 'Asylum' and the domestically disturbed first season, we've certainly missed a few past season stars who have yet to sign on for another round. 'Asylum' had Dylan McDermott as a surprise guest, but will Connie Britton put on a witch hat for 'American Horror Story: Coven'?
Just as 'American Horror Story: Coven' gave out a little taste of its third FX season in casting Alexandra Breckinridge earlier today, writer Tim Minear and the cast previewed the next chapter from the ongoing TCA press tour. The more feminist and "fun" season gave way to revealing its witchy major cast of characters, as well as a look into how the New Orleans setting informed this year's 'Horror.'
Fans of 'American Horror Story' have admittedly found themselves surprised before that series star Zachary Quinto has taken such an integral role throughout the first two seasons, given the actor's ever-expanding film career, a prospect hitting the stratosphere once again this summer with 'Star Trek Into Darkness.' So while Ryan Murphy continues to announce 'American Horror Story' alum cast in season 3, will Quinto once again return to TV for another go? Find out what the 'Star Trek' star has to say about his involvement in 'AHS' season 3 inside!
Well, gee willickers, there's a surprise. We're just hours from the season 2 premiere of 'American Horror Story,' as the Emmy-winning horror serial heads back to the year 1964 for the brand-new tale of 'American Horror Story: Asylum.' And while viewers were dumbfounded to first learn that the second season would follow an all-new story with mostly-new cast members, somehow, we're not the slightest bit surprised to learn season 1 star Dylan McDermott will return after all. But, who will the former Dr. Harmon play this time around?
Well, don't get too excited. Jessica Lange may have won the Outstanding Supporting Actress Emmy, but in the Mini-Series or Movie category, where FX managed to score 17 nominations for 'American Horror Story
Adam Levine‘s star continues to ascend. The Maroon 5 singer and ‘The Voice‘ coach is said to be in final negotiations to take a role in the second season of FX’s ‘American Horror Story.’ The series is generating plenty of buzz, so Levine could see a further wave of fame if he does indeed star on the show next season.
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