FX has confirmed the premiere date for the fourth installment of its critically acclaimed anthology series American Horror Story: Freak Show for Wednesday, October 8th at 10 PM ET/PT, and, they’ve revealed an official teaser spot!
American Horror Story: Freak Show begins its tale in the quiet, sleepy hamlet of Jupiter, Florida. The year is 1952. A troupe of curiosities has just arrived to town, coinciding with the strange emergence of a dark entity that savagely threatens the lives of townsfolk and freaks alike.
Following this report from last week, FX has officially ordered up 13-episode second season of its newest hit drama series The Strain from Guillermo del Toro and Carlton Cuse.
Season 2 of The Strain is scheduled to debut in the summer of 2015.
There are seven all-new episodes remaining in Season 1 airing Sundays at 10 PM ET/PT on FX.
The Strain marks the first time FX has aired an original series on Sunday night and the move has shown its mettle, ranking as the #1 new series on cable (broadcast or premium) in 2014 in delivery of Adults 18-49. The series also recorded the most-watched series premiere in FX history with 12.7 million Total Viewers, which surpassed the network’s initial projection of 10 million Total Viewers.
After a brief hiatus due to traveling, I’m back on What the Flick?! to talk about The Strain with colleagues William Bibbiani and Alonso Duralde. We’re recapping episode 106, “Occultation.” And while we have a lot of problems with this show, we’re still watching…why? The video explains it all.
In last night’s episode: Aafter warning Kelly to leave the city with Zack ahead of the spreading plague, Eph is arrested by the FBI. Eichhorst has one final job for Gus, while Setrakian realizes that the coming eclipse is the tipping point for virus infection and the beginning of the end.
The Devil’s Advocate is one of many supernatural thrillers that came out of the late ’90s. And because it was born of a decade that comes with a particular stigma (one that posits the ’90s sucked for horror), it isn’t discussed all that much, but I think Taylor Hackford’s film is pretty solid.
Deadline is reporting today that the film might serve as a inspiration for a television series.
According to the site, NBC has ordered up a pilot from the film’s original producers John Wells and Arnold Kopelson. Matt Venne (Bag of Bones) is penning the script.
I think I have accepted that True Blood is a “chick show.” The violence, the fighting, the monsters are all gone. But for me, that just leaves a hell of a lot less that is interesting. And they have wrapped up all the interesting storylines: Tara and her mom; Violet…well, okay, I guess those were the most interesting storylines. But have you noticed that in the last few episodes, Hep V has barely even been mentioned? And we haven’t had any attacks from Hep V vamps since the first couple episodes. I miss those junkie psychopaths.
Bill has decided that he doesn’t want the cure. Worse, he can’t/won’t explain why. Some nonsense about accepting his fate. He later admits to Eric that he is doing it for Sookie. Anyway, Sookie and Jessica don’t take this very well. Sookie slaps him until Eric makes her stop, while Jessica asks to be released. Bill abides.
The Scream television series over at MTV just recast one of its main characters. The Hollywood Reporter says Bex Taylor-Klaus is taking over for Amy Forsyth as “Audrey,” a teen who aspires to be a filmmaker. No reason was revealed as to why Forsyth exited the role.
Added to the cast, per THR:
Bobby Campo (The Final Destination) will recur as Seth Branson, the hot English teacher at Lakewood High who has an easy charm and is clearly one of the “cool” teachers, who can go with it if a lesson plan gets a little off-track.
FX announced this morning that American Horror Story: Freak Show – the fourth season in the hit horror series – will premiere on Wednesday, October 8th at 10pm ET/PT (check your local listings.
Freak Show is set in 1950s Juniper, FL, and centers around one of the last remaining freak shows of the time. From bearded ladies to Siamese twins, Freak Show features some of the series’ most familiar faces.
Although FX has yet to make this official, early word is that The Strain is being renewed for a second season. The horror series, based on the novels by Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan, airs its sixth episode this Sunday.
Global News learned of the renewal because apparently the production is started to stake out shooting locations throughout Toronto for this fall. I suspect we’ll hear from FX about this sooner than later.