'American Horror Story's' Ryan Murphy Unleashes Secrets of the 'Coven'http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/liv...-murphy-645415
Really good article/interview. STARTS TONIGHT!!!!!!!
OK. I'll try posting this here instead of starting a new thread. I watched most of the first season of AHS and loved it at first but for whatever started to lose a little interest as the season got close to the end. Our DVR took a huge dump and all of my recorded shows were no longer, including LOST....that's right. Anyways. My neighbor was telling me about the second season and how gruesome it had become forcing her to stop watching it. I have a hankering to jump on the third season but wanted to know if I will need to have watched the first two to really "get it" or do you think that I can come in cold.
One of the best things during Sons the other night were the Teasers for Archer/Justified/Americans.
And The Bridge...thank you! Way to not only get back to the vibe you had pre-Supervillain, but to set up the story points for next season and show a hell of a nice little teaser of your own at the end of the finale' episode. I am REALLY liking Demian Bechir after being indifferent to him for the most part in the past.
American Horror Story: Coven premiere breaks records
Nobody weighing in. I got this on tap for tonight or tomorrow so I will chime in afters. Even before this news Fx genius John Landegraf was discussing a spin off series from A/H/S of this property with Ryan Murphy, if the numbers stay strong you can count on it.
Yeah, I haven't gotten to it yet. Maybe tonight.
I love DVR.
Saw about 15 minutes of last night's episode. Like Coven so far.
FARGO TV Series Adds Bob Odenkirk, Oliver Platt, Kate Walsh, and Glenn Howerton | Collider
More on board. Starting to shape up nice castwise at the very least.
and here's a little more info on the shape of things
FX’s Fargo will feature an all-new “true crime” story, following a new case and new characters, all entrenched in the trademark humor, murder and “Minnesota nice” that has made the film an enduring classic. As previously announced, Oscar® winner Billy Bob Thornton stars as “Lorne Malvo,” a rootless, manipulative man who meets and forever changes the life of small town insurance salesman “Lester Nygaard,” played by BAFTA Award® winner and Emmy®-nominated Martin Freeman. Colin Hanks plays Duluth Police Deputy Gus Grimly, a single dad who must choose between his own personal safety when he comes face-to-face with a killer.
Rounding out Fargo’s colorful cast of recurring characters will be Emmy winner Bob Odenkirk (Breaking Bad), as “Deputy Bill Olson,” a Bemidji deputy with seniority over his younger, smarter and more ambitious fellow deputy, “Molly Solverson,” played by Allison Tolman (Sordid Lives), who will be a series regular. Golden Globe™ and Emmy-nominated Oliver Platt (The Big C, and the upcoming features Lucky Them, Chef and Kill the Messenger), will play “Stavros Milos,” the Supermarket King of Minnesota. Screen Actors Guild Award® winner Kate Walsh (Private Practice) will star as “Gina Hess,” a former stripper and mother of teenaged twin boys. Glenn Howerton, star of FXX’s It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, will play “Don Chumph,” an ambitious personal trainer. Joey King (The Conjuring, Oz: The Great and Powerful) will play Gus’s daughter, “Greta Grimly” and Peter Breitmayer (The Middle, A Serious Man) will play “Lieutenant Schmidt,” Gus’s superior officer. Tom Musgrave (Beethoven’s 5th) will portray “Bo Munk,” Lester’s boss at the Bo Munk Insurance Shop, and Josh Close (The Master) will play “Ron Nygaard,” Lester’s younger and more successful brother. Russell Harvard (There Will Be Blood) and Adam Goldberg (The Unusuals) will play members of the Fargo Crime Syndicate, “Mr. Wrench” and “Mr. Numbers,” respectively – Mr. Wrench is the muscle. Mr. Numbers is the mouth.
A 10-episode limited series, Fargo is written by Noah Hawley. Emmy Award-winning director Adam Bernstein (30 Rock) will direct the premiere hour. Executive Producers are Hawley, Warren Littlefield, Joel & Ethan Coen, and Geyer Kosinski. Fargo is produced by FX Productions and MGM Television.
Slumdog Millionaire and 127 Hours team reuniting for FX series Telemark
Y'all know Hitler's famous quote, "And I would have got away with it if it wasn't for those meddling Norweigians!!!!"The Oscar-winning director-writer-producer team of Danny Boyle, Simon Beaufoy and Christian Colson are reuniting for a 10-part FX miniseries called "Telemark."
The trio -- who collaborated on "Slumdog Millionaire" and "127 Hours" -- will join forces for their first project for American TV.
Written by Beaufoy, "Telemark" will recount the story of the Norwegian resistance to the Nazi occupation during WWII. The British-trained warriors helped sabotage Hitler's nuclear development.
"We’re incredibly honored to be working with Danny Boyle, Simon Beaufoy and Christian Colson who are three of the best filmmakers in the world," said FX exec Eric Schrier in a release. "'Telemark' is a compelling, powerful and important story, and we know Danny, Simon and Christian will do a masterful job producing it.”
Cloud Eight/Decibel Films will co-produce the miniseries for FX, but no release date has yet been set.
"As we all know, some of the very best narrative fiction ever told is currently being created as episodic television," said Beaufoy. "This incredible story is ideally suited to the slower burn and added complexity that the longer format allows and I cant' wait to get my teeth into this."
Boyle added, "This is one of the world's greatest stories and we want to tell it on an epic scale."
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