The struggle is real for Scott Disick!
Ch-ch-check out the snap, and take special note of his gloomy caption:
Ryan Murphy's highly-anticipated new show Scream Queens already has such a star-studded cast, so really what's one more, right?
The horror-slash-comedy has added Charisma Carpenter to the fold of the upcoming series in a guest-starring part.
The 44-year-old has signed on to play the mom of pint-sized pop sensation Ariana Grande in the anthology, in a spot that could end up being a recurring role!
On Wednesday, Emma took to Instagram to announce the show's premiere date! Drumroll please!
How many more stars can possibly check in to American Horror Story: Hotel!?
A day after announcing that Freak Show alum Finn Wittrock will be joining the cast of the fifth season of FX's hit anthology series, Ryan Murphy revealed another AHS veteran will be returning as well!
It's been reported that Denis O'Hare, who played the creepy burned man in season one of the series, will be joining the cast of Hotel!
Murphy explained that other returning favorites can be expected to take on different roles in Hotel, detailing:
"Everybody in the show is very excited about this season, Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters particularly because in every season thus far they've always been sort of the heroes, the good guy or the good lady so to speak, and this season they're playing absolute evil villains. So they're very excited about that and I think people will really enjoy it, and the Lady Gaga part is bananas good."
While the upcoming season is packed with AHS veterans and exciting franchise newbies, fans are still lamenting about the absence of series anchor Jessica Lange.
But don't check out just yet! The 66-year-old recently revealed she could be enticed to return to the series if approached the right way, saying:
Wow, that is one KILLER party! LOLz!
Every time FOX releases a new promo for Ryan Murphy's highly anticipated new show Scream Queens, we're more and more excited to watch the upcoming horror comedy!
But the partygoers are too distracted to realize what's going on outside the rager — the Red Devil serial killer is stalking the Kappa House, waiting to make the first kill!
This horror anthology is a classic whodunit murder mystery, so we'll have to put our best detective skills to work and try to figure out which character is under that Red Devil mask as the series progresses!
Check out the promo (above) and watch Scream Queens this fall on FOX!
21 years ago, O.J. Simpson famously led Los Angeles police officers on a highly-televised, low-speed chase up the 405 freeway in a white Ford Bronco.
On Wednesday, Cuba Gooding Jr. reenacted the high profile chase in Beverly Hills for Ryan Murphy's upcoming FX series American Crime Story!
The 46-year-old actor was spotting filming in a white Bronco, pretty much identical to the vehicle that Simpson rode in on June 17, 1994.
On that day, the former athlete was expected to turn himself in to authorities on charges of murdering his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman.
But Simpson didn't turn himself in and was spotted by police later that evening heading north on the Los Angeles interstate — driven by his friend Al Cowlings, played in the series by Malcolm-Jamal Warner.
This is one scene we definitely CANNOT wait to see when American Crime Story: The People vs. OJ Simpson airs next year!
[Image via AKM-GSI.]
It's ON… and poppin'!
Max Greenfield always tickles our funny bone playing Schmidt on New Girl, but this fall he will be making the genre jump from comedy to horror!
Murphy took to Twitter to announce the casting news on Monday:
Thanks to EW, we have our first official pics of some of the cast from American Crime Story: The People V. O.J. Simpson!
This limited series, which is being done by Ryan Murphy, creator of American Horror Story and Brad Falchuk, creator of Glee, is based on the book The Run of His Life: The People V. O.J. Simpson by Jeffrey Toobin. It'll take a look at the behind-the-scenes details of both sides of the court and ultimately how all the factors in the case lead to just enough reasonable doubt in the jury's mind.
In our first official images of the character we get a look at Cuba Gooding Jr. As O.J. Simpson, John Travolta as Robert Shapiro, David Schwimmer as Robert Kardashian, Courtney B. Vance as Johnnie Cochran, Sarah Paulson as Marcia Clark, and And Billy Magnussen will portray Kato Kaelin.
Ch-ch-check out the photos below to see if you think they look anything like their characters!
We want nothing less for you Sarah!
Miz Paulson recently sat down with The Wrap for a segment (watch below) titled Drinking with the Stars: Emmy Edition where the AHS alum dishes on what Murphy might have meant by his comments. She clues us in and debunks an internet rumor about her character being Janis Joplin in the upcoming season:
"Here's the only thing I can give you … I am not playing Janis Joplin. I would love that, that would be amazing, but no, I am not doing that."
Well we can always hope can't we?! Ch-ch-check out the video (below) to find out a little bit more about her AHS character!