There's no question this must be excruciatingly difficult on the entire family.
The source said:
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This is devastating.
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Glee creator Ryan Murphy reflected on the show's rollercoaster six seasons, including Cory Monteith's untimely death from a drug overdose in July of 2013.
For those who don't know, Ryan was an instrumental part in Monteith entering rehab in March of 2013. The TV guy, along with the actor's then girlfriend Lea Michele, were his main pillars of support while he struggled with addiction.
Unfortunately, the star couldn't overcome his demons in the end.
Recalling the last time he saw Cory, Ryan revealed:
It's almost October, and that means saying hello (and goodbye) to a new batch of movies and TV shows headed to (and from) Netflix!
If you're as into Halloween as we are, you'll be excited to learn you can catch up on American Horror Story as Hotel is finally dropping on the streaming service! Sadly, there's some bad timing for horror fans too — the classic The Exorcist is about to leave!
Of course, if you want something a bit lighter, Matthew McConaughey will warm your heart in the rom com How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days!
Ch-ch-check out all the AH-Mazing movies coming and going on Netflix in October (below)!
And with the 20-year-old trial back under the public microscope, many viewers are curious as to what happened behind-the-scenes of the historic court battle — specifically, between prosecutors Marcia Clark and Christopher Darden!
The two attorneys have always been suspected of hooking up during the trial — heck, even Ryan Murphy's crime anthology hinted at a romantic spark between the Emmy-winning characters played by Sarah Paulson and Sterling K. Brown.
However, after YEARS of speculation, the actual Darden is finally opening up about his relationship with the fellow attorney, telling Entertainment Tonight on Tuesday:
***WARNING: Scream Queens Spoilers Ahead***
Welcome back, idiot hookers.
Luckily, that meant an hour of wall-to-wall entertainment on Tuesday night when FOX reopened the C.U.R.E Institute — much to the disdain of the Chanels!
While a majority of the episode was dedicated to reintroducing us to Keke Palmer, Jamie Lee Curtis, Emma Roberts, Abigail Breslin, and Billie Lourd's already iconic characters in their new, sterile environment… the welcomed additions to the cast certainly made the most of their debut.
But we're not just talking random up-and-comers — no, American Horror Story: Kids somehow managed to attract Hollywood royalty like John Stamos, Kirstie Alley, Jerry O'Connell, Taylor Lautner, Laura Bell Bundy, and Cecily Strong for the premiere… it's just too bad not everyone could survive the night!
We guess the Green Meanie is just as bloodthirsty as the Red Devil!!
So, without further ado…
M-m-meet Scream Queens' newest residents for Season Two (below)!!!
Because after watching Wednesday night's season premiere of the horror anthology, we were left frightened, intrigued, and mostly confused!
The episode started with the ominous warning "Inspired by true events," setting up the season's dual timelines with two sets of actors — one with sit down interviews for a true crime style documentary, and the other in the not-so-distant past retelling what happened.
The season centers around a friendly couple — yoga teacher Shelby and pharmaceutical salesman Matt — who move to Roanoke, North Carolina.
Lily Rabe plays the "real" Shelby in the sit down interview, while Sarah Paulson plays her in the reenacted timeline. André Holland plays present-day Matt, while Cuba Gooding Jr. portrays him the flashback.
Will this storytelling device pay off — perhaps giving us two unreliable narrators — or is Ryan Murphy just paying homage to paranormal reenactment shows? We don't have the answer yet, but we do know the title of this season is
Ryan Murphy doesn't waste any time, does he?
Lady GaGa released her new single Perfect Illusion on Thursday — and while not everyone found it to be the comeback single they were hoping for, the pop song is already being put to good use!
Just a few hours after the release, FX dropped a new American Horror Story season 6 promo featuring GaGa's haunting new track, and everything fits together just perfectly.
Not only does the music complement the grotesque supercut, but it also speaks to the perfectly illusive teasers we've been getting so far that tell us nothing about the mysterious new season!
Ch-ch-check out the latest teaser featuring GaGa's new song (below) and catch the season 6 premiere of AHS September 14!
But the biggest hint of the upcoming season's theme may have just been given away by accident!
On Tuesday, the TV and film review aggregator site Rotten Tomatoes briefly listed what might be the official title of season six!
The site listen the sixth season as American Horror Story: