Just yesterday, we were treated to a trio of tantalizing trailers for season 6 of American Horror Story and we couldn't have been more pumped — but now we have more!
About a month ago, we were given the first teaser image for the upcoming season of one of our favorite spooky shows, and yesterday's teasers pretty much confirmed that we're getting a farmhouse setting — but what about Lady GaGa?!
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Well after winning an Emmy for her performance in last season's AHS, GaGa got her own little teaser trailer this year — and it's creepy AF!
Ch-ch-check out the chilling new teaser for the upcoming season (below) and let us know if you're as stoked for more Horror Story as we are!
Fans will be gifted with one EPIC family reunion next season on The Big Bang Theory!
Showrunner Steve Molaro revealed at CBS's Comic-Con panel that the hit sitcom will finally introduce Penny's mother and brother — and they will both be played by TV veterans.
The Emmy-winning comedy has tapped Sons of Anarchy alum Katey Sagal to play the neurotic mother of Kaley Cuoco's character!
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This casting marks an on-screen reunion for Sagal and Cuoco — as the two costarred as a mother and daughter in the 2002
This year, Idris Elba has already won TWO Emmys and is a contender for the next James Bond movie — but now he's proving he's more than suave.
He can really sing!
On Tuesday night, the British actor stopped by The Tonight Show to chat it up with Jimmy Fallon and the host couldn't help himself from playing a game with the 43-year-old!
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Instead of those late night drinking games, Jimmy thankfully busted out Box of Microphones to play with the Hollywood hottie as Elba sang Desiigner's Panda, Jimmy rapped Drake's One Dance – plus the pair sand Lionel Richie's Endless Love!
Ch-ch-check out Idris' AH-Mazing performance as the two celebs sing a sweet duet!
Now we get why they waited so long to greenlight more episodes!
One of the biggest surprises out of pop culture in 2015 was how successfully Netflix's true crime documentary Making a Murderer connected with audiences seemingly out of nowhere.
However, despite how passionately fans came to the support of potentially wrongfully convicted killers Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey in the case of Teresa Halbach's murder, the streaming service suspiciously never renewed the series for Season Two… until now!
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It would seem as though Netflix simply wanted to wait and see how well the show really did with critics as opposed to just viewers before making any decisions, because just five days after the doc was nominated for a staggering six Emmy nominations, Making a Murderer was officially given a second season!
VP of Original Documentary Programming Lisa Nishimura praised creators Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos for their hard work in the renewal announcement on Tuesday, saying:
After airing one of the most epic season finales to ever exist, Game Of Thrones fans have been left wanting more than ever — and now we may have to wait the longest we've ever had to!
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As you may remember, Thrones showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss had previously stated that the upcoming seventh season of the show might be shorter and may not arrive until later than we're used to.
Unfortunately, we now know that both of these rumors are true as the president of HBO programming confirmed the news saying:
Bryan Cranston may be playing Zordon in the upcoming Power Rangers reboot, but one of the original rangers isn't the biggest fan of the casting!
That's because the Breaking Bad alum once allegedly made a homophobic comment about actor David Yost's portrayal as the OG blue ranger in the Might Morphin' Power Rangers TV series!
In a 2009 interview with IGN, the Emmy-winner referred to Yost's character Billy Cranston mockingly as "the fey one" (which means "effeminate") when joking that the blue ranger was named after him.
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Yost, who publicly came out as gay in 2010, told NBC Out on Friday that he was "really hurt" by Cranston's comments.
While expressing mixed feelings about the actor's casting in the upcoming big screen reboot, he said: