American Horror Story: ApocalypseLatest News and Opinion
Posted Wednesday 9/19/18 at 10:06PM EDT
American Horror Story: Apocalypse unveils the first look at Jessica Lange in her return as Constance
Ryan Murphy posted a production photo that shows Lange reprising her Murder House Season 1 role with episode director Sarah Paulson.
Posted Thursday 9/13/18 at 11:07PM EDT
American Horror Story: Apocalypse looks like the franchise's dumbest season ever
Source: The Atlantic
"FX has hyped Apocalypse as the ultimate treat for Story fans, promising to bring back characters from the first season (set in a house haunted by hot ghosts) and the third (about a coven of sassy witches)," says Spencer Kornhaber. "Those earlier installments did indeed provide the scary, silly, and moving highlights of a franchise whose eternally promising conceit has been undermined by sloppy tonal shifts and plotting. The Apocalypse premiere can barely muster even the baseline bonkers, though: Forgoing the directive to terrify, it relies on first-draft camp comedy. Most troubling is that by wiping the Earth and heading below ground, (Ryan) Murphy and (Brad) Falchuk are betting they can construct a coherent new world according to their tastes and imagination. But eight seasons in, their stores of those resources appear as barren as California in nuclear winter."
- Apocalypse premieres to more than 3 million viewers, down from last season's premiere
- American Horror Story ditched the seriousness of Cult for the campy fun of Apocalypse
- This was one of the strongest premieres in American Horror Story history
- Nothing in the premiere was even remotely scary or shocking
- Apocalypse has perhaps the most visually beguiling set-up of any in the anthology so far
- The premiere's first moments redeemed the aimless, camping next 45 minutes
Posted Wednesday 9/12/18 at 11:54PM EDT
Will Sarah Paulson ever be finished with American Horror Story?
Source: The Hollywood Reporter
"I’ve made the joke before that I want to be doing this show until I’m 95," she says. That they’re going to have to drag me out of there kicking and screaming. That being said, I have no idea what (Ryan Murphy's) plans are for me. It’s tantamount to me walking in and saying, 'Do you want me to go left or right?' and then whatever he says, I will just go there. (Laughs.) So I don’t know what his plans are for me as it pertains to Horror Story, but there will be crawl marks on the walls from them trying to drag me out if they ever ask me to go."
Posted Tuesday 9/11/18 at 9:05PM EDT
FX releases creepy American Horror Story: Apocalypse character portraits
Source: TV Guide
Included are images of Kathy Bates' Ms. Miriam Mead and Billie Lourd's Mallory.
Posted Wednesday 9/05/18 at 3:54PM EDT
American Horror Story: Apocalypse unveils its official trailer
The full-length trailer offers a comprehensive look at the season combining Murder House and Coven.
Posted Wednesday 9/05/18 at 2:03AM EDT
American Horror Story: Apocalypse's new trailer features a reunion of old friends
Rubber Man, Cordelia, Ben Harmon, Myrtle Snow and Madison Montgomery are among those featured in the new Season 8 trailer.
Posted Monday 8/27/18 at 7:52AM EDT
Ryan Murphy shares the first look at Connie Britton and Dylan McDermott's American Horror Story: Apocalypse reunion
The American Horror Story: Murder House stars are reprising their roles in American Horror Story: Apocalypse.
Posted Friday 8/24/18 at 1:44PM EDT
Taissa Farmiga to reprise both her Murder House and Coven characters on American Horror Story: Apocalypse
Source: Entertainment Weekly
She'll return as Coven witch Zoe and Murder House's Violet, whose parents are played by the returning Dylan McDermott and Connie Britton.
Posted Thursday 8/23/18 at 1:52PM EDT
Connie Britton and Dylan McDermott are returning to American Horror Story for Apocalypse season
The alums of Season 1's Murder House will be part of the new Apocalypse season, which is a crossover between their season and the Coven season. Britton and McDermott will reprise their roles as married couple Vivien and Ben Harmon.
Posted Wednesday 8/22/18 at 1:56PM EDT
Sarah Paulson reveals her new American Horror Story: Apocalypse mystery character in a chilling video
“Now is your chance to be one of the few remaining,” she says in a 28-second video posted to Twitter. “This is your chance to survive. We’ll find you soon.”
Posted Monday 8/20/18 at 7:59AM EDT
Ryan Murphy posts a photo of the American Horror Story: Coven cast reunited for the Apocalypse season
"What a thrilling night with the legend Stevie Nicks on the set of AHS," Murphy tweeted.
Posted Tuesday 8/07/18 at 10:55PM EDT
How Joan Collins wound up on American Horror Story: Apocalypse
The former Dynasty star says she landed the part thanks to a chance meeting with Ryan Murphy at the Vanity Fair Oscar party.
Posted Tuesday 8/07/18 at 2:27PM EDT
American Horror Story: Apocalypse adds five Coven alums, including Stevie Nicks
"Guess who's coming back for AHS APOCALYPSE?" tweeted Ryan Murphy. "Taissa Farmiga, Gabourey Sidibe, Lily Rabe, Frances Conroy and....Stevie Nicks. So thrilled the family is together again! "
Posted Monday 8/06/18 at 2:50PM EDT
American Horror Story: Apocalypse unveils a twisted first teaser
"It's time," tweeted the FX series uniting the characters from American Horror Story's Murder House and Coven seasons.
Posted Friday 8/03/18 at 8:12PM EDT
Jessica Lange is coming back for American Horror Story: Apocalypse
Sarah Paulson revealed at the TV press tour that Lange will reprise her Season 1 Murder House role of Constance on the Apocalypse season's sixth episode. “I have the great pleasure of letting you all know, yes, she will be back,” Paulson said. “Jessica will be returning as Constance in an episode I’m going to direct.” Lange last appeared on American Horror Story Season 4 Freak Show season. During the press tour session, it was also revealed that Evan Peters will join Paulson in directing an episode this season. Executive producer Alexis Martin Woodall also offered some details of the Apocalypse season. “I’m just going to say one thing: The story begins with the end of the world, and then our world begins,” Woodall said. “It starts in the real world. It’s very tangible, and it’s a familiar hammock.”