When you see AHS:AHS on timeline, it’s not because Elon Musk and Grimes had another baby, it’s because Ryan Murphy cannot chill for even one minute. According to Deadline, Ryan is already promoting a new series called American Horror Stories which is a spinoff of his FX series American Horror Story: Julie Roberts’ Niece. This was all announced on Instagram Live by way of a show called American Horror Story: Pandemic which is just all of Ryan Murphy’s favorite actors trapped together on a never-ending Zoom call.
Not even the late Sylvia Browne could’ve predicted that the Pagemaster and Annie Wilkes would eventually hook up. But it’s happening, because Ryan Murphy (and the year 2020) gives zero fucks about sanity. During an interview with E! News, Ryan says that Macaulay Culkin and Kathy Bates will do it on the next season of American Horror Story.
First off, spoilers much, Ry-dog? Second off, this Oscar-winning achievement (that’s right, the Academy is changing the rules to allow a televised sex scene to automatically win Best Picture) hasn’t even been shot yet. The next season of AHS was supposed to premiere this fall, but production has been delayed because of coronavirus.
Matt Bomer Jokes About Feeling “Objectified” When Compared To Every Other Brown-Haired White Man In Ryan Murphy’s Hiring Pool
There’s been a long-running meme on Twitter that makes fun of Ryan Murphy casting brown-haired pretty white man after brown-haired pretty white man in American Horror Story and his other shows. If you’re Evan Peters, Sarah Paulson, or a come-to-life brunette Ken Doll, you will have job security for years to come thanks to Ryan. Well, Matt Bomer, one of the stallions from Ryan’s stable of Barbizon-trained-male-models-turned-thespians, piped up about being called a member of Ryan’s version Hitchock Blondes.
The next installment of Ryan Murphy’s American Horror Story: 1984 won’t be released until September, but Ryan’s already got his hair and wardrobe departments working overtime creating some peak ‘80s looks for the cast. And since the cast for season 10 does not include Dame Joan Collins, I’d understand if you skipped this post entirely. However, if you do stay, you will be treated/exposed to Matthew Morrison’s enormous bulge (rubber, I’m sure) almost slipping out of his tiny mustard colored terrycloth shorts.
Queer mafia leader Ryan Murphy better get down on his knees and thank Gay Jesus, because his #1 star is returning to the show that made him great. Variety reports that, during the TCA summer press tour on Friday, American Horror Story’s second-in-command Sarah Paulson announced that Jessica Lange would be returning to the show for its eighth season, AHS: Apocalypse. She’ll be reprising her role as Season One’s nosy neighbor and grandmother of evil, Constance Langdon. So we won’t get the classic “knotty pinnnnneeee?!?!“, but we might get withering put-downs to ghost maids and burnt people. Good enough!
Ryan Murphy Has Somehow Managed To Nab The Biggest Star In The World For The Next “American Horror Story”
Alternate title: Dame Joan Collins To Save “American Horror Story”!!
The following so-called famous people have been in past seasons of American Horror Story: Jessica Lange, Connie Britton, Angela Bassett, Kathy Bates, Joseph Fiennes, Sarah Paulson, Matt Bomer, Lady Gaga, James Cromwell, Cuba Gooding Jr., Frances Conroy, Emma Roberts, and Michael Chiklis. But AHS could never say that it was filled with blinding star power until now.
The Hollywood Reporter did a big profile on Ryan Murphy’s $300 million Netflix deal, and he dropped a few little nuggets. He’s thinking of doing a Barbra Streisand/Lady Gaga variety show (no, thank you), he’s contemplating a wellness show (another “no thanks” to GOOP TV), says that American Crime Story: Katrina is still in the works, and that an ACS season of the Monica Lewinsky/Clinton scandal has been canceled. (Ryan doesn’t think it’s his place to tell Monica’s story, and will only do it if she’s a producer and will get money out of it.) Buried in Ryan’s THR profile is a stage 10 bombshell: Dame Joan Collins is going to be in the next season of American Horror Story. THR probably buried the lede, because if they put it in the headline, their site would’ve crashed.