Because writer/director/producer Ryan Murphy was not busy enough with American Horror Story and American Crime Story, he also decided to follow up Fox’s Glee with another over-the-top series that takes on the horror genre to a lighter degree with Scream Queens. Packed with both veteran and younger stars, the concept is fun enough, with this […]
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In the beginning, the idea of producer Ryan Murphy being involved with a spin-off series of American Horror Story titled American Crime Story, with a focus on the O.J. Simpson murder trial for the first season, seemed risky to say the least. Now you put in a fantastic ensemble cast, use Jeffrey Tobin’s bestselling novel, […]
Check in to the fifth season of the deliciously diabolical series from creators Ryan Murphy & Brad Falchuk, starring a killer cast that includes Lady Gaga – in her Golden Globe-winning role as The Countess – along with Kathy Bates, Angela Bassett, Matt Bomer, Denis O’Hare and Sarah Paulson. A string of grisly murders is […]
Guest reviewer JimmyO, Salim and Aaron discuss the newest season of this horror anthology. Starring Jimmy Oster, Salim Lemelle and Aaron Fink. Directed by Amy Taylor. Synopsis: Season Two of this anthology takes us to the Briarcliff mental institution in 1964. Many of the patients are committed against their will, for crimes they claim they […]
What happens when you have the hottest musical/comedy show on television? You take your act on the road! Glee was created by Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan, which, believe it or not, was originally intended to be a film. Murphy, however, had other ideas and eventually proposed Glee as a weekly TV show instead of […]
Last year during the inaugural season of Fox’s smash hit Glee, the show paid homage to one of the most controversial and popular performers in our midst today; Lady Gaga. Performing her hits such as “Bad Romance” and a playful ballad rendition of “Poker Face,” the cast proficiently carried her work to their show. So […]
Musicals have been around for ages. Spawned from the days of stone amphitheaters, they have evolved into productions delivered on stage and ultimately on the big screen. So how would such a production perform on television? From Yankee Doodle Dandy to today’s Oz-spinoff Wicked, the genre has always garnered a significant audience and maintained its […]