"Red Tide", the first half of "American Horror Story: Double Feature" came to a dramatic and bloody conclusion with the finale, "Winter Kills".
"American Horror Story" will look very different next week, with the FX show moving on to a different story about UFOs in the 1950s. Here's why Season 10 is telling two different stories this year.
In "Impeachment: American Crime Story" Episode 3, Paula Jones turned down a six-figure settlement from President Bill Clinton. Annaleigh Ashford spoke to Newsweek about the case of Paula Jones.
The story of Kathleen Willey is explored in episode 3 of "Impeachment: American Crime Story" titled "Not To Be Believed."
"Impeachment's" second episode explores the beginning of Monica Lewinsky's affair with President Bill Clinton. Here's what really happened.
Judith Light portrays the self-titled "conservative feminist" in "Impeachment: American Crime Story."
"Y: The Last Man" showrunner Eliza Clark and actors Ben Schnetzer and Ashley Romans tell Newsweek how they adapted the original comic and updated it for 2021.
Everyone with a Y chromosome dies in the new dystopian series "Y: The Last Man." Here's how you can watch the first three episodes online now.
"American Horror Story: Double Feature" is about to air the penultimate episode of the "Red Tide" story, which will reveal how Frances Conroy and Evan Peters' characters became the monsters they are.
"Impeachment's" Annaleigh Ashford spoke to Newsweek about that sketch scene in Episode 1, and the "heartbreaking" fact that Paula Jones was the "only woman in the room" throughout Jones vs. Clinton.
"Impeachment: American Crime Story" delves deep into the Lewinsky-Clinton affair and the three women at the heart of the story: Monica Lewinsky, Linda Tripp, and Paula Jones.
"Impeachment: American Crime Story" Episode 1 on FX features some eyebrow-raising moments, from Paula Jones' rude drawing to Monica Lewinsky's private names for the president.
"Impeachment: American Crime Story" Episode 1 features Cobie Smulders as conservative pundit Ann Coulter, who found herself tied up in the Clinton scandals on a number of occasions.
"American Crime Story: Impeachment" is based on a book about the real-life events concerning President Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky.
Episode 1 of "Impeachment: American Crime Story" briefly introduces Vince Foster into the narrative, who would go on to become a key figure in the Clinton administration.
Impeachment: American Crime Story's Annaleigh Ashford spoke to Newsweek about playing the role of Paula Jones.
"Impeachment: American Crime Story" is a dramatization of the Lewinsky-Clinton affair that saw Bill Clinton become the second U.S. president to be impeached.
"Impeachment" is the latest installment in the American Crime Story anthology series, focusing on the Clinton-Lewinsky scandal.
Kayvan Novak spoke with Newsweek about impersonating his co-stars and what fans can expect from Nandor the Relentless in season 3 of the FX Comedy.
The Muse demands blood in return for greatness, but with more and more people taking the pill chaos starts to reign in "'American Horror Story" season 10.
"What We Do in the Shadows" showrunner Paul Simms spoke to Newsweek about Laszlo's beloved alter-ego, what to expect in season 3 and filming during COVID.
Harry Gardner has done away with sense and taken the little black pill that'll make him a star, but also turn him into a blood-sucking creature in "Pale."
The horror anthology series typically heads to Netflix after it has aired on FX, so fans must be eager for news of its arrival internationally.
"American Horror Story" has returned for its 10th season with "Red Tide," the first of its two stories that follows a family's ill-advised stay in Provincetown.
"American Horror Story" Season 10 is coming to FX with "Red Tide," the first part of this year's "Double Feature." Here's who Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters and more are playing on the FX show.
Dylan McDermott spoke with Newsweek about returning to his "American Horror Story" character Ben Harmon in the "American Horror Stories" finale "Game Over."
The biggest twist in the finale of "American Horror Stories" was the reveal that part of the story was set in a video game.
"American Horror Stories" is a direct spin-off of "American Horror Story", and it includes a number of careful references to its original source material.
The anthology series created by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk ends its first season on August 19 with its seventh episode, "Game Over."