"Impeachment" is airing its final episode this November, but the Ryan Murphy train rolls on with another season of "American Crime Story" already announced.
The second half "American Horror Story" Season 10 came to a dramatic conclusion on Wednesday and revealed the fate of humanity after an alien invasion.
"American Horror Story" has come to the end of its "Double Feature," but the show will be back with more chills and thrills. Here's what we know so far.
"American Horror Story: Double Feature" is set to end on Wednesday, October 20, with the finale of the "Death Valley" arc.
Neal McDonough spoke to Newsweek about the finale of "American Horror Story" Season 10, which airs on FX on Wednesday, and shared what fans can expect.
Neal McDonough spoke with Newsweek about how his wife Ruvé and their five children informed his portrayal of President Dwight D. Eisenhower in "Death Valley."
The second half of "American Horror Story" Season 10, also known as "Double Feature," has begun with a new story and cast in "Take Me to Your Leader."
"Red Tide", the first half of "American Horror Story: Double Feature" came to a dramatic and bloody conclusion with the finale, "Winter Kills".
Leslie Grossman spoke to Newsweek about the second half of "American Horror Story" Season 10, titled "Death Valley", which starts airing on September 29.
"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.
The actor spoke with Newsweek about "American Horror Story" season 10, sharing what fans can expect and why Ursula is her favorite character she's played.
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.
Dylan McDermott spoke with Newsweek about returning to his "American Horror Story" character Ben Harmon in the "American Horror Stories" finale "Game Over."
"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."
The first season of the anthology series is coming to an end with the episode "Game Over," with a number of previous cast members returning to the show.
Aaron Tveit spoke to Newsweek about filming in the iconic LA mansion for the anthology series, starring in "Rubber (Wo)man: Part Two" and "Feral."
"American Horror Stories" Episode 4 (literally) skewered the world of influencers with this Holiday-themed story. Here's who was in the cast of the Hulu show.
"I have always been for clean conditions (in the sport)," Rylov said in response.
The famed Murder House is filmed at a real Los Angeles mansion. The property has its own unique back story very different from its fictional counterpart.
The eight-day Olympic Swimming Trials start Sunday, and Katie Ledecky, Simone Manuel, Lilly King, Caeleb Dressel and Ryan Murphy headline a loaded field. Here's how to watch this week.
"Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story" is the latest Netflix project from super-producer Ryan Murphy, and an "American Horror Story" favorite has been cast as the notorious serial killer.
Naya Rivera's father called out the "Glee" creators for not honoring commitments made to the family after her death—Ryan Murphy has since responded to say they are working with the late actress's estate.
"The Prom" is the latest all-star cast movie from Ryan Murphy, coming to Netflix this December. Meryl Streep ad Nicole Kidman fans might find something to enjoy, but gay viewers may find James Corden's role offensive.
"The Boys in the Band" is Netflix's all-star cast version of the classic play about gay men at a birthday party from hell—but the film is heaven.
"Ratched" on Netflix is the origin story of the "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" character Nurse Mildred Ratched—who author Ken Kesey based on a real person he knew.
"Ratched" on Netflix tries to be an origin story of the iconic villain Nurse Ratched from "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest," but makes a few changes to the character along the way.
We spotted references to several beloved films, including Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho" and Stanley Kubrick's "The Shining."