Attention, Chappie fans. Your time has finally come. Neill Blomkamp’s bizarre sci-fi experiment is arriving on Netflix in November. This is truly a momentous occasion for all five of you. As for the rest of us, a bunch of other new titles are coming to the streaming service next month, including Sundance favorite Mudbound, along with the debut seasons of Marvel’s The Punisher and the Steven Soderbergh-produced western Godless.
Just when you thought you were over November 2016, they throw in clowns. See the horror that unfurls post-election in the first full trailer for American Horror Story Season 7, and its coulrophobic Cult.
Ryan Murphy didn’t tease the American Horror Story Season 7 theme quite so harshly as Season 6, but our guessing game is over nonetheless. American Horror Story: Cult is confirmed as our seventh, politically-minded chapter, taking place in the aftermath of the 2016 election.
The madness of deducing American Horror Story Season 6 is behind us, but Season 7 has its own questions. Answers may come as early as next week, as Ryan Murphy promises a full title, and perhaps even the new opening credits.
One could go a little mad stitching together the various connections of American Horror Story seasons, and the seventh year looks to be no different. Ryan Murphy teases a Freak Show connection waiting in the wings, along with a terrible, terrible comic idea.
It’s been over a month since Sons of Anarchy boss Kurt Sutter offered any update on FX spinoff pilot Mayans MC, and perhaps with good reason. Sources claim not only that the entire pilot may be reshot, but that cast may go their separate ways as well.
Our first look at one American Horror Story Season 7 monster was gruesome enough, so leave it to Ryan Murphy to double-down. The FX showrunner shares yet another cryptic clue, while rumors swirl that a certain Mother monster will put in an appearance as well.
The world has not been bereft of new Louis C.K. content, though FX viewers can’t help missing Louie. Network head John Landgraf now updates on the series’ future, also suggesting that Fargo may not return after Season 3.
Once we’d gotten past the “why” of ABC’s Roseanne revival, there was still the “how” of John Goodman’s Dan taking part. The character famously served as one of the series finale’s heavier twists, but new details of the revival seek to undo poor Dan’s fate.