Brian Michael Bendis' Powers is an excellent comic, and would likely make a great foundation to build a TV show. Bendis has spent the past several years trying to prove that point at FX, and despite reports of the project's imminent demise, he says things are looking up. So what's the latest?
With the second season of FX's American Horror Story debuting Wednesday, the studio has quietly settled a lingering legal battle over the use of some distinctly creepy body art that showed up in the first year of the hit series.
As we close in on the October 17 premiere of American Horror Story season two, FX has released three weird new teasers that show off the surreal side of the Asylum.
Is your brain becoming unhinged with all the deranged AHS teasers? Let's push you over the edge with one more. This pasty patient is having trouble with her wrist-wound dressings. They're alive!
Considering the fact that it's been in development for, like, years—and still hasn't been picked up by the network—it'd be easy to assume FX's comic-based cop show Powers is dead. But, then you'd be wrong.
The creators of FX's American Horror Story know they have a bona fide hit on their hands—and it seems they're hoping to go big, or go home, with the second year of the horror anthology.
Character descriptions are pretty common when casting for a TV show or movie, but the latest bit of casting news for FX's creeptastic American Horror Story shows just how wild the creators want to go in season two.
It seems like it's been forever since the creep-tastic first season of FX's American Horror Story came to an end—but now we finally have some intel on season two to tide us over.
Tonight's episode of Syfy's Monster Man features the propmaking Hall family designing giant ants...because when you take something really small and really annoying...
It took awhile for Stargate Universe to get around to showing us aliens, and when the series finally did, it didn't take the easy way out of nose ridges or zippered rubber suits—not only were these aliens were not friendly, they were most definitely NOT humanoid. Mark Savela, visual effects supervisor on Stargate Universe, let's us see those blue aliens were born.