Sure, the coming of fall may signal the time for all basic chicks to get their PSL on and break out the furry boots, infinity scarves, and completely unnecessary hats. But more importantly, it means the start of a promising new TV season!
This summer was exceptionally bad for any new TV, so I am very much looking forward to all the possibility that this new season will bring. Below are 10 new shows starting this fall that are actually worth a watch (and hopefully two or three or 12 watches!). Read more on College Candy…
FX has released an extended trailer for “American Horror Story: Freak Show” and it is creepy as hell in the best of ways. It fittingly features the song “Carousel” by Melanie Martinez and gives us a look at Sarah Paulson as a two-headed woman, Kathy Bates as a bearded chick, and Jyoti Amge, who is the smallest woman in the world. Thankfully for my sanity, this trailer isn’t so heavy on the scary clowns like some of the show’s other promos. Only one more month to go until the premiere! [Nerdist]
In the event you’ve been sleeping entirely too much, look no further for a solution–we’ve got one right here! Well, three actually. The new “American Horror Story: Freak Show” promos have just been realized by FX, and they are great. And by “great” I mean “I’m super creeped out, which is probably the desired effect but BRB, I need to go cuddle something soft for a little while.” Read more on The Gloss…
Lifetime could have done worse with “The Brittany Murphy Story,” judging by the trailer for the made-for-TV movie airing this Saturday. The film follows the career, personal life and mysterious death of the “Clueless” actress, who passed away from a combination of pneumonia, anemia, and drugs at the age of 32. Her husband, the British screenwriter Simon Monjack, was found dead only five months later. Keep reading »
As a huuuge and borderline-obsessed “Friends” fan (she says, sipping from an oversized Central Perk mug), I would have given my left ovary to hang out with Joey, Monica, Chandler, Ross, Phoebe and Rachel at their favorite coffee shop. And come September, I can have the next best thing. Warner Bros. Television Group, Warner Bros. Consumer Products, and Eight O’Clock Coffee are teaming up to recreate Central Perk at a pop-up location in Manhattan, 20 years after the pilot episode aired. Oh, but there’s more… Keep reading »
Each fall, TV networks try to hook us with exciting new pilots that relate to viewers on a personal and cultural level. But given how few shows actually stay on air from from year to year, it can be tricky for the suits to give the people what they want. And that’s where our pitches come in … Keep reading »