Ryan Murphy

American Horror Story: Sarah Paulson's Asylum character back for Roanoke

Stop the presses! Lana Winters’ American Horror Story isn’t over quite yet.

Ryan Murphy announced via Twitter on Monday that the character, whom Sarah Paulson portrayed in the show’s second season, will return to AHS for its current season.

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AHS: Ryan Murphy announces Murder House and Coven crossover season

During the star-studded Ryan Murphy and Friends panel at EW’s PopFest Sunday, moderator Tim Stack quizzed Murphy about comments he made earlier this month about American Horror Story possibly revisiting its third season Coven, which famously followed witches in New Orleans and is arguably the series’ campy cult-favorite season.

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American Crime Story: Ryan Murphy talks Versace murder season

One of the most exciting projects on Ryan Murphy’s production horizon is the follow-up to his game-changing American Crime Story. Actually, make that two follow-ups.

Murphy took the stage at a very special panel at Entertainment Weekly’s PopFest on Sunday to reveal details about the dual forthcoming installments of Crime Story, the Emmy-winning series which launched its inaugural season centered on the O.J. Simpson trial.

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American Horror Story and Scream Queens casts unite with Ryan Murphy at EW PopFest

If you’ve been watching the latest seasons of American Horror Story and Scream Queens, you probably have questions. What is going to happen on AHS: Roanoke? Who is the killer on Queens? What the hell is Lady Gaga saying? 

We’ll be asking all that and more when Kathy Bates, Cuba Gooding Jr., Jamie Lee Curtis, Lea Michele, Emma Roberts, and the series’ creator, Ryan Murphy, come together at EW’s PopFest on Sunday, Oct. 30 in Los Angeles. 

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Ryan Murphy says The WB was 'very homophobic' during the making of Popular

At this point in his career, Ryan Murphy can pretty much get any project made. But that was not always the case for the Glee and American Horror Story creator. In this week’s EW cover story, Murphy talks about selling his first TV series, Popular, to The WB and how it quickly became a “miserable experience” due to battles with network executives over the content of the series.

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Ryan Murphy on ageism in Hollywood: 'It’s ridiculous that women over 40 aren’t working'

Ryan Murphy is a huge fan of stars and pop culture, which makes him an incredible salesman when it comes to casting big-name talent in projects (Lady Gaga, Kate Hudson, John Travolta, and Gwyneth Paltrow).

“I am interested in being a showman and I am interested in show business,” he admits to EW. “I love a star. I love a twinkly. I love being with them. The first time I met Jessica Lange I couldn’t believe it.”

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American Horror Story: Roanoke exclusive: There's a huge twist coming soon

If you think you know American Horror Story: Roanoke, you don’t. The latest season of FX’s anthology series has now aired two episodes, focused on a supernatural reality series called My Roanoke Nightmare. Many fans have their theories about where this season is going. Well, AHS viewers, ready to have your mind blown in a few weeks.

“You’ll see starting in episode 6, the show has a huge turn and the thing that you think you’re watching is not what you’re watching,” co-creator Ryan Murphy reveals to EW.

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