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Welcome to the family Michael Chiklis. The Emmy-winning actor joins the cast of American Horror Story: Freak Show. He’s the first AHS virgin to sign with the FX series. Chiklis joins returning AHS alums including Jessica Lange, Kathy Bates, Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Angela Basset and Frances Conroy on the fourth season of the franchise. The announcement was made during AHS: Coven‘s panel at this year’s PaleyFest.

find out his role after the jump

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Attention American Horror Story fans. The day has arrived. Ryan Murphy has officially unveiled the title for the FX series’ fourth season. It’s not Circus nor is it Carnival, but the title is in line with the carnival theme which was confirmed by one of the writers previously. Find out what the name of the new chapter of the AHS anthology is below. Hint: It’s a title of a Britney Spears song ;)

find out after the jump along with the cast

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Remember all those wonderfully creepy circus fan-made posters circulating online last year? Turns out all those hardcore fans of American Horror Story were onto something. A writer for the hit FX show pretty much confirmed a carnival setting for the upcoming fourth season.

read what one of the writers leaked after the jump

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The finale of American Horror Story: Coven revealed the next supreme. Based on the overnight ratings, the one who reigned supreme was Ryan Murphy and FX. The first airing delivered 4.2 million viewers. With the repeat factored in, the tally rose to 5.8 million. Those numbers easily rank AHS: Coven as the most-watched finale from the FX series. Not surprisingly, Coven is also the most-watched season yet from the AHS franchise.

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During FX’s presentation at the 2014 TCA press tour panel, FX Networks CEO John Landgraf shared a few juicy details about the fourth season of American Horror Story. Good news, mostly everyone is coming back. YAY.

“I think it’ll probably be a period piece again, I don’t think it’ll be contemporary,” says Landgraf. “I know that most of the current cast will be returning in some form, though I don’t know what characters they’ll be playing. I’m waiting for [Murphy] to tell me. … Every season has an opportunity to sell a new setting and new characters and a new tone to the audience.”

Landgraf also revealed that Ryan Murphy pretty much has carte blanche to do whatever he wants and take the show in any direction.

“That really is his baby. While I and other people in the company still read every script and still watch every rough cut and still give the occasional note, I have to say we don’t really have very much input. I suppose we could force ourselves to have input, but when I look at the inventiveness and the quality of what he’s done for three seasons is I don’t really see the need.”

While no one is spilling the tea with regards to what theme next season will be, a few rumors have been circulating online including a few promo posters and videos. Most likely, the artwork are simply fan-made but I think the theme could be a likely one. Find out below.

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If you haven’t watched American Horror Story yet, now is the time. The latest anthology is killing it, giving the FX show its highest ratings to date. Also, the watercooler buzz is hotter than effort mostly in part to the fabulous trinity of Jessica Lange, Angela Bassett and Kathy Bates. These three women are some badass witches, especially Bassett. My eyes light up every time she comes on screen. You can tell she’s having loads of fun playing voodoo queen Marie Laveau.

It’s no surprise Entertainment Weekly put them on their cover. American Horror Story: Coven is a phenomenon. The issue which includes exclusive interviews with Lange, Bates, and Bassett, plus AHS mainstays Sarah Paulson, Frances Conroy and Denis O’Hare hits newsstands this Friday. Also in the publication, Ryan Murphy reveals his dream cast list for future seasons of AHS and what’s in store for the rest of this season of Coven.

If you’re watching American Horror Story: Coven, you’re fully aware there’s a lot of estrogen this season. Given the witches theme, it’s only natural. Thankfully, Ryan Murphy’s obsession for working with hot studs has benefitted us once again.

Prior to joining AHS: Coven, Alexander Dreymon only has a handful of credits. One of those credits happens to a BBC film called Christopher and his Kind where he played a gay hooker. In the scene below, Dreymon flexes his biceps and gets hot and heavy with another guy who happens to be Matt Smith of Doctor Who fame. Watch the two create sexy magic below.

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Are you enjoying Jessica Lange as the wickedly delicious Fiona on American Horror Story: Coven? Better enjoy it while you can. The 64-year-old Oscar-winning actress revealed to Los Angeles Times that she only has one more season of the FX series in her. It’s part of her five-year plan to leave show business altogether.

“I am coming to the end of acting,” she reveals. “I have a list: another stage production, maybe one or two more movies, one more season of ‘American Horror Story’ … and then that is it for me. Because I think that’s enough. I want to go out with a bang … or should I say, a scare?”

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