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On the heels of Lady Gaga confirming her return to the American Horror Story franchise, comes word of another fan favorite also doing the same. Angela Bassett, who’s appeared on every season since Coven (S3), will take part in the popular FX anthology’s sixth season.

While promoting London Has Fallen, the 57-year-old actress spilled the beans about her new character. “I will be back… I think I might be psychic. I think. But it can all change, we don’t start filming until June this year, so anything is possible and everything can change between now and then,” she told Collider.

With S6 being set in two time periods, it’ll be interesting to she how psychic powers play into the season’s theme. Com’n Ryan Murphy, give us more tidbits, especially the show’s new subtitle.

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Is Golden Globe number two on the way? Probably not, but I’m confident the Hollywood Foreign Press Association will most likely nominate her again. They’re notoriously known to be huge star f*ckers.

During an interview with Z100, Lady Gaga confirmed she’s booked a return gig to American Horror Story. Mother Monster replied “yes” when asked if she’ll appear on the FX series again. She added, “I can’t promise you how or when or anything like that.” Does that mean she might not return for Season 6, but show up for Season 7. So very cryptic.

Not much is known about Season 6. Ryan Murphy has kept relatively mum on the topic. FX boss John Landgraf previously revealed it will be “set in the present” with “echoes of the past” mixed in.” “It’s set in two time periods,” he added, “but principally in the present.”

Listen to Gaga’s interview below, where she also talks about “Til It Happens To You” and her Oscar performance.

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FX Renews American Horror Story For Season 6

In: Donovan, TV Shows

Fans of the FX anthology rejoice!!! The network just announced it’s picked up another season of American Horror Story. No word on what the theme or subtitle is, but Season 6 will premiere in 2016, most likely in the Fall as in previous years.

After disappointing with Freak Show, Ryan Murphy and company rebounded, IMHO, with Hotel. I’m really enjoying this season, despite not having Jessica Lange involved. Fingers crossed she makes an appearance for the sixth season.

AHS: Hotel is averaging 6.9 million viewers and a 3.7 rating in adults 18-49, up one and seven percent respectively from last year’s Freak Show. Read the network’s official statement below.

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Next to that gruesome scene involving Max Greenfield getting raped with a conical dildo, the bloody fourgy montage featuring Matt Bomer and Lady Gaga was the most insane thing on the premiere of American Horror Story: Hotel. I didn’t know whether to be disgusted or turned on. Right?

The 37-year-old actor stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show to talk about filming that wild scene including fun anecdotes about downtime in between takes. Check out the interview below.

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With just one week to go before the fifth season of American Horror Story premieres, Ryan Murphy has premiered the opening credits for his FX horror anthology. As usual, the title sequence is one creepy and bloody affair.

As with every year, Murphy teases the credits are filled with clues for the upcoming season. We already know Wes Bentley plays a detective who visits the Hotel Cortez to track down a serial killer known as The Ten Commandments Killer. Ergo all the biblical references in the clip.

Watch the credits below and see if you can pick up on any other clues slash spoilers. American Horror Story: Hotel creeps back on television on October 7 on FX.

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We’re heading into the final stretch from the premiere of American Horror Story: Hotel. Apparently, this season is as good as the fantastic first one. Whether it’s just the cast blowing smoke up viewers’ asses or not, in just two weeks, we’ll find out. I can’t wait. I guarantee, it’ll at least be better than the abysmal Freak Show season.

The network just unveiled new promo artwork for the FX anthology. Dressed up as their characters, the main cast pose on the luxurious staircase of the Hotel Cortez- Sarah Paulson as Hypodermic Sally, Angela Basset as Ramona Royale, Kathy Bates as Iris, Matt Bomer as Donovan, Wes Bentley as Detective John Lowe, Evan Peters as Mr. James March, Denis O’Hare as Liz Taylor, Finn Wittrock as Tristan Duffy, Chloë Sevigny as Alex Lowe, Cheyenne Jackson as Will Drake, Max Greenfield as drug junkie Gabriel, Mare Winnigham as the laundress of the Hotel Cortez and Lady Gaga as The Countess Elizabeth.

Not shown, but also appearing on the season are Lily Rabe as serial killer Aileen Wuornos, Darren Criss as a Silver Lake hipster, Naomi Campbell as a Vogue editor named Claudia and Emma Roberts in an undisclosed role. Check out the full artwork below.

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The 2015-16 television season officially kicks off next week after the Primetime Emmys air on Sunday. What has the Twitterverse all buzzing? Wonder no more. Twitter has released data about the upcoming season.

The micro-blogging site reports 21 million tweets have been logged so far about fall TV debuts. That number represents a 34 percent increase from last year. Networks should be a little worried though about their new offerings. Twitter reveals that 90 percent of the conversation has revolved around returning series.

Topping the returnees list is Grey’s Anatomy. The medical drama catapulted to pole position with 2.2 million tweets after ranking 6th last year. I suppose killing off McDreamy was a wise move after all. Another long-running program scored the runner-up slot. Supernatural which is entering its 11th season notched 2.0 million tweets.

On the freshman list, Ryan Murphy’s American Horror Story: Hotel beat the competition with 1.1 million. I’m a little dumbfounded why Twitter placed the FX anthology in the ‘New Shows’ category. Murphy’s other new offering Scream Queens landed in third with 247,000 tweets. More of a breakdown below.

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Behold. Beware. The Countess Elizabeth in the fashionable clip titled “Above and Below.” At first glance, it looks like a new music video by Lady Gaga. Rather, it’s the latest promo for American Horror Story: Hotel which finds the 29-year-old singer flanked by creepy children and bald-headed-men.

The 13-episode fifth installment premieres on October 7 on FX. Along with Gaga, the show features an all-star cast including Sarah Paulson, Kathy Bates, Angela Bassett, Wes Bentley, Matt Bomer, Chloë Sevigny, Denis O’Hare, Cheyenne Jackson, Evan Peters, Finn Wittrock and Naomi Campbell. Check out the new clip below, along with another recently-released video titled “Locked Up.”

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