Post-Nip/Tuck, Ryan Murphy has helped create Glee but has now swung to another horror which would be the American Horror Show. While some argue that he tends to make more problems than anything else, Murphy will hopefully keep the viewers intrigued long enough to get more than a season’s worth of showtime. Then, when things don’t add up, we can expect the demise. All signs point to this being interesting, though, so here’s to it actually lasting! God only knows what’s going to happen after It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia finally ends - although there doesn’t seem to be an end in sight for them at the moment.
It premiers October 5th and they already have a social media excavation thing going on.