“It’s set in 1950,” Murphy reveals exclusively to EW. “If you look historically what happened in the year 1950, there’s some more clues in that year. It’s a period piece. We try and do the opposite of what we’ve done before. Jessica Lange has already started practicing her German accent so I’m very excited!”
Seems to me like he did.
Even with the Godfather joke in the beginning of the episode, I did not see Luke’s Phil-coordinated reign of terror coming at all, which made it all the more hilarious. This is proof that the writers should get dark more often — and insert more pop culture homages, for that matter.
Read more: Modern Family: Happy Endings
This was spot on. Between Modern Family and the AHS finale, I was pleasantly surprised and satisfied with television last night.
(Speaking of the (superb) AHS finale, I feel as if it could have had even more impact and connection to the rest of the story if they showed old Lana and her fame earlier in the season. Just a thought.)
Poster: AHS Asylum
Confession: I didn’t watch any of Season 1 except the pilot and I thought it was really bad. However, I’m actually excited for “Asylum” and will probably watch.
This Week’s Cover: An exclusive tour inside ‘American Horror Story: Asylum’
New promo for ‘American Horror Story: Asylum' | TVLine
Super creepy. This spot is better than the earlier one and the imagery feels more creative than season one.
First Look Promo: ‘American Horror Story: Asylum' | TVLine
Ryan Murphy tweets Behind the Scenes ‘American Horror Story’ Pic of Adam Levine | TVLine
From “Mad Men” to “American Horror Story,” it’s the most awkward sex scenes from the 2011-2012 TV season. You’re welcome! (NSFW)