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Why Glee Matters

Glee was a musical television series that focused on the fictitious McKinley High School glee club, the New Directions. It was conceived in 2005 by Ian Brennan as a film and produced from 2009 to 2015 by prolific television producers Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk ( 295 more words

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Chloe Sevigny returns to American Horror Story

Ryan Murphy confirmed that she will be returning via Twitter. 

Horror

American Horror Story: Murder House (2011)

An American horror series, created by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, with Connie Britton, Dylan McDermott and Taissa Farmiga.

The first season, retroactively titled American Horror Story: Murder House, is about infidelity. 423 more words

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TV Review: Glee (The Entire Series Review)

I will never forget that Glee is the first TV show that I watch regularly, tuning in to see the new episode every week. It had humble beginnings in the first two seasons but it had a slight downfall starting from the fourth season and had a terrible bumpy ride in the fifth season but it redeemed itself somehow in the sixth, final season. 286 more words

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TV Review: Glee (Season 6)

This review contains spoilers about the sixth, final season of Glee

After the disaster that was the fifth season of Glee, I stopped watching it. Despite the news that the sixth season is the final season of Glee, I didn’t bother to add it on my watchlist. 449 more words

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'American Horror Story: Hotel' Casting Chloe Sevigny & Wes Bentley As Regulars

American Horror Story show-runners/creators Brad Falchuk and Ryan Murphy frequently reuse the same actors for different seasons of the anthology horror series – the most famous example being Jessica Lange, of course. 487 more words

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Chloë Sevigny Checks into American Horror Story: Hotel

With the departure of Jessica Lange after AHS: Freakshow’s twisted finale, creator Ryan Murphy’s revamp of the series is seeing the return of indie queen Sevigny, as well as a host of other talented stars. 227 more words

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