American Horror Story: Coven has put a spell on all of us and tonight’s episode on FX at 10p is just as bewitching. The episode starts off back in the past and we see what an evil psychopath Delphine LaLaurie (Kathy Bates) was in back in her original life. Then we fast forward to today and the Zombies are attacking Miss Robichaux’s Academy. One witch will have the power to make them stop, but only after we get some really cool walking dead action going on. We also find out what happened to Cordelia (Sarah Paulson) after she was attacked by acid in the bathroom. Finally the Counsel has made their decision and one of the witches will be sentenced to be burned at the stake. Think you know will get the Salem treatment, then you have to tune in for another shocking episode that has you on the edge of your seat from the beginning until the end.
FX announced today that Coven’s season finale will be on January 29th and that there will be a fourth season for American Horror Story coming next year. Can’t wait!
At 8p on The CW Oliver (Stephen Amell) and Sara (Caity Lotz) are reunited on Arrow and he has a lot of questions for her since she disappeared that day on the boat. How much will she tell him about it? Not much, but we get to see the flashbacks of where she has been and who she has been with. When Sara’s father’s life is danger, she opts to reveal herself to Quentin Lance and Paul Blackthorne gives a very emotional performance. Lots of interesting reveals on tonight’s episode and you don’t want to miss any of them.
Tomorrow is Halloween, a day where the dead can come back to life for 24 hours, but they are going to get an early start tonight at 10p on FX’s American Horror Story: Coven.
When somebody close to the Voodoo Queen (Angela Bassett) is murdered, she summons the dead and buried to kill the people who committed the crime. It is something she will do more than once in this episode. Marie Laveau really is someone you don’t want to mess with, but Fiona (Jessica Lange) is the Supreme and she doesn’t care what Marie Laveau can do. Even though both sides have had a truce that was worked out by the last Supreme before Fiona killed her, it looks like it is over and the war is about to start.
But that battle will have to wait because the Council has been summoned to Miss Robichaux’s Academy. They are to find out what happened to Madison (Emma Roberts) because Nan (Jamie Brewer) can no longer hear voice and is convinced she is dead. Myrtle (Frances Conroy), who runs the Council, is convinced Fiona killed her. She will do everything in her power to prove that Fiona has killed more than one witch, but the Supreme is stronger than her.
So will they find out what happened to Madison or will Fiona get away with murder? And yes we do find out what happened to her body…
You will have to tune in for another shocking episode that will make you hate when the episode ends because that is when an already great episode gets even better!
American Horror Story: Coven compels its way on to FX tonight at 10p and you don’t want to miss this show or fear the curse they will put on you. OK, they won’t do that but you don’t want to miss what might be the best one in the AHS franchise.
Coven starts off in the 1800′s in the house of notorious serial slave killer Delphine LaLaurie (Kathy Bates) and you see what a sick individual she was.
Then the show picks up in the current day and teenager Zoe Benson (Taissa Farmiga) is about to lose her virginity to her boyfriend. But something happens and she finds out she is a witch because of it. So her mom sends her off to New Orleans to attend a school for witches.
Cordelia Foxx (Sarah Paulson) runs Miss Robichaux’s Academy for Exceptional Young Ladies and besides Zoe she has three other students. That because there aren’t as many witches as there used to be. Madison Montgomery (Emma Roberts) is a bitchy celebrity who uses her powers for bad. Queenie (Gabourey Sidibe) has an interesting power that you will have to see to believe. And finally there is Nan (Jamie Brewer), who is mentally challenged, but she is the smartest witch of them all.
The four students are not prepared for what will happen next because Foxx’s mother, Fiona Goode (Jessica Lange) has decided to come back to town and she has her own agenda. She is a supreme witch and supreme something else that rhymes with witch.
So while the goal of the witches to remain private, they have been doing things that will get them noticed. So not only are they putting themselves in danger, they put others in danger like mortal danger. And nothing they do will be as bad as what Fiona does at the end of the episode that will definitely make this series very interesting…
In recent years I have tired of Zombies, Werewolves and Vampires, but shows like this are keeping my love for witches very much alive. So tune in for a spellbinding story tonight and every Wednesday at 10p.
The comedies on FX were doing so well that they got their own network called FXX. Tonight at 10p It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and The League make their debuts on the new network and you don’t want to miss them.
First up the gang broke Sweet Dee and she doesn’t care enough anymore to fight back against them for all the crap they have said about her. She is so broken that she starts doing stand up. Well people love her act so much that she is offered the job of a lifetime. So will this be the end of gang as we know it or will they find a way to f*ck it up like they always do?
Then at 10:30p it is time for Andre’s Bachelor party. Now you know our favorite fantasy footballers and you know how much they love Andre, so imagine what the party is going to be like for him. Well it is exactly that and so much more!
Oh can you guess who is off the league? Will he be able to get back on or will he find to new league to play with?
You will have to tune in for two shows that found to way to be even funnier on the new network they helped to create!
Wilfred is back on FX tonight at 10p and 10:30p and it is just as adult arfdorable as ever. In the first episode Wilfred (Jason Gann) remembers where he grew up and he makes Ryan (Elijah Wood) take him there. When they get to his old dog house, the two of them get a big surprise. Wilfred’s old owner loved him so much, she made a clone of him after he ran away. How will Wilfed deal with his cloned self, like I am going to tell you that and not tell you to watch the show.
Once you are done with that episode, it is a time for another one and it will have you dying of laughter. That’s because Wilfred is finally told what death means. Now that he is aware about it, when he comes close to dying he claims he found Gd. Now the raunchiest dog we have ever known, has becomes to most righteous one since Davey and Goliath. How long will Wilfred be Goliath, you will just have to go to the Church of FX to find out. Can I hear a Arfmen?
Tonight at 10p the craziness of American Horror Story: Asylum ends on FX and it is satisfying and not what you would expect.
The show has been fast forwarding in time for the last few episodes and tonight we will see our remaining characters live their lives from the ’70s until today. We find out what will happen to Kit Walker, his kids, Sister Jude and Monsignor Timothy Howard from a modern day Lana Winters being interviewed before her Kennedy Center Honors. As she tells their stories, we will also hear hers and if she finally brought down Briarcliff.
But there is one story that is unresolved in her interview and that is what will happen when her son finally confronts her. That’s right Johnny Thredson will finally have his moment alone with the woman who tried to abort him and killed his father. What will happen? I ain’t telling you because you have to watch the episode to find out.
But here is a little preview I got on a conference call with Dylan McDermott, “Well, ‘Johnny Thredson,’ obviously he’s a troubled man; so where I hope he goes and where he goes are two different places, but I think he’s got a sole purpose in life and really that is, he feels so scorned by his mother. Everything is about his mother. The reason he’s doing all these horrible things is because he was rejected so harshly by his mother, obviously aborted. His father was a serial killer. His mother aborted him and he still lives. So his whole trajectory in life is really about her.” So you think you know how it ends? You are wrong or are you right?
Everything about FX’s Legit, say you should not be watching this show. But yet once you do, you can’t help but fall in love with the show that debuts tonight at 10:30p.
Jim (Jim Jefferies) is one of those guys in his mid-30′s who still hasn’t grown up. He lives with the recently divorced friend Steve (Dan Bakkedahl), who tries to keep his buddy in line unsuccessfully. Steve’s brother Billy (DJ Qualls) has late stage Muscular Dystrophy and he lives in a nursing home. Billy he has one final wish and the one thing he wants to do is lose his virginity. So Jim and Steve take him to a Vegas brothel to get laid. Since Billy can’t undress himself Jim has to do it for him and then Billy gets his dream come true. When Steve and Jim dress Billy back up, all the hookers take a liking to the guys. So they learn that they can use Billy to get laid themselves.
Next week Jim and Steve rescue from him nursing home and now Billy will spend his final days enjoying life as he never has before. Which means lots of sex, drugs and rock’n'roll.
As you watch the FX comedy, you know you should feel guilty watching it but Qualls is just lovable in it you can’t. So check out the wrongest show you will ever find endearing.
Tonight at 10p it is the second to last episode of American Horror Story: Asylum on FX and the show speeds us through the late ’60s. The episode starts off with us finding out what happens to Kit Walker, Grace and their son, now that Alma has been returned by the aliens with his other child. Then we skip ahead to Lana Winters, the famous author, and what she is doing with her new life. Has she kept her promises? Finally we find out that Sister Jude is alive, but what shape she is in?
By the time we reach 1970 at least one more person from Briarcliff will not be alive to experience the ’70s.
Finally the episode concludes with what Johnny Thredson’s plan is in present day, and with that we are ready for the season finale. What happens then, we will have to wait a week to find out. And I so can’t wait to see how it all ends for the Asylum… But before we get to that point, we have to find out what happens in the late ’60s to the people of Briarcliff tonight on FX at 10p.
American Horror Story: Asylum is back on FX tonight at 10p and it is this season’s best episode yet. Sister Jude is now a patient at Briarcliffe and she is going to be treated like one. That means some of the torturous means that she inflicted on the patients, when she ran the place, will be done to her. Now that she is one of them, she is going to bond with someone whose life she made hell.
Talking about hell, Sister Mary Eunice’s alter ego really comes out tonight. She does the unthinkable again and again, and she might’ve pushed at least one person too far. Will it be her undoing or will it give her complete power over all?
And then tonight a baby will be born, think you know whose baby it is? You will have to tune in to see in an episode that is starting to wrap things up for the finale!
Oh and since Ryan Murphy Tweeted this little spoiler, I will tell you that two people who have been in every episode this season will not be back next week…
Tonight at 10p on FX’s American Horror Story: Asylum Sister Jude is now a patient at Briarcliff, how will she change now that she is on the other side of the craziness? But that is nothing as compared to what the present day Dylan McDermott tells his shrink. We find out that he has a connection to Briarcliff, do you think you know what it? Bet you don’t.
Besides those two reveals there we will find two of the women are pregnant, someone goes missing, a few people are near-dead and we get another visit from the Angel of Death. Who is she there to take? You will have to tune in to find out and you don’t want to miss a single second because it is shock after shock from beginning to end!