Days of SAMCRO are done, and Mayans M.C. have begun. The FX spinoff from Kurt Sutter’s Sons of Anarchy has officially hit the road for a fall 2018 premiere, as a first teaser colorfully re-imagines “Paint It Black” with all the revving engines we’d been missing.
American Horror Story has taken us to every era of the last century, but at least one area remains unexplored. Yes, at long last, Ryan Murphy promises that the eighth season will take us to the gosh-dang future, y’all. Plus – details on when to expect that full crossover season!
We hardly bat an eye anymore at Ryan Murphy’s eclectic talent assembly, least of all for American Horror Story. It’d certainly seem plausible of Bates Motel star Vera Farmiga to join her younger sister Taissa as well, but apparently this is one rumor quickly snuffed out.
As if Ryan Murphy hadn’t already taken over FX with new seasons of American Horror Story and Crime in the pipeline, the next Feud could be the biggest yet. Before the Hollywood anthology even debuts, FX confirms Feud Season 2 will follow the infamous drama surrounding Princess Diana and Prince Charles.
Sons of Anarchy fans got a burst of speed with news that FX had officially ordered Kurt Sutter’s Mayans MC spinoff, but even with “a post Jax Teller world” right there in the synopsis, could the former SAMCRO president make an appearance? Charlie Hunnam is open to the idea, and even has a suggestion how.
American Horror Story has fallen into a pattern (among other things), alternating between period and contemporary settings, so leave it to Ryan Murphy to switch things up in Season 6. The next Horror Story will indeed return to the past, but also keep one foot firmly planted in the present as well. Confused yet?
History may record the Cold War as having formally ended, but FX thankfully isn’t letting theirs die just yet. Critical beacon The Americans will officially return for Season 4 in 2016, keeping Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys in the Russian spy game at least one more year.
Craig's Note: I have never watched a minute of "Sons' of Anarchy" Nor will I. I just don't care.
The producer of "Sons' of Anarchy" has compared the finale of his show to the last episode of CBS' "M*A*S*H"