So the anticipating begins! We’ve been waiting forever to see something of Lady Gaga in the upcoming season of AMERICAN HORROR STORY and although this isn’t much, this reveals some clues. We see a bedazzled hand ringing the Hotel Reception bell, a sign of more to come!
See the Teaser:
AMERICAN HORROR STORY: HOTEL premieres this October!
Longevity and Leslie Jordan certainly have become synonymous with one another. You know him from Will & Grace, Star Trek: Voyager, Ugly Betty and more recently American Horror Story: Coven and now the brilliant EMMY Award-winning Actor graces our City with his presence this weekend with not one, but two Shows at enWave Theatre (Harbourfront Centre).
Titled Fruit Fly: Do Gay Men Become Their Mothers?, Jordan will be raising money for the Casey House with proceeds from the Shows. He will be reflecting on his storied Career and relationship with his beloved Southern Belle of a Mother, Miss Peggy Ann, in his 90-minute Show.
The diminutive Actor did a Guest Host spot on Global Television‘s The Morning Show (National Edition) earlier and you can watch his appearance here.
On his way to the Studio, he was awesome to stop for some Snaps and Autographs with Fans. “Oh, I’ve made a new Friend!”, he says to Billy, giving him a smooch, which gladly he reciprocated back as you can see!
See our Snap:
More details on Jordan‘s two Toronto Shows this weekend here.
Nominees for the 65th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards were announced earlier this morning in Los Angeles and leading the pack is F/X‘s American Horror Story: Asylum earning and impressive 17 nominations including Miniseries or Movie. Following closely behind is HBO‘s Game of Thrones with 16 nominations including Drama Series, with its Supporting Cast Members Peter Dinklage and Emilia Clarke also getting recognized for Supporting Actor and Actress in a Drama Series.
Also front and center is Liberace Biopic Behind the Candelabra nominated for Miniseries or Movie, while both of its Stars Michael Douglas and Matt Damon up against one another for Actor in a Miniseries or Movie. The HBO Movie is up for awards in 15 categories as is long-running NBC Series Saturday Night Live.
Setting precedence is Netflix‘s brilliant Series House of Cards, becoming the first ever Internet-aired Series to be up for a Primetime Emmy, a Finalist in nine categories. The Series is up for Drama Series, while both Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright are up for Actor and Actress in a Drama Series also. In addition, original Netflix Series Hemlock Grove and Arrested Development both also received nods, giving the Service a total 14 nominations.
Clevver News gets an exclusive first look at the second season of American Horror Story: Asylum, with Jenna Dewan and Adam Levine playing a young Couple looking to spice-up their love life in a former Tuberculosis Ward. There’s only five minutes shown here and I’m already hooked!
Creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk have the uncanny ability of combining suspense, sexuality and horror and although I absolutely loved the first Season of the FX Series, I’m expecting big things here. Well this much is certain – it seems their attentions and inspiration are being poured here versus another Musical Comedy Series which I used to love on FOX.
Watch the Preview below:
American Horror Story: Asylum premieres tomorrow night, Wednesday, October 17, 2012 at 10:00 PM on FX.