Entertainment 'American Horror Stories' Adds 21 Cast Members, Including Amy Grabow as Tipper Gore and Danny Trejo as Santa
Joshua Hall: 6 Things to Know About Christina Haack’s New Man
Leaning into love. Christina Haack and Joshua Hall put their romance on display just weeks after her ex-husband Ant Anstead began seeing Renée Zellweger. Us Weekly confirmed on Wednesday, July 7, that the Christina on the Coast star, 37, had a new man in her life after the couple was spotted holding hands at LAX Airport in Los Angeles. A source exclusively told Us at the time that the duo “have been dating for a few months” as they prepared to travel together in celebration of Haack’s upcoming birthday on Friday, July 9. The new romance came weeks after Us confirmed last month that the HGTV star and Anstead, 42, finalized their divorce. Haack filed for divorce in November 2020, two months after announcing her separation from the Wheeler Dealers star. “I never thought I would have one divorce let alone two. I never thought I would have 2 baby daddies – but sometimes life throws us curve balls,” Haack wrote via Instagram in September 2020, reflecting on her single woman status. “Instead of getting stuck in these ‘setbacks’ I choose to look at these challenges as opportunities to grow. So while some may judge me and throw around rumors about me, most of you support me. And that says a lot about this world and where we are headed. I’m messy, I’m real and I’m working on healing. … We are all a work in progress.” The former spouses were married for nearly two years when they called it quits. They share 21-month-old son Hudson.
Ryan Murphy has revealed 21 cast members for his upcoming "American Horror Story" spinoff series, "American Horror Stories," and there are some big names here — and some wild characters they're portraying.
The actors unveiled by Murphy for the FX on Hulu show include Matt Bomer, Gavin Creel, Sierra McCormick, Ashley Martin Carter, Paris Jackson, Belissa Escobedo, Kaia Gerber, Aaron Tveit, Rhenzy Feliz, Madison Bailey, Kyle Red Silverstein, Amy Grabow (who has been cast as Tipper Gore), John Carroll Lynch, Naomi Grossman, Dyllon Burnside, Nico Greetham, Charles Melton, Kevin McHale, Danny Trejo (playing Santa), Billie Lourd and Virginia Gardner.
Kaia Gerber, Paris Jackson, Danny Trejo, Matt Bomer: The Cast of American Horror Stories Unveiled
Signed Ryan Murphy, this "American Horror Stories" series is the spin-off of "American Horror Story". Some comedians will also resume service in this expected novelty in the United States on July 15 on FX ON HULU. © Dr. signed Ryan Murphy, this "American Horror Stories" series is the spin-off of "American Horror Story". Some comedians will also resume service in this expected novelty in the United States on July 15 on FX ON HULU.
Oh, and "this isn't even the half" of the cast, per Murphy's Wednesday tweet announcing the lineup.
Previously, series creator Murphythe first set of cast members, including "Glee" alum Kevin McHale and "Pose" star Dyllon Burnside, on Instagram.
Video: Succession: Season 3 | Official Tease | HBO (Newsweek)
Per FX on Hulu's official description for the show, "American Horror Stories" is a weekly anthology series that will feature a different horror story each episode. Further details are being kept under wraps ahead of the show's launch next Thursday, July 15.
The "AHS" spinoff is executive produced by Murphy, Brad Falchuk, Alexis Martin Woodall, John J. Gray and Manny Coto.
Once the first season of "America Horror Stories" has finished its run, the 10th installment of the flagship "American Horror Story" anthology series, titled "American Horror Story: Double Feature" will debut on Wednesday, Aug. 25 on FX.
Filming on "AHS: Double Feature" began last October, following FX's announcement that this installment of Murphy's anthology horror series — which has been renewed through Season 13 — had been pushed to 2021 due to pandemic-forced delays to the show's production timeline.
"American Horror Stories" premieres with two back-to-back episodes July 15 on FX on Hulu. Additional episodes will roll out weekly.
'Wellington Paranormal' TV Review: Taika Waititi Sends Up 'Cops' in New Horror Comedy .
It used to be that horror was considered a genre explicitly and unapologetically for nerds who live for things that go bump in the night — the freaks who get off on jump scares or the low-key scaredy-cats who push themselves to the edge. But with the popularization of horror in recent years has come a shift toward making it as accessible for everyone as possible. Meaning, even if you're not exactly into horror, maybe you'll like it with gnarlyCo-creators Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement's horror comedy, part of a subgenre that has risen in recent years much to the frustration of horror purists, first aired in New Zealand for three years beginning in 2018 before The CW acquired it in partnership with HBO Max.