AHS: Coven (Witches, B*tches!) and Westeros Valley High: Five Things You May Not Have Heard About This Week
This Stuff is so Important, you could die if you don’t read it.
5. “School of Thrones” Made Its Debut.
I’m only slightly ashamed to admit I would totally watch this on a regular basis.
But Life Isn’t All About Prom, Because War Is Coming: A New “Game of Thrones” Teaser Banged the Drums.
***And Another Teaser Came in This Afternoon:
And a Second Trailer:
Hurry up, March 31st!
4. Ryan Murphy Announced “American Horror Story: Coven.”
The showrunner headed up the “AHS” panel at LA’s PaleyFest, with returning Season 3 cast members Jessica Lange, Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Lily Rabe, Frances Conroy, and surprise guest, Kathy Bates (who’ll next play Lange’s main antagonist). Murphy confirmed the next series title, and—as a lot of fans have been guessing—that the next season will feature witches. “American Horror Story: Coven” will film in multiple locations, including New Orleans. He also referred to Jessica’s character as a “glamour cat;” to which Lange replied: “I don’t know what a ‘glamour cat’ is, but I am excited.” Me too, Jessica…me too. You can watch several videos of the panel:
3. BBC America Released a New “Orphan Black” Preview.
For those foaming at the mouth for new Science Fiction, this series holds much promise. Even if it’s slightly “Life of Mars” reminiscent, the clone aspect throws in a new twist. “Orphan Black” stars Tatiana Maslany, Jordan Gavaris and Dylan Bruce, and premieres on BBCA March 30th.
2. The Pioneer Trailer Reactivated Our Underwater Panic Trigger.
This Norwegian thriller from director Erik Skjoldbjærg (Insomnia, Prozac Nation) stars Aksel Hennie (the brilliant Headhunters lead actor), Steven Lang and Wes Bentley, and is set at the outset of Norway’s oil boom. Hennie plays a professional diver who gets—wait for it—in over his head. Pioneer premieres August 2013.
1. AMC Continued Its Promotional Parade with New “Mad Men” Photos and a Sneak Peek.
See the rest of the gorgeous gallery.
I’m sure it’s naive of me to hope Don and Megan are in it (sans cheating) for the long haul, but I really do. “Man Men” returns with a two hour premiere, April 7th.
Until Then, Entertain Yourself with This March Madness Mad Men Supercut