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'American Horror Story: Freak Show' Spooky Premiere Date Set

FX is going to get a little freakier in October. The network announced Wednesday the next installment of the American Horror Story franchise, subtitled Freak Show, will premiere Oct.

Oh Happy Day: UK Smash TV Show 'Happy Valley' Available for a Netflix Binge

It was the British TV hit that Americans weren't allowed to watch — until Wednesday. UK crime drama Happy Valley is now on Netflix, and at only six episodes, it's beginning to look like Thursday morning will be a little ...

This Is What It Takes to Be a Ballperson at the U.S. Open

The U.S. Open demands the best out of its participants; the summer heat, grueling sprints and pressure of the crowds can really take a toll.

Billy Crystal Will Honor Robin Williams At the Emmy Awards

Robin Williams will be honored at Monday's Emmy ceremony with a tribute led by his longtime friend, Billy Crystal, the award show's executive producer Don Mischer said Wednesday.

Musical Robin Williams Tribute Will Remind You to 'Seize the Day'

YouTube user Melody Sheep created a musical tribute to Robin Williams, auto-tuning some of the actor's finest film moments into a catchy and inspiring song Entitled "Seize the Day," the song centers around Williams' iconic speech in Dead Poet's Society, then pulls from Mrs.

Mo'ne Davis: Get to Know Little League's Biggest Star

Mo'ne Davis, the 13-year-old pitcher who has become a Little League World Series sensation, is set to take the mound again on Wednesday night.

Johnny Clipboard: Manziel Won't Start for Browns (Yet)

The NFL's most entertaining training-camp storyline reached its conclusion on Wednesday morning when the Cleveland Browns named underdog hometown hero Brian Hoyer as their starting quarterback to begin the regular season against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sept.

You Can Share the First Episode of 'Selfie' In a Tweet

The first episode of ABC's Selfie has been available for streaming since earlier this week, but the network's latest move is going to get the social media-focused show straight into the streams of Twitter users — and let them share it, too.

Showtime Renews 'Masters of Sex,' 'Ray Donovan'

The renewal news keeps on coming One day after FX announced The Strain would return for Season 2 and hours after Halt and Catch Fire ESC'd the DEL key at AMC, Showtime has announced that Masters of Sex and Ray Donovan will return for new seasons, set to begin production in early 2015.

'Halt and Catch Fire' Is Returning for Season 2

Halt and Catch Fire has been renewed for a second season Yes, we're shocked, too See also: Every Fall TV Date You Need to Put on Your Calendar Now Creatively, the computer drama found solid footing toward the end of the freshman season and the live ratings were cool at best.

Jimmy Fallon Plays 'Golden Eye' With James Bond

Being James Bond? Every kid's dream. Playing Nintendo with James Bond? Jimmy Fallon's dream When Pierce Brosnan, the James Bond of the '90s, stopped by The Tonight Show on Tuesday, Fallon took the opportunity to play the Nintendo 64 game GoldenEye with 007 himself The best part: Brosnan admits the one time he played the game, he shot himself in the foot.

Even Turkish Soccer Fans Are Protesting With Ferguson

Protests over the killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, have officially gone worldwide, even reaching a Champions League soccer match in Turkey.

Ginger Baker Turns 75: The Strange Life of Rock's Wildest Drummer

The percussive genius behind the legendary British rock trio Cream turned 75 on Tuesday. Ginger Baker, born Peter Edward Baker on Aug.

NFL Reportedly Asks Halftime-Show Candidates to Pay to Play

The National Football League sees its Super Bowl halftime show as such a valuable promotional platform that it's asking potential artists — including Coldplay, Rihanna and Katy Perry — to pay the league for the gig, according to a new report That would be quite a departure from years past, when the artists essentially played for free, other than having their travel expenses covered.

Little League Star Mo'ne Davis Hits Sports Illustrated's Cover

Mo'ne Davis, the 13-year-old girl whose steely demeanor and ace pitching skills have captivated the nation and powered her team from Philadelphia deep into the Little League World Series, is now gracing the cover of America's most iconic sports publication.

Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul Reunite for 'Barely Legal' Exploits

Is it an TV show ad? Is it a car ad? Is it a spoof of reality show Pawn Stars? Is it a weird Breaking Bad binge-watching-induced dream?

Marvel Releases First Photo of Paul Rudd as Ant-Man

The lonely hero broods on a gloomy morning by the side of a bridge. Seems about right. Paul Rudd, the latest Hollywood A-lister turned superhero, stars as Ant-Man, the alter ego of Marvel character Scott Lang See also: Marvel's 'Ant-Man' Adds 'Mad Men' Star John Slattery, Actually Starts Shooting Ant-Man began filming on Monday and is set to hit theaters in the U.S.

Down With Wi-Fi, Support the Team: Soccer Fans Protest In-Stadium Internet

Connected stadiums with free WiFi, special apps and other technological doo-dads are all the rage in sports these days.

Mara Wilson's Sweet Tribute to Robin Williams: 'He Seemed So Vulnerable'

Mara Wilson, who played Robin Williams' daughter in the 1993 film Mrs. Doubtfire, has penned a lengthy and sweet blog post about her movie dad, exposing the actor's surprisingly shy and vulnerable side.

NFL Players Honor Michael Brown Before 'Monday Night Football'

An unarmed black teenager was shot dead by a white police officer in the middle of America nearly two weeks ago, setting off a string of racially charged clashes between protesters and police for much of the past week in the town where he was killed Now a group of NFL players have decided to pay tribute to the slain teenager by taking the field for a Monday Night Football game with their hands up — the same gesture of surrender that witnesses say victim Michael Brown made before he was shot.