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Watch: Extended Trailer for 'American Horror Story: Freak Show'

We finally have a full-length trailer for American Horror Story: Freak Show. Premiered during The Strain on Sunday, the preview takes us behind the curtain to glimpse Kathy Bates as the bearded woman, Angela Bassett as the three-breasted woman, Sarah Paulson’s two heads, Bette and Dot, and newcomer Michael Chiklis (The Sheild, Fantastic Four) as the strong man.

American Horror Story: Freak Show premieres on FX on Oct. 8, 2014.

'Fargo' to Return to FX for Second Season

As expected, FX announced today at a Television Critics Association presentation that Fargo will be back for a second season. The TV adaptation of Joel and Ethan Coen’s Oscar-winning film earned 18 Emmy nominations this year, the most for any FX series. Season 2 will depart from Bemidji to tell a new “true crime” story with a fresh cast of characters, similar to strategies employed American Horror Story and the upcoming second season of True Detective

Death Becomes Him: Noah Hawley on Bringing 'Fargo' to TV

Credit: Chris Large, Copyright 2014, FX Networks.Credit: Chris Large, Copyright 2014, FX Networks.It was an interesting challenge, one that some said was crazy, maybe even stupid to try. Take an iconic film more than two decades old, replace every major character audiences originally loved, squeeze the new story into a brand-new format, and ditch many of the traditional television writing conventions in the process. For Noah Ha

Industrial Light & Magic

When George Lucas began development on the first film in the Star Wars saga, he concluded that the available filmmaking technology was not adequate to fully realize his vision for the story. As a result, he founded the Industrial Light & Magic visual effects studio in 1975. Two years later, the studio won the Academy Award for visual effects on Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope. It was announced in October 2012 that Walt Disney Company would purchase Lucasfilm for $4 billion.

Legacy Effects

Legacy Effects was formed in 2008 out of Stan Winston Studios, after the passing of Academy Award–winning special effects master Stan Winston. Shane Mahan, John Rosengrant, Lindsay MacGowan, and Alan Scott partnered to preserve the memory of their late mentor and continue his legacy of stunning special effects.