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'American Horror Story: New York City' Starring Zachary Quinto and Billie Lourd Premieres in October
is back with its 11th installment in FX’s long-running horror anthology series, which is officially dubbed and will debut mid-October. Presumably leaning into the queer esthetic teased by leaked photos of the production, the newest season also stars an all-star LGBTQ cast, including Joe Mantello, Zachary Quinto, Russell Tovey, Charlie Carver, Isaac Powell and Denis O’Hare. Rounding out this year’s ensemble are Billie Lourd, Leslie Grossman, Sandra Bernhard and Patti LuPone. For those keeping track, marks the return of alums Quinto, Powell, LuPone, Lourd, Grossman and Bernhard, while the rest are newcomers to the franchise despite having previously worked with co-creator Ryan Murphy.While few details are known about the new season, FX chairman John Landgraf told that season 11 would go back to being one story after last year’s Double Feature. “It actually takes place in different timelines but it’s one subject, one story, with a beginning, middle and an end, like many of the prior stories,” he said. Sadly, for fans of the series, longtime recurring players Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters appear not to have roles in season 11.
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‘Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story’: Evan Peters watched this famous interview to help him get into character
Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story star Evan Peters has revealed how he prepared to take on the role of the notorious serial killer.The new Netflix series from Ryan Murphy shines a spotlight on the as-yet untold stories of Dahmer’s victims, the people who tried to stop him, and the systemic failures that enabled him to continue his murderous spree for over a decade.Now, in a new featurette for Netflix, Peters has revealed that he watched Dahmer’s famous 1994 interview with American reporter Stone Phillips to help him get into character.In the interview, Dahmer is questioned about his youth and the early indications of his violent behaviour.“I watched that and then proceeded to read biographies,” said Peters. “I [also] found some audio of what sounds like a psychologist interviewing him or even a detective who’s sort of relaying what he went through, and the way that he’s speaking is very candid and very normal.”He added: It was so jaw-dropping that it all really happened that it felt important to be respectful to the victims, to the victims’ families, to try to tell the story as authentically as we could.”Also in the featurette, Peters said he was “very scared” about exploring Dahmer’s crimes, admitting that it was one of the hardest things he’s ever had to do in his acting career.Following its release on September 22, the new Netflix series has been described by many viewers as “crazy” and disturbing”, while Peters has received heavy praise for his performance.Peters stars in the series alongside Niecy Nash, Richard Jenkins, Michael Learned, Molly Ringwald, Shaun J.
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Netflix fans 'physically sick' as Jeffrey Dahmer series airs disturbing cannibal scenes
Netflix's latest crime series has compelled viewers to "switch off" after they were left feeling "physically sick" at the disturbing scenes based on one of America's most prolific serial killers, Jeffrey Dahmer. Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story was released on the streaming service on September 21 and follows the infamous Milwaukee cannibal who reigned terror for 13 years.Dahmer was arrested for his horrific crimes in 1991 and was sentenced to 16 terms of life imprisonment for the murders of 17 men and boys between 1978 and 1991, several of which involved necrophilia and cannibalism. READ MORE: Netflix's new serial killer series about murderer Jeffrey Dahmer's 13-year killing spree The notorious killer, played by American Horror Story star Evan Peters in the series, only served three years in prison before he was beaten to death by a fellow inmate in 1994.The 10-part series, which is largely told from the points of view of his victims, includes the harrowing depiction of how he lured his victims to their death and highlights the errors of police who failed to capture him for more than a decade.Upon watching the limited series created by Ryan Murphy, viewers took to social media to share their thoughts on the gruesome story, with many admitting they had to turn off half way through.One user penned: "I cannot watch that Jeffrey Dahmer show… makes me physically sick," as a second added: "That Jeffrey Dahmer show has me sick to my stomach."Someone else said: "I watched 11 minutes of the new Jeffrey Dahmer series and had to turn it off because it was too scary," while a fourth echoed: "I had to turn that Jeffrey Dahmer s**t off.
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