American Horror Story: Episode Guide

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Check below the titles and press release for some upcoming episodes of American Horror Story: Hotel:

#501 – “Checking In” (Airs October 7, 10:00 pm e/p) – Detective and family man John Lowe investigates a chain of gruesome murders in Los Angeles. A mysterious tip points him to the enigmatic Hotel Cortez. Written by Ryan Murphy & Brad Falchuk; directed by Ryan Murphy.

#502 – “Chutes and Ladders” (Airs October 14, 10:00 pm e/p) – Fashion mogul Will Drake brings couture to the Hotel Cortez. A model catches The Countess’s eye. John learns about the hotel’s sadistic first owner. Written by Tim Minear; directed by Bradley Bueker.

#503 – “Mommy” (Airs October 21, 10:00 pm e/p) – Alex is pushed to her breaking point after Scarlett stirs up memories of Holden. Donovan is targeted by a dangerous rival of The Countess. Written by James Wong; directed by Bradley Buecker.

#504 – “Devil’s Night” (Airs October 28, 10:00 pm e/p) – John receives an invitation to attend an exclusive Devil’s Night Soiree. Alex tries to diagnose Holden’s strange condition. Written by Jennifer Salt; directed by Ryan Murphy.

Also, no press release (yet):
#505 – “Room Service”
#506 – “Room 33”

American Horror Story will premiere next October 7th, on FX.

American Horror Story: Hotel – Donovan

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FX has released this weekend new promotional cast images for American Horror Story: Hotel, combined with the cast biography on their official page.

Matt Bomer is one of Hollywood’s most exciting young actors working today.

Most recently audiences saw Bomer star alongside Mark Ruffalo, Julia Roberts and Jim Parsons in the critically-acclaimed screen adaptation of The Normal Heart for HBO directed by Ryan Murphy and based on the Tony® Award winning stage drama of the same name. Bomer won a Golden Globe® Award and a Critics’ Choice® Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Television Miniseries and he received an Emmy® Award nomination for his role as “Felix Turner.” He also co-starred in the sci-fi dramedy Space Station 76 with Liv Tyler and Patrick Wilson.

After receiving a BFA degree from Carnegie Mellon University, Bomer moved to New York where he worked on such acclaimed productions as Spring Awakening and Grey Gardens. He also starred as “Ernest Hemingway” in Villa America at the Williamstown Theater Festival.

Soon after, he got the lead role on the ABC series Traveler, produced by Academy Award winners Bruce Cohen and Dan Jinks. He did recurring roles on the FOX series Tru Calling and on the NBC series Chuck before landing the role of “Neal Caffrey” on USA Network’s White Collar. The show, which is one of the highest rated and most critically-acclaimed scripted shows on cable television, will air its sixth and final season this November.

Matt Bomer: Donovan