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'American Horror Story' Murder House for sale: Would you pay to live here?

Considering it’s been an ongoing plotline on American Horror Story that the unhappy Harmon family couldn’t sell their home (a.k.a. “Murder House”) if their lives depended on it — and, yes, those are actually the stakes — will the real-life abode featured on Ryan Murphy’s latest show fare any better? The 15,000-square-foot house, located in L.A.’s Country Club Park, recently hit the market.

Some of the highlights: READ FULL STORY

Mena Suvari really loves America

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I love America. July Fourth, freedom, apple pie, all those things. But (speaking of pie), I clearly don’t love America as much as Mena Suvari. As a friend of mine on Facebook astutely pointed out today, her guest appearance as the Black Dahlia on American Horror Story last night brings the grand total of “American” entries on her resume to six: American Pie, American BeautyAmerican Virgin, American Pie 2, American Horror Story, and American Reunion.

That is a lot of red, white, and blue. But oddly, that list isn’t enough to top her American Pie co-star Eugene Levy’s “American” hits (opting in to all the American Pie franchise movies bumped him up a few U.S. of A’s).

Then again, Levy has about 30 years on Suvari, so there’s time for her. Wet Hot American Summer sequel, anyone?

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‘American Reunion’ trailer: The more things change, the more they stay the same
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POLL: 'American Horror Story': Is Violet dead?

If you’ve read Tim Stack’s post-episode convo with Ryan Murphy (if not, GO NOW!), then you know that next week will answer one of the many many questions that have been swirling in our heads for a while: Is Violet dead?

Since we know we’re about to get closure on the issue, it seems like the perfect time to choose a side and make an official prediction — hence the poll you’ve been promised. But first, let’s chat properly about this. READ FULL STORY

EW’s Bite of the Night for Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2011

We scoured last night’s TV line-up to find the best one-liners from your favorite shows. In honor of Thanksgiving, we’ve found something truly unexpected to be thankful for. Namely, of all the possible revelations you anticipated in this week’s American Horror Story, did you ever imagine you’d learn that Rubber Man’s trademark suit also has fashion benefits? Read on…

Want more? Watch the scene for yourself, then check out Jeff Jensen’s recap!

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EW’s Bite of the Night for Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2011
EW’s Bite of the Night for Monday, Nov. 21, 2011
EW’s Bite of the Night for Sunday, Nov. 20, 2011

TV Leaderboard: 'New Girl' gobble gobbles its way into EW.com reader's hearts

It may have started as one of the fall seasons most divisive new shows, but New Girl firmly grabbed the hearts of EW.com readers this week with its Thanksgiving episode, in which Jess invited prospective mate Paul Gunslinger (Justin Long) over for a turkey dinner partially cooked in a clothing dryer. Elsewhere, How I Met Your Mother‘s ongoing Barney/Robin will-they-or-won’t-they-oh-they-did-but-then-they-ultimately-didn’t plot line kept the show in second place for another week. Check out the full rankings below:  READ FULL STORY

TV Leaderboard: EW.com readers living happily ever after with 'Once Upon a Time'

Call it a fairytale romance. EW.com readers are officially enamored with ABC’s fairytale drama, Once Upon a Time. After stealing readers’ hearts last week, Once Upon a Time finishes on top of the leaderboard for the second week in a row. Close behind it, however, is this week’s much-talked-about, Hurricane Irene-centric How I Met Your Mother, which ended with a boom louder than any thunderclap we’ve heard. Click the jump to see this week’s complete rankings: READ FULL STORY

EW's Bite of the Night for Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2011

We at EW scoured the TV line-up last night to find the best one-liners from your favorite shows. Wednesday’s truth resided somewhere between Horror stories, jumbled fairy tales, and whatever yarn Paul Abdul is currently spinning for her X Factor protégés these days. So what did naughty neighbor Constance, mixed-up Cheftestant Chris Jones, and the lovably loopy mentor had to say?

Image credits: American Horror Story, Ray Mickshaw/FX; The X Factor, Nina Munoz/Fox; Top Chef, Virginia Sherwood/Bravo

Want more? Unravel Doc Jensen’s latest theories about American Horror Story, salivate as Stephan Lee dishes on Top Chef deliciousness, and read through Annie Barrett’s appraisal of The X Factor‘s movie night.

Read more:
EW’s Bite of the Night for Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2011
EW’s Bite of the Night for Monday, Nov. 7, 2011
EW’s Bite of the Night for Sunday, Nov. 6, 2011

TV Leaderboard: 'Once Upon a Time' casts a spell on EW.com readers

ABC’s Once Upon a Time series premiere debuted to the best numbers for a new network drama this season, and this week, with an episode that revealed the backstory for why the Evil Queen cast her curse, the show was also No. 1 with EW.com readers. The alphabet network is having a great week all around, with three of its shows in readers’ top five. Check out the complete rankings below:  READ FULL STORY

TV Leaderboard: 'Community' scares its way to the top of EW.com reader rankings

Since the start of the fall TV season, only two shows have been tops with EW.com readers: The Vampire Diaries and Breaking Bad. To that storied list we can now add NBC’s wily and weird Thursday night cult comedy Community, which tickled and (perhaps) terrified viewers with a Halloween anthology episode. Meanwhile, Once Upon a Time‘s series premiere landed just out of the top five. Check out the complete rankings below:  READ FULL STORY

What is the creepiest TV show of all time?

Rubber Man! The flukeman! The Man from Another Place! Television has a longstanding history of giving viewers the heebie-jeebies, whether it’s via a bald, nearly-silent observer who can seemingly read your mind, or a posse of desperate humans covered in guts so they can safely pass through a pack of zombies.

But what TV show has been the absolute best at slithering underneath our skin and haunting our slumber for days after it airs? Is it the newest addition to the horror show coterie, FX’s American Horror Story? Is is a short-lived-but-no-less-sinister mid-’90s show like American Gothic (with Gary Cole) or Millennium (with Lance Henriksen)? Is it the show that helped inspire The X-Files, the 1974 cult favorite Kolchak: The Night Stalker? Or is it a death match between the grandpappy of hair-raising television, The Twilight Zone, and its upstart cousin The Outer Limits? Vote in our poll below and then defend your choice in the comments! UPDATE: The poll is now closed, but let us know what you think of the results in the comments! READ FULL STORY

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