By Nicholas Biria @NICHOLASBIRIA
Get ready to set your DVR because many of your favorite shows are coming back, and there’s a lot of good new stuff. Whether you’re big on horror, drama or comedy there’s something for everyone.
Now if you’re an “American Horror Story” fan, everyone is pretty anxious to know the theme this season. The horror show is mainly known for knowing no boundaries. The show’s creator, Ryan Murphy, is known for his work on “Glee,” “Scream Queens” and “Feud.”
The show itself definitely gives “The Twilight Zone” a run for its money. According to Vanity Fair, “you’ll see it this season, and then you’ll really see it in season seven and eight” Murphy said. “We lay a lot of pipe, and you’ll see it explode in seasons seven and eight.”
If the show doesn’t pull in enough viewers, there’s a chance of cancellation. But that is highly doubtful, considering the amount of viewers the show receives. According to TV Guide, the most recent season had a 1.49 rating in the 18-49 demographic with 2.89 million total viewers. Not the highest it has seen, but still great.
No worries for “Scream Queens” fans, as it will be back. Last season was in a college setting, and this season the Chanels are going to be in a hospital. Yes, a hospital.
The show is known for having some of the biggest names in show business, including John Stamos, Colton Haynes and Taylor Lautner. Everyone’s favorite scream queen Jamie Lee Curtis is making her return as well.
Apart from the big celebrities, some fresh faces are making their way to the show. No word on any new girl characters, but lots of boy candy is coming.
The big question is, “who’s going to be the killer this season?” Last year it was Lea Michele and Nick Jonas as the red devil. So who will be killed and who will be getting killed? Season two will start airing Sep. 20th.
“The Voice” is back for its 11th season this September. Favorites like Adam Levine and Blake Shelton are making their return, as well as Miley Cyrus and Alicia Keys joining the crew.
According to FX News Call, “the participation of Cyrus (and Keys) is historic for the popular show as it is the first time that two women are joining the panel.” Cyrus is said to be bringing most of the viewers. Her net worth is said to be $200 million, according to FX News Call.
There has been some speculation that Cyrus is a bit of a “diva” on set. If there is to be any drama on the show this season, it should be quite interesting.
Blake Shelton and Adam Levine are known for being very spontaneous on the singing competition show.
So, whatever happens, it should be very entertaining.