It was 2007, and a friend of mine had just interviewed Cheyenne Jackson, who was scoring rave reviews in the Broadway version of the 1980 cult movie Xanadu. The New York Times wrote Jackson "plays Sonny beautifully, as a big slab ofShow More Summary
Scream Queens adds yet another name to its ever-growing list, and The Flash and American Horror Story bring back some familiar faces. Additionally, a One Tree Hill veteran comes back to TV. Find out all of the details below in BuddyTV's latest casting news roundup.
After playing fashion designer and hotelier Will Drake on American Horror Story: Hotel last season, Cheyenne Jackson today confirmed that he’ll be back for the next go-round of the FX horror anthology series. Responding to a tweet from...Show More Summary
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Starring Anthony Rapp and Cheyenne Jackson, Opening Night is available for pre-order on iTunes.
The film includes gay teenagers, vengeful nerds, and the ghost of William Shakespeare.
Cheyenne Jackson popped up at Paleyfest's American Horror Story panel on Sunday in LA. Despite the fact that Ryan Murphy only gave a few hints about the new season, Jackson already has a few hopes for how the next chapter might challenge him as an actor. Watch what he had to say about that and more above, then check out everything we know about season six.
The Advocate checked in with Matt Bomer, Cheyenne Jackson, and Denis O'Hare about LGBT representation on American Horror Story: Hotel (and their favorite Lady Gaga songs).
Matt Bomer and Cheyenne Jackson compete for hottest man at Paleyfest.
Series regulars Sarah Paulson, Kathy Bates, Denis O’Hare, Angela Bassett, Matt Bomer, Wes Bentley, Finn Wittrock and Cheyenne Jackson were confirmed to return for the next season. read more
Cheyenne Jackson previews the 25th anniversary concert of "The Secret Garden," Disney is rebooting "Pete's Dragon"
The American Horror Story hunk answered 10 of our most burning questions.
Tina Fey and Jeff Richmond will write and direct a tribute to the Saturday Night Live creator and executive producer that will feature Tituss Burgess, Jimmy Fallon, Cheyenne Jackson, Taran Killam, Jane Krakowski, Audra McDonald, Maya Rudolph, Martin Short and some surprise guests at a gala for Lincoln Center’s American Songbook series on February 11. Show More Summary
Leonardo DiCaprio explains that awkward Lady Gaga moment, Cheyenne Jackson looks fine at the Golden Globes, and remembering David Bowie.
The cast of American Horror Story: Hotel hit up the red carpet at the Golden Globe Awards, but they had even more fun once the show started. Lady Gaga (who won for her role as The Countess), Denis O'Hare, Cheyenne Jackson, Angela Bassett,...Show More Summary
Lily Rabe strikes a pose while attending the HBO After Party following the 2016 Golden Globe Awards at Circa 55 Restaurant on Sunday (January 10) in Beverly Hills, Calif. The 33-year-old actress was joined on the red carpet by her boyfriend Hamish Linklater, as well as her American Horror Story: Hotel co-star Finn Wittrock and [...]
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills newcomer Erika Girardi and American Horror Story: Hotel star Cheyenne Jackson were Andy Cohen‘s guests on Watch What Happens Live last night. Erika opened up about her marriage, her thoughts on the drama surrounding Yolanda Foster‘s health journey, her upcoming dinner party with Bethenny Frankel, and more. Show More Summary
Cheyenne Jackson, currently co-starring in "American Horror Story: Hotel," which returns tonight on FX, has had a multi-faceted career on Broadway, in films, on television and as a recording star. Still, the intense sex scenes in "Horror...Show More Summary
Cheyenne Jackson got schooled in "patting the puss" on last night's "Watch What Happens Live" with fellow guest, Erika Jayne.
Ramin Karimloo, Cheyenne Jackson and Sierra Boggess will be part of the two-night production in February.