How 'American Horror Story' Ushered in New Era of Anthology TV Series

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FX's American Horror Story has paved the way for TV anthology series, including True Detective, Fargo, and several more that are in the works.

Says FX president Nick Grad to TheWrap about why the format works, "I think any time someone wants to do something different, it strikes a little bit of fear. But I think every great success has taken some bold stance and broken some kind of ‘rule’ in the rule book. … I think if you let the creative dictate the way, I think the people will respond.”

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