Starting in 2020 Sarah Paulson will star in the new TV series Ratched. The show follows the life of a nurse as she get bored with her duties at a hospital and starts behaving a bit off the wall. During an interview with entertainment magazine, she revealed that it’s one of the kinkier characters she has played yet. She also hinted that some of the scenes get a bit steamy and even use a couple of sex toys, dildos, and vibrators. Needless to say that got everyone’s attention a bit, we’d all love to see some more sex scenes like what was in American Horror Story. Some of the production assistants revealed they were using only the best dildos recommended by a , and those picked by Sarah herself. Some rumours hinted they might be upwards of a few thousand dollars and created by famous artists. However this story may be just a rumour as it was sourced from some less reliable sources. Either way we are in for a hot year in 2020!
Ratched premiers in February 2020 on HBO
Sarah Paulson appeared during the Paley Fest with an interview of the cast of American Horror Story. Skip to 3:03 to see where she makes a joke about how she was sad that the scene with a chronic masturbator didn’t make it into the show, and was instead a deleted scene.
Sarah Paulson has been with a lot of beautiful women, both inside and out. Here is a list of people she has dated in what years.
- Cherry Jones 2004 – 2009
- Amanda Peet 2016
- Holland Taylor 2015 – present
If anyone wants to think i’m strange for dating the most spectacular woman on the planet than that’s their problem. I’m doing fine. – Sarah Paulson
Sarah Paulson has one word for Donald Trump in the wake of his decision to ban transgender people from the military … despicable.
We got the much-sought-after actress with Holland Taylor Saturday night leaving Craig’s, and you can plainly hear the unbridled contempt in her voice with her one-word answer.
On a more optimistic note, Sarah thinks the students who triggered a world-wide march against assault rifles have already changed hearts and minds.
One step forward … and then there’s Donald Trump.
In three seasons on FX’s American Horror Story, Sarah Paulson has had to telepathically commune with the dead, breast-feed an adult sociopathic killer, and have sex while surrounded by dozens of snakes, to pick just a few discomfiting scenes from a series that has become a hit thanks its gothic blend of the camp and the demonic. Yet it was filming a seemingly mundane sequence for the first episode of American Horror Story: Freak Show, as the new season is titled, that caused Paulson to melt down, worried she might not be up to the task of playing Bette and Dot, conjoined twins who are recruited to help revive an embattled freak show in 1950s Florida.
The trouble? While eating a roll of bread (as Bette), Paulson had to simultaneously write in her diary (as Dot), a disorienting feat of mind-body multitasking. “They have two heads and two brains in one body, but, of course, I only have one of each,” explains the actress, 39, over a boozy dinner in New Orleans, where the show is currently shooting. “So I was doing my part as Bette”—here Paulson begins buttering a roll with her left hand—“but as Dot I’m writing with my dominant side” — she pantomimes the movement with the fork in her right — “and my voice kept wanting to come out as Dot. I freaked out. Before I knew it, I was crying on set.” Ryan Murphy, the show’s co-creator, stopped shooting to take Paulson for a reassuring walk. “He was like, ‘Lady, you’re doing something that no one has ever done before,’” Paulson says. “Which was nice, but I was just so scared.” She pauses, then adds, “I am so scared.”
“Ryan had mentioned it very casually to me, in the way that he does sometimes,” Paulson said. “The Marcia Clark thing to me was incredibly juicy, because I remember. I was young at the time. I was barely out of high school. I remember where I was when that Bronco was on the freeway. I remember her in the courtroom.
“He presented it to me as a casual thing, then didn’t mention it for months again.”
Then, weeks later, Murphy said he would send Paulson the first two scripts.
“I was like, ‘I know I want to do it. You don’t have to send me the scripts,’” she said. “He said, ‘You should read it, and see if you want to do it.’ I said, ‘I’m telling you, I want to do it.’
THE PERFORMER | Sarah Paulson
THE SHOW | American Horror Story: Freak Show
THE EPISODE | “Tupperware Party Massacre”
THE AIRDATE | December 10, 2014
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THE PERFORMANCE | Performer of the Week doesn’t seem like a sufficient accolade to bestow upon Sarah Paulson after this latest Freak Show. Maybe, since she blew us away as not one character but two, we should name her Performers of the Week?
First, as the Tattlers argued about whether to undergo the surgery that would separate them — and possibly kill one of them — the actress reminded us of how cold Dot could be about their “infinite, intolerable arranged marriage” and how sweet Bette could be. When the latter revealed that she was willing to go so far as to give up her life in order to secure her sibling’s future happiness, even her twin was moved.