The Walking Dead

Since its premiere on Halloween in 2010, “The Walking Dead” has become a TV sensation, taking over living room sets in households across the nation. The fourth season continues the story of a group of people trying to survive as a virus outbreak turns dead humans into “walkers." The new season premieres Oct. 13 on AMC.

American Horror Story

American Horror Story returns to television with its third season in October. This season will take place in present-day as it follows mysterious attacks on witches who survived the Salem Witch Trials more than 320 years ago. “American Horror Story: Coven”  premieres Oct. 9 on FX.

The Millers

The series premiere of “The Millers” hopes to bring in laughs as well as good reviews. The show centers on Nathan Miller’s (Will Arnett) recent divorce. Following Nathan's divorce, his father (Beau Bridges) does the same and divorces his wife of 43 years.  The new CBS show starring the father-son duo premieres Oct. 3.


Bad Grandpa

The creators of “Jackass” return to the big screen on Oct. 25 with a new movie titled “Bad Grandpa.” The movie revolves around an elderly character, portrayed by Johnny Knoxville, going on a cross-country road trip with his nephew. Along the way, the grandpa and nephew break out some classic scripted "Jackass" shenanigans while recording people’s unscripted reactions to their crazy antics.

Machete Kills

Director Robert Rodriguez brings back Danny Trejo to reprise his role as the not-so-hero-like badass, Machete. In the sequel to “Machete,” Machete is recruited by the U.S. government to bring down an international arms dealer. Rodriguez recruited big names for supporting roles in the film that include Sofia Vergara, Charlie Sheen, Mel Gibson, and Lady Gaga. The film opens in theaters on Oct. 11.


George Clooney and Sandra Bullock star in the dramatic film, “Gravity.” The teaser trailer shows two astronauts who are attached by a wire being pulled back into Earth’s orbit.  Clooney and Bullock are desperately trying to hold onto a satellite for safety. As one holds onto an orbiting satellite, the wire snaps, sending the other astronaut floating into space. The film will be released Oct. 4.


The Self-Titled Tour-Paramore

Paramore will rock Anaheim, Calif. as they make a stop at the Honda Center on Oct. 19. The Self-Titled Tour, presented by KROQ, will be making stops all over the U.S. in support of the band’s fourth album. Hellogoodbye and Metric will serve as the opening acts of the tour.

Bangerz-Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus burst back on the music scene this summer with the huge success of her song “We Can’t Stop.” Cyrus collaborates with Britney Spears, Nelly, Big Sean and French Montana as she releases her first album with her new record label, RCA. She released her three previous albums under Hollywood Records. Bangerz is set to release on Oct. 8.

The Yeezus Tour-Kanye West

Kanye West will headline his first tour in five years when he plays at the Staples Center on Oct. 26. Although his latest album - “Yeezus” -  got mixed reviews and the lowest first-week sales since 2004, West will embark on the tour in support of the album with Kendrick Lamar as the opener.

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