Kathy Bates is still so mad about the cancellation of Harry's Law by NBC, you'd think it was a canceled book series.

We kid, but she does seem pretty angry.

On the Television Critics Association press tour, while promoting American Horror Story: Coven, Kathy had some choice things to say about NBC canceling the legal comedy-drama she starred in, which aired from midseason 2010-2011 to the end of the 2011-2012 season because advertisers didn't want to target its audience.

TheWrap reports that when asked if it took a special project to get her back on a series after being burned by Harry's Law, Kathy responded, "I think they treated us like s--- [...] they kicked us to the curb."

"I think they disrespected us, Ii think they disrespected our 7 to 11 million viewers every week, and I think they're getting what they deserve," she added. Kathy's pretty intense when she's angry. In other news, we think that AHS: Coven is going to be poop-your-pants terrifying!

AHS is notoriously secretive about plot details, so we don't even know who Kathy is playing yet. We do know, however, that Sarah Paulson will be playing Cordelia, and Jessica Lange will be playing her mom, Fiona, who's a witch. This season will take place in New Orleans.

Was Kathy out of line? Are you excited for the new AHS?

Source: TheWrap

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