'American Horror Story' Season 2 Gets Even Bigger with Clea DuVall

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It seems like just the other day we were expressing our concern that 'American Horror Story' season 2 was growing too big for its own good, and...wait...that was just the other day!  'American Horror Story' season 2 has grown by leaps and bounds since we first learned that the setting would move away from the present-day Harmon family into an all new story set in the 1960's, and shows no signs of stopping just yet.  Clea DuVall is the latest to join the cast, but who exactly will she play?

TVLine is reporting that former 'Carnivale' and 'Heroes' star Clea DuVall is the latest to join the 'American Horror Story' season 2 cast, an expansive roster that already includes ‘The Amazing Spider-Man‘ star Chris Zylka, Americanized ‘Skins’ star Britne Oldford, ‘Big Love’ star Chloe Sevigny, ‘The Voice‘s Adam Levine, French actress Lizzie Brochere, Joseph Fiennes and James Cromwell.

No details are available of DuVall's role within 'American Horror Story' season 2's 1960's asylum setting, though it is known that she will appear in multiple episodes, primarily opposite returning 'Horror' co-star Sarah Paulson.  Also returning from the first season are Jessica Lange, newly-minted series regular Zachary Quinto, Evan Peters and Lily Rabe. As previously reported, all will be playing new characters independent of the first season.

TVLine also had a quote from Ryan Murphy to offer on the show's second season, saying “Everyone looks so different.  People who were enemies last year are allies this year.  The sets are amazing. It’s 1964, so everything looks very different.”

What say you?  Are you excited for 'American Horror Story' season 2,' and its many stars, or would you have preferred the same characters from season 2?  Tell us what you think in the comment below!

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