'American Horror Story' Season 2 Adds Yet Another Star

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Sheesh, give it a rest already, 'American Horror Story' season 2.  We can barely keep up with the vast numbers of guest stars and celebrities set to scare their way through the second season of Ryan Murphy's FX horror hit, set to tell an all-together new tale independent of season 1.  Now, it seems that the cult series has added even further to its ranks, so who's the latest scare-able star to take their bow?

Entertainment Weekly reports that even though FX's 'American Horror Story' season 2 is set to open up shop for production this week, the Ryan Murphy spook-fest has added yet another actor to its eclectic mix.  This time, its former 'All My Children' star (and husband to Kelly Ripa) Mark Consuelos, who will take the role of a patient named "Spivey" within the series' re-vamped 1960's hospital setting.

Joining Consuelos for the second season of FX’s breakout hit are '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.   Returning from the first season are Jessica Lange, newly-minted series regular Zachary Quinto, Evan Peters, Sarah Paulson and Lily Rabe. As previously reported, all will be playing new characters independent of the first season.

What say you?  Do you think 'American Horror Story' season 2 has grown too overblown, or will it be the best season of the show yet?  Tell us what you're expecting from the horror series in the comments below!

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