For those watching last night's 'American Horror Story: Asylum' return "The Name Game," the show brought it's usual level of insanity between aliens, exorcisms and even an impromptu dance number, but fans might not have realized that the hour also contained a hidden clue toward 'American Horror Story' season 3! What does series creator Ryan Murphy have to say about the reveal, and how the current season will wrap up in the next few episodes?
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'American Horror Story: Asylum' is back this week, and this time the wonky new ingredient being added to the mix is a dance number...? Yes, a dance number. But don't worry, this isn't 'American Horror Story: Glee.' Okay, that's pretty much exactly what it is.
While we've loved the absurdly creepy revamped setting of 'American Horror Story: Asylum,' it's hard to believe we were kept in the dark about the FX thriller's second season for so long. Series creator Ryan Murphy tantalizingly teased that clues to season 2 could be found in season 1 episode "Birth," but what of the upcoming season 3? Find out where and when the third season of 'American Horror Story' will take us inside!
As we grow closer and closer to the holidays, more and more shows sign off for their mid-seasons and leave us dangling for what comes next. Never so strongly have we felt that anticipation as with last night's all-new 'American Horror Story: Asylum' thriller, "The Coat Hanger"! Plenty of our favorite characters were left in mortal peril, with multiple WTF twists thrown into the mix, even the present-day unmasking of season 1 star Dylan McDermott! So what's next for 'American Horror Story'? Secrets from last night and a big 2013 body count revealed inside!
Well look who just showed up to 'American Horror Story: Asylum' -- it's our old friend Dylan McDermott, and he's got a very dark secret to share. (Okay, you probably know what it is.)
Considering the scary-good ratings FX achieved early on in the sophomore year of Ryan Murphy's FX thriller 'American Horror Story,' no one was surprised to see that the network ordered an additional year, or even that Jessica Lange would be first in line to create a new role for the outing. That said, will season 3 be the last year for the Emmy-award winning star? New comments from Sister Jude herself tell us the actress' plans for future American Horror Stories...
Let's see... 'American Horror Story: Asylum' has covered creepy kids, mutant cannibals, a serial killer, aliens, secret Nazi doctor experiments, angels, demons -- are we forgetting anything here? Oh wait, a killer Santa!
While 'American Horror Story: Asylum' has a number of mysteries coursing across the show's second season, one major question ended up spoiled early thanks to the unmistakable voice of the modern "Bloody Face," as heard in "The Origins of Monstrosity." Now, series creator Ryan Murphy has in fact confirmed the identity of the modern killer as played by a famous 'American Horror Story' season 1 star, and we've got the photo to prove it!
The angel of death drops by and visits just about everyone on this week's episode of 'American Horror Story: Asylum' because hey, they've got everything else -- why not add an angel, too? And while we're at it, an encounter with a mutant cannibal!
While 'American Horror Story: Asylum' captured a great deal of attention casting former season 1 star Dylan McDermott in a mysterious new role, fellow murder house star Frances Conroy had earlier been announced for something far more mysterious. McDermott has (technically) already made an appearance, but this Wednesday's "Dark Cousin" will see the introduction of Conroy's "Ultimate Angel." Is she really who she claims to be, or is Ryan Murphy pulling a fast one on us?