A&E already scored a major success in the original scripted series market with their adapted drama 'Longmire,' let alone the recent success and season 2 renewal of 'Psycho' prequel series 'Bates Motel.' Now, the cable network is doubling down on its original programming pickup with a series order for 'Those Who Kill,' a Danish-adapted murder drama starring 'American Horror Story: Asylum' player Chloe Sevigny.
As viewers of 'American Horror Story: Asylum' well know, mental institutions can be frightening enough without aliens and mutants lurking about, deranged Nazi doctors and bloody-faced killers appearing at every corner. Chloe Sevigny's Shelley the nymphomaniac certainly found this out the hard way in last night's Halloween thriller "Nor'easter," as the good Dr. Arden made sure she wouldn't escape his clutches again, so what does the actress say is next? And will we see any deceased characters again?
Not to be outdone by 'American Horror Story,' (its mostly direct and logical competition) IFC's comedy gem 'Portlandia' will be getting just a bit bigger for season 3, adding actress Chloe Sevigny into the mix with Fred and Carrie. Sevigny was also cast in a recurring role for 'American Horror Story' season 2, so what brings the actress over to the comedy side of things? And how long will she be sticking around before things get weird...er?
'American Horror Story' has added another member to its already somewhat ecletic season two cast. Former 'Big Love' star, Chloe Sevigny is in final talks to join Jessica Lange, Adam Levine, Zachary Quinto, Lily Rabe, Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters on Ryan Murphy's FX thriller.