Just as 'American Horror Story: Coven' gave out a little taste of its third FX season in casting Alexandra Breckinridge earlier today, writer Tim Minear and the cast previewed the next chapter from the ongoing TCA press tour. The more feminist and "fun" season gave way to revealing its witchy major cast of characters, as well as a look into how the New Orleans setting informed this year's 'Horror.'
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...
The murder house may have closed down, and the Asylum will eventually close its doors, but 'American Horror Story' isn't going anywhere just yet. Following the incredible ratings of last night's "I Am Anne Franke, Part 2," FX has officially ordered a third season of the horror anthology, once again to be anchored by series star Jessica Lange. The next "book" of 'American Horror Story' will begin in 2013, but what will its focus be? And what other cast members might return?
Well, don't get too excited. Jessica Lange may have won the Outstanding Supporting Actress Emmy, but in the Mini-Series or Movie category, where FX managed to score 17 nominations for 'American Horror Story
In spite of the increasingly large and high-profile cast, there's still relatively little we know about the second season of FX's Ryan Murphy spook-fest 'American Horror Story.' Sure, it'll take place in the past and focus around a mental institution, but with so may people populating the cast, who will they all play? Recently, a bit of news on Jessica Lange's character seems to change the game in a big way...
We hope you liked Jessica Lange in the first season of Ryan Murphy's FX scare-fest 'American Horror Story,' because that's what you're getting!
'Glee,' 'Nip/Tuck' and 'American Horror Story' creator Ryan Murphy finally decided to be a bit forthcoming about the hotly-anticipated second season of 'American Horror Story,' divulging our first real details about who, if anyone from the previous cast would join for the re-imagined round two.