American Horror Story: Asylum
Are you ready to get committed? American Horror Story: Asylum will return to FX on Wednesday, Oct. 17 at 10/9c.
According to Entertainment Weekly, the second installment of the drama will move away from the ghost-heavy plot of Season 1. This time around, viewers can expect to encounter aliens, Nazis and a serial killer named Bloody Face. Oh, and did we mention ol' Bloody Face wears a mask made out of skin, a black nightie and opera-length gloves? Only Ryan Murphy could make this stuff up.
FX has released the first trailer for American Horror Story: Asylum — and it's as creepy as ever.
With birds chirping and church bells ringing in the background, a nun appears in the frame and empties out a bucket filled with body parts before walking away.
The new rubber man, Lange's character and more American Horror Story: Asylum spoilers
The upcoming season takes place in the 1960s at a Catholic Church-run sanitarium in New England that's run by Jessica Lange and Joseph Fiennes. The remaining details remain a mystery aside from the names of cast members, including Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Lily Rabe, Adam Levine, Jenna Dewan, Clea DuVall, James Cromwell, Mark Consuelos, Chloë Sevigny and Chris Zylka.
Details about the second season of American Horror Story, have mostly been kept under wraps. What is known: The second installment of Ryan Murphy's anthology series takes place in the 1960s at a Catholic Church-run sanitarium in New England that's headed up by Jessica Lange and Joseph Fiennes. (Also, this season will be fittingly subtitled Asylum.) What's not known: Pretty much everything else — until now.
Ryan Murphy reveals the title of American Horror Story's second chapter
Murphy finally clued fans in on Tuesday during a Twitter Q&A, during which he revealed who the new Rubber Man is and teased Lange's new character, who happens to be a nun. Check out the five best teases below:
The second chapter of American Horror Story, which will feature characters in a mental institution, will be fittingly called "Asylum," FX announced Wednesday.
"We picked 'Asylum' because it not only describes the setting — an insane asylum run by Jessica Lange's character which was formerly a tuberculosis ward — but also signifies a place of haven for the unloved and the unwanted," executive producer Ryan Murphy said in a statement. "This year's theme is about sanity and tackling real-life horrors."
Mark Consuelos has joined the cast of American Horror Story for the show's sophomore season, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Joseph Fiennes is nearing a deal to join American Horror Story for the show's upcoming second season, Entertainment Weekly reports.
Fiennes, 42, would play...
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