American horror story: Evan peters and sarah Paulson joining Jessica Lange in season 3

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    Jan 18, 2013 5:40 AM GMT
    Tvline had a great interview with Ryan Murphy about the future of AHS


    Evan Peters and Sarah Paulson will check back into American Horror Story for Season 3.

    Peters and Paulson, who both appeared in the original run and the current Asylum incarnation, join returning cast member Jessica Lange, who will also play a new character in the next season.

    Executive producer Ryan Murphy announced the news at a press Q&A, adding that some other faces from the first year will return. Additionally, just as Season 2 had Bloody Face, Season 3 will have “a great icon — and it’s a woman,” he teased.

    As for the setting of the next installment, Murphy said on Twitter that last night’s penultimate episode contained three clues. (TVLine’s best guess: The show is fixin’ to serve up some Southern-fried chills and thrills.)

    Other Season 3 teases from Murphy:

    - The storyline will consist of “something funnier” because he missed what Jessica Lange’s Constance brought to season one

    - Jessica is returning partly because he promised her “complete hair and makeup and the best designer gowns ever” after she had to be so dressed down this season, he laughed. Her character is described as “a glamour cat leading lady”

    - Season three is “more historical in nature” and has a “different tone” than season two. But, says Ryan, “That’s the joy of the show.”

    - Season 3 will take place in modern-day, but just like past seasons, we will see different “time periods” and “there [will] also be different cities.” (It will be set in multiple cities.)

    - In casting season three, Ryan says, “We want to have some new people come in and some old people come back.” The old people will be faces from season one that weren’t in season two. As for the new people, Jessica Lange pretty much has her pick. Ryan says he is looking to cast “actors Jessica wanted to work with.” She gave him names and he’s working to cast them.

    - Evan in season two didn’t want to sob as much as he did in season one, which Ryan made happen. But, he joked, “Next year he’ll probably go back to playing a sobbing psychopath.”

    - Of Sarah Paulson returning, Ryan said: “I know who Sarah Paulson’s playing… She does not” — with a laugh, of course.

    Asylum ends its run on Jan. 23; the new 13-episode season will begin production this summer and bow in Fall 2013.


    Finale predictions?

    I think kitt's the only one whose going to make it out alive this season

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    Jan 18, 2013 5:48 AM GMT
    I'm so fucking excited!
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    Jan 18, 2013 5:50 AM GMT
    *SQUEAL!* Cannot wait for the season finale!
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    Jan 18, 2013 5:57 AM GMT
    So they might be coming to the South? Boy oh boy!

    Plantations anybody?
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    Jan 18, 2013 6:05 AM GMT
    I think it's going to be witchcraft. Ryan Murphy said in a couple of interviews that he's been dropping hints about next season throughout the last couple of episode--

    -The jukebox at the asylum was playing 'i put a spell on you'
    -love potion no.9 was mentioned
    -sister Jude was obsessed with the flying nun show playing on the tv at the asylum
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    Jan 18, 2013 10:18 PM GMT
    Entertainment weekly posted six spoilers about the finale--

    EW was lucky enough to have screened next week’s season finale of American Horror Story: Asylum and can reveal that it will go down as one of the best episodes of the mini-series’ second run, if not THE BEST. An epic, cinematic climax that packs a real emotional wallop, “Madness Ends” gives viewers a glimpse at the fates of AHS: Asylum‘s three leads: Lana (Sarah Paulson), Kit (Evan Peters), and Jude (Jessica Lange). All three actors are phenomenal, with Paulson in particular delivering a stellar performance that spans nearly 40 years and truly establishes Lana Winters as the heart of AHS: Asylum.

    Here are six teases from the must-watch hour, airing next Wednesday at 10pm on FX.

    -Four major characters die in the season finale but the Angel of Death (Frances Conroy) only appears to one of them.

    -Adam Levine’s Leo and Jenna Dewan-Tatum’s Teresa return and we learn how Leo lost his arm in the first episode.

    -The whereabouts of the taped confession by Thredson (Zachary Quinto) to Lana will be revealed.

    -New love interests are introduced for two of the characters and one couple even has a wedding.

    -Look for one final alien abduction.

    -U2 lead singer Bono is cleverly involved in the final hour (lol wut) and Jude’s favorite tune “Dominique” is played for the last time.