The producers and stars of American Horror Story: Asylum closed PaleyFest with a discussion of the full-tilt madness of their second season and a few hints of what to expect in Season 3.
Lily Rabe, who stole the spotlight on American Horror Story: Asylum as a possessed nun, discusses her enjoyment of the role, and the “perfect ending” for Sister Mary Eunice and Dr. Arthur Arden.
Dylan McDermott discusses his return to American Horror Story with last night’s episode, his favorite scene from the hit FX thriller, and the recent Saturday Night Live sketch “Dylan McDermott or Dermot Mulroney?”
Jessica Lange opens up about the darker tone of American Horror Story: Asylum and what draws her back to Ryan Murphy’s hit FX horror series.
Former All My Children star Mark Consuelos discusses what drew him to the role of Spivey on American Horror Story: Asylum, and whether he’d be willing to come back for Season 3.
Mark Margolis, the actor best known for portraying Hector Salamanca on Breaking Bad, explains the role his new character has to play on FX’s American Horror Story: Asylum.
American Horror Story: Asylum star Zachary Quinto reveals he knew about the big reveal in this week’s episode “from the very beginning.” Warning: Major spoilers!
“I Am Anne Frank: Part 2″ was filled with many startling revelations about American Horror Story: Asylum, and two of the actresses from the FX series discussed the way those revelations affected their characters. Be warned, major spoilers to last night’s episode lie ahead.
Run Lola Run star Franka Potente discusses playing Anne Frank on FX’s American Horror Story: Asylum, grappling with James Cromwell in an intense fight scene, and reacting to what she found behind the laboratory door.
Actress Chloe Sevigny teases the surprise ending of this week’s episode of American Horror Story: Asylum was only the beginning of the “transformation” her character Shelley will be forced to undergo.
It’s October, which means that the stores are busily preparing for the holidays, the leaves are beginning to turn and television is well and truly in the new fall season with lots of premieres and returns to keep you entertained as the nights draw in. Here are just five that you might want to watch out for.