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'American Horror Story' scoop: Frances Conroy to return for season 3

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The American Horror Story alums continue to re-sign for the next season of FX’s hit. Today, series co-creator Ryan Murphy tweeted that Frances Conroy, who appeared this past season as the Angel of Death, will return for the third installment of American Horror Story. Conroy joins Jessica Lange, Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters and Lily Rabe for the third season.

Additionally, season one star Taissa Farmiga has now been confirmed to return after EW exclusively revealed that she was in negotiations for AHS 3.

Read more:
‘American Horror Story’: Taissa Farmiga in talks to return for season 3 — EXCLUSIVE
‘American Horror Story’: Ryan Murphy talks the season finale and an even ‘more ambitious’ season 3 — EXCLUSIVE
‘American Horror Story’: Sarah Paulson on the finale and why she signed up for season 3

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Lily Rabe will return for 'American Horror Story' season 3

Looks like Lily Rabe’s about to complete an American Horror Story hat trick. Series creator Ryan Murphy tweeted last night that the actress will return for his anthology’s upcoming third season: “So thrilled to announce Lily Rabe is onboard for American Horror Story Season Three!” he wrote. “So talented, love her!”

Previously, Rabe played suicidal socialite Nora Montgomery on American Horror Story: Murder House and possessed nun Sister Mary Eunice McKee on American Horror Story: Asylum. She’s joining a third season cast that already includes returning repertory players Sarah Paulson, Jessica Lange, and Evan Peters. Murder House star Taissa Farmiga is in talks to headline the series’s next installment as well.

Read more:
‘American Horror Story’: Sarah Paulson on the finale and why she signed up for season 3
‘American Horror Story’: Ryan Murphy talks the season finale and an even ‘more ambitious’ season 3 — EXCLUSIVE
‘American Horror Story’ season finale recap: Legacy

'American Horror Story': Sarah Paulson on the finale and why she signed up for season 3

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Byron Cohen/FX

[SPOILER ALERT IF YOU HAVEN’T WATCHED THE FINALE OF AMERICAN HORROR STORY: ASYLUM]

Last night’s finale of American Horror Story: Asylum was great for many reasons, most notably the award-worthy performance of Sarah Paulson as Lana Winters. Paulson’s Lana was the only character to survive the season and finally ended her own nightmarish journey by killing her serial killer son, played by Dylan McDermott. EW talked to Paulson about the role of her career and why she signed on for another round of American Horror Story.

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'American Horror Story': Ryan Murphy talks the season finale and an even 'more ambitious' season 3 -- EXCLUSIVE

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Byron Cohen/FX

[SPOILER ALERT IF YOU HAVEN’T WATCHED THE SEASON FINALE OF AMERICAN HORROR STORY: ASYLUM]
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'American Horror Story': Taissa Farmiga in talks to return for season 3 -- EXCLUSIVE

American Horror Story: Asylum wraps up its brilliant second season tonight but co-creator Ryan Murphy is already planning out the third installment of his FX mini-series: EW has learned exclusively that season 1 star Taissa Farmiga (Higher Ground) is in talks to rejoin the series for season 3. Farmiga, who played the troubled teen Violet, would be one of the leads of AHS‘ very secretive third go-round and would join fellow alums Jessica Lange, Sarah Paulson, and Evan Peters.
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'American Horror Story': Ryan Murphy on Season 3, his new horror movie, and rethinking screen violence after Sandy Hook

The end of madness has been seen – and the future of American Horror Story has been teased. Last night in Los Angeles, AHS co-creator Ryan Murphy screened the climactic episode (entitled “Madness Ends”) of the FX drama’s sophomore year, subtitled Asylum, which wraps on Jan. 23. In a Q+A with journalists, Murphy discussed the writing of season 2, teased season 3, revealed plans for a horror movie he hopes to shoot this spring, and addressed the issue of screen violence given the current cultural conversation about guns and media influence. Some highlights:

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'American Horror Story': Six teases about next week's epic season finale

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Byron Cohen/FX

[SPOILER ALERT IF YOU DON’T WANT KNOW DETAILS ABOUT THE SEASON FINALE OF AMERICAN HORROR STORY: ASYLUM]
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'American Horror Story': Ryan Murphy teases next week's finale, 'There's only one person left standing' -- EXCLUSIVE

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[SPOILER ALERT IF YOU HAVEN’T SEEN THE LATEST AMERICAN HORROR STORY: ASYLUM!!!]

We only have one more episode of American Horror Story: Asylum and the most recent, “Continuum,” certainly advanced the plot into surprising directions. Lana (Sarah Paulson) is now a published—and quite successful—author despite turning her back on her promise of taking down Briarcliff. Kit (Evan Peters) has had to raise his two children alone after Alma (Britne Oldford) killed Grace (Lizzie Brochere). And Jude (Jessica Lange) found herself falling further down the well into insanity. EW talked to co-creator Ryan Murphy about all these developments as well as next week’s finale which he says will leave only one character standing.
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'American Horror Story': Ryan Murphy on Dylan McDermott's shocking opening scene and even more clues to season 3 -- EXCLUSIVE

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Byron Cohen/FX

[SPOILER ALERT IF YOU HAVEN’T SEEN THE LATEST AMERICAN HORROR STORY: ASYLUM]

It’s been a helluva season for American Horror Story: Asylum‘s Lana Winters (the excellent Sarah Paulson). But the reporter finally got her vengeance finally escaping the walls of Briarcliff and by killing Dr. Thredson/Bloody Face (equally excellent Zachary Quinto). Meanwhile, her son, played as an adult by Dylan McDermott, had quite the opening scene rendezvous with a prostitute. EW talked to co-creator Ryan Murphy about this shocking moment and the clue to season 3 hidden within this most recent episode.
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'American Horror Story': Lily Rabe on Sister Mary Eunice's pivotal episode

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Byron Cohen/FX

[SPOILER ALERT IF YOU HAVEN’T WATCHED THE LATEST AMERICAN HORROR STORY: ASYLUM]

Lily Rabe gave a tour-de-force performance this season on American Horror Story: Asylum as Sister Mary Eunice, a simple nun possessed by the devil. Funny and frightening, Mary Eunice sadly said goodbye last night after being thrown off the asylum staircase by Monsignor O’Hara (Joseph Fiennes). EW talked with Rabe, who played original house owner (and infantata mama) Nora in the first season of AHS, about her character’s death last night, the relationship with Dr. Arden (James Cromwell) and whether she’d sign up for American Horror Story season 3.
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'American Horror Story': Ryan Murphy on this week's major character deaths and hints about season 3 -- EXCLUSIVE

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Prashant Gupta/FX

[SPOILER ALERT IF YOU HAVEN’T WATCHED THE LATEST AMERICAN HORROR STORY: ASYLUM]

It’s getting down to the final episodes of American Horror Story: Asylum so it’s not surprising that we’re starting to see characters bid adieu. Last night, devil-possessed nun Sister Mary Eunice (Lily Rabe) and former Nazi Dr. Arden (James Cromwell) both bit the dust. Also, within this hour, is a clue to the super-secret season three storyline of American Horror Story as EW reported earlier. Murphy dishes to EW exclusively about more potential deaths as well as some hints as what next year’s AHS will look like.
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'American Horror Story': The secret to season 3 is in tonight's episode -- EXCLUSIVE

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Prashant Gupta/FX

Wanna know what season 3 of American Horror Story will be? Then you’d better tune into tonight’s installment of AHS: Asylum, titled “The Name Game.” Hidden within the episode is a clue to the plot of the show’s next incarnation. Teases co-creator Ryan Murphy, “It’s not done like it was last year. It’s a different kind of clue. You really have to be quick and watch. I made sure to put it in there for the fans because I know people loved that last year, figuring it out.”

Last year, Ryan Murphy told EW that a clue to the plot of season 2 of American Horror Story was hidden in episode 11, called “Birth.” True to his word, Sarah Paulson’s psychic Billie Dean gave a speech about the evil energy generated by places like prisons and asylums, which is, of course, the setting for the FX hit’s second season.

Watch closely tonight, AHS fans, and post your theories! And stay tuned to EW.com for our exclusive post-mortem Q&A with Murphy.

Read more: 
‘American Horror Story’: Ryan Murphy on Dylan McDermott’s return and the upcoming episode in which ‘half the cast dies’ — EXCLUSIVE
‘American Horror Story’: Ryan Murphy on Ian McShane’s psycho Santa and the return of Pepper — EXCLUSIVE
Best & Worst of 2012: 10 great and 5 not-so-great episodes

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'American Horror Story': Dylan McDermott talks his 'Asylum' debut and playing Bloody Face -- EXCLUSIVE

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Ryan Murphy promised the actors of American Horror Story that if they returned for season 2, they would be playing completely different roles. That was certainly the case for Dylan McDermott who made his debut on AHS: Asylum last night as deranged serial killer Johnny Thredson, aka Bloody Face, a stark change from his role as sex-addicted therapist Ben Harmon last season. EW talked EXCLUSIVELY to McDermott about the shocking role and what’s in store ahead.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: How did this all work out?
DYLAN MCDERMOTT:
I loved doing the show. It’s like being home for me. We talked about it I think early in the season. He [EP Ryan Murphy] called me over the summer and we were trying to figure out what was the best plan and in what capacity. I wasn’t sure myself and obviously he’s the master and the genius that figures this s— out. So the day the show premiered he called me and he explained it to me because I hadn’t read any of the scripts. He explained to me what my character was going to be and I was like, “Are you f—ing kidding me? I love this! I love this! It’s beyond!” To play the modern day Bloody Face and to have this whole back story of a guy who’s thrown away and aborted and still lived! It was just like, are you kidding me? It was music to my ears, maybe nobody else’s. But to me? I couldn’t believe it. It’s so twisted and dark and f—ed up. That’s why I’m on the show because I love stuff like that.
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