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Ryan Murphy on the Female-Empowered 3rd Season of American Horror Story

January 18, 2013


Tonight, ShockTillYouDrop.com sat in on a special presentation of "American Horror Story: Asylum's" finale which was followed by a Q&A with co-creator Ryan Murphy.

Murphy, always open to chat about new projects, revealed that he begins working with his writing staff on Monday on the third season of "American Horror Story." In addition to confirming that Jessica Lange, Evan Peters and Sarah Paulson will return in the next story arc, he told the press that actors from season one (who did not come back for season two) are going to have a place in season three.

Check out what else he had to say about the upcoming season by clicking here.


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