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‘American Horror Story’ renewed for second season

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Written by : published Thursday 17th November 2011

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FX’ new series “American Horror Story” has been renewed for a second seas, reports Deadline Hollywood.   The hour-long thriller/drama premiered on October 5, 2011 ad by the end of the month, FX announced they had ordered a second season.  The series is created by duo Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, the creative team behind “Nip/Tuck” and “Glee.”  The second season of “American Horror Story” will have 13 episodes.

“American Horror Story” stars Dylan McDermott as Dr. Benjamin “Ben” Harmon, who is a psychiatrist who was recently caught sleeping with one of his students by his wife, Vivien Harmon, played by Connie Britton.  In an attempt to recover from Ben’s marital transgressions, the couple, along with their slightly troubled, teen daughter Violet (played by Taissa Farmiga) from Boston to California.  Upon arriving at their new home, a beautiful, Victorian era mansion that is home to numerous deceased souls having trouble passing over, strange activity begins to occur in the lives of the occupants.

Hollywood legendary screen actress Jessica Lange portrays Constance Langdon, a neighbor who seems to hold the key to the supernatural occurrences that take place in the home.  “American Horror Story” is written by both Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk with Murphy also serving as director.

You may watch “American Horror Story” online for free at HULU but due to adult content, you must have an account to log in and watch the episodes.

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