Ever since Ryan Murphy revealed that he was trying to bring back some original castmembers for American Horror Story's second season, we've been anxiously demanding waiting patiently for news on who will be popping up next year. Finally, we have something!
Murphy confirmed last night to Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live that a fan favorite will be returning. So who's coming back?
The one, the only...Jessica Lange!
Cohen asked the AHS and Glee creator: "You are recasting American Horror Story for next season. Will Jessica Lange make an appearance?" Surprisingly, Murphy confirmed the speculation with a simple "yes."
It's not the most surprising announcement seeing as Lange had been "thinking about" returning to AHS for some time now. But still, the Golden Globe and SAG Award winner will be making an appearance in season two, and that's all that matters to us right now. The only question remaining is: will she reprise her role Constance Langdon in season two or, as Murphy said previously, return as a different character?
AHS fans should also squash any hope that Connie Britton, Dylan McDermott or Taissa Farmiga would return, because Murphy also stated: "I'm in negotiations with four of the people who were on last year's show, and none of them were the Harmons." So Evan Peters could return. But more importantly…Zachary Quinto?!
Murphy continued dropping AHS scoop by revealing that season two will take place "somewhere on the East Coast and it's going to be a horror institution." Mental hospital? Perhaps.
So many questions! Time to start speculating!
Watch the interview above and then head to the comments so we can get this AHS party started!