FOX - The serial transmitter teaches his audience again to fear: As of November of plans to broadcast pay-TV channel, the second season of American Horror Story. In addition, a subtitle of the new season has been missed.
The spooky fun continues: Fox - The serial transmitter takes the second season of "American Horror Story" on the program. The twelve new episodes will be broadcast in November. A specific launch date but is at present not yet available. In the U.S., it is then expected to go a few weeks earlier.
For the second season of the horror series creator Ryan Murphy series has set a subtitle: "American Horror Story: Asylum". "We have, Asylum selected 'because it describes not only the scenery - a mental hospital, which is of Jessica Lange character run and before a ward for tuberculosis patients was - but also a haven for unloved and unwanted," said Murphy. "The theme this season is concerned with understanding and the fight against the bare horror."
The second season of "American Horror Story" is set in 1964. The main theater is an asylum for the criminally insane for criminals declared on the East Coast. Golden Globe-winning actress Jessica Lange takes on the central main role of a nun who runs this facility. Their colleagues from the first season Zachary Quinto, Sarah Paulson, Lily Rabe and Evan Peters also return back to brand-new roles for the U.S. series.
In addition to the familiar faces of the audience make the acquaintance of a number of new actors. For the second season were Adam Levine (Maroon 5, "The Voice"), Lizzie Brocher Sevigny ("Big Love," "Hit and Miss"), James Cromwell ("ER," "Six Feet Under"), Joseph Fiennes ("Flash Forward", "Camelot"), Britne Oldford ("skins (U.S.)"), Chris Zylka ("10 Things I Hate About You," "The Secret Circle"), Mark Consuelos ("Missing," " All My Children "), Clea DuVall (" Carnivàle, "" Heroes ") and Jenna Dewan (" The obligation Playboy Club ") again. Franka Potente ("Run Lola Run," "The Bourne Identity") will complete a two-part guest appearance.