<i>American Horror Story</i> Commits Chloe Sevigny For Season 2 Role

One of the surprise hits of last season had to have been FX's American Horror Story, created by Glee's Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk. Widely considered one of the more disturbing and scary shows on television, viewers had a lot to keep up with including an ending that surprised many.

The Hollywood Reporter just confirmed that Big Love actress Chloe Sevigny will join a cast that includes Maroon 5 lead singer and The Voice judge Adam Levine as well as such returning actors as Jessica Lange, Zachary Quinto, Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters and Lily Rabe.

Murphy said at the end of last year that each season of AHS will focus on completely different characters and have an arc all its own, although actors from the previous season might appear in different roles.

Sevigny will play a patient dubbed Shelly the Nymphomaniac in a mental institute run by Lange. Murphy also revealed that the season will be set in a different time period, which should make for some interesting visuals.

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