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Jessica Lange to Return to 'American Horror Story' for Season 8

Jessica Lange to Return to 'American Horror Story' for Season 8

The news of Lange's return comes on the heels of FX announcing that "American Horror Story" has also been renewed for a tenth season ahead of the eighth season premiere.

According to Executive Producer Alexis Martin Woodall, this season "the story begins with the end of the world and then our world begins".

"It always starts with a character for Jessica, so I think I'd have to present her with something she was very interested in", Murphy explained. "If [the apocalypse] is what launches it, what's the fantasy world of what happens next?" If we're still here, then the world didn't completely end'. The character is the grandmother of Michael Langdon, the Anti-Christ and child of Tate Langdon and Vivien Harmon.

Paulson went on to give a few details on Lange's role in Apocalypse, saying: 'She is the Supreme - for now.

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Sarah's frock featured a handkerchief like neckline and full skirt, continuing to highlight her svelte figure with a belt at the center. At the beginning of our story, that is the title she still holds.

"I don't know. A lot of that comes down to Ryan and whether he still feels inspired about it. An enjoyment is not possible at the juncture of the story, she's not running around like her mother snorting cocaine and throwing young witches against the wall, though she may like to be doing that". Specifically, the eighth season will be mashing up elements from the first season, Murder House, and the third season, Coven, with Taissa Farmiga and Emma Roberts returning to reprise their roles from season three. Grossman will play Coco St. Pierre Vanderbilt, Lourd is Mallory, Porter is Dinah Stevens, and Bates is Mrs. Meade. "It is an experience".

It's a season unlike anything we've done because there's a big hook to it.

Get ready "American Horror Story" fans because Jessica Lange is set to return to the series.