Little American Horror Story Things

Little American Horror Story Things

There are some strange and funny little things that happen in American Horror Story that don't get enough recognition in the midst of all the conspiracy theories and plot confusion.
So I'm here to recognize them.

omgtsn:

highnoonhex:

mistahgrundy:



kat-reverie:



omgtsn:



a masterpost



fUVK HSDGUJWKEG i love this



SPOOPY BUS




This is actually pissing me off. It has begun to ruin halloween for me knowing people don’t spell check. Things are massed produced in factories and sent out for sale to the public spelt spoopy, doo, and creppy. Like what the actual fuck. My computer even automatically changes spoopy to spooky. I mean, come on. The best holiday season and businesses don’t even care enough about it to spell check the items they’re gonna sell. Fuck this shit.


come on buddy wheres your smngfiehp cheer



Spoopy. So spooky you poop a little.omgtsn:

highnoonhex:

mistahgrundy:



kat-reverie:



omgtsn:



a masterpost



fUVK HSDGUJWKEG i love this



SPOOPY BUS




This is actually pissing me off. It has begun to ruin halloween for me knowing people don’t spell check. Things are massed produced in factories and sent out for sale to the public spelt spoopy, doo, and creppy. Like what the actual fuck. My computer even automatically changes spoopy to spooky. I mean, come on. The best holiday season and businesses don’t even care enough about it to spell check the items they’re gonna sell. Fuck this shit.


come on buddy wheres your smngfiehp cheer



Spoopy. So spooky you poop a little.omgtsn:

highnoonhex:

mistahgrundy:



kat-reverie:



omgtsn:



a masterpost



fUVK HSDGUJWKEG i love this



SPOOPY BUS




This is actually pissing me off. It has begun to ruin halloween for me knowing people don’t spell check. Things are massed produced in factories and sent out for sale to the public spelt spoopy, doo, and creppy. Like what the actual fuck. My computer even automatically changes spoopy to spooky. I mean, come on. The best holiday season and businesses don’t even care enough about it to spell check the items they’re gonna sell. Fuck this shit.


come on buddy wheres your smngfiehp cheer



Spoopy. So spooky you poop a little.omgtsn:

highnoonhex:

mistahgrundy:



kat-reverie:



omgtsn:



a masterpost



fUVK HSDGUJWKEG i love this



SPOOPY BUS




This is actually pissing me off. It has begun to ruin halloween for me knowing people don’t spell check. Things are massed produced in factories and sent out for sale to the public spelt spoopy, doo, and creppy. Like what the actual fuck. My computer even automatically changes spoopy to spooky. I mean, come on. The best holiday season and businesses don’t even care enough about it to spell check the items they’re gonna sell. Fuck this shit.


come on buddy wheres your smngfiehp cheer



Spoopy. So spooky you poop a little.omgtsn:

highnoonhex:

mistahgrundy:



kat-reverie:



omgtsn:



a masterpost



fUVK HSDGUJWKEG i love this



SPOOPY BUS




This is actually pissing me off. It has begun to ruin halloween for me knowing people don’t spell check. Things are massed produced in factories and sent out for sale to the public spelt spoopy, doo, and creppy. Like what the actual fuck. My computer even automatically changes spoopy to spooky. I mean, come on. The best holiday season and businesses don’t even care enough about it to spell check the items they’re gonna sell. Fuck this shit.


come on buddy wheres your smngfiehp cheer



Spoopy. So spooky you poop a little.omgtsn:

highnoonhex:

mistahgrundy:



kat-reverie:



omgtsn:



a masterpost



fUVK HSDGUJWKEG i love this



SPOOPY BUS




This is actually pissing me off. It has begun to ruin halloween for me knowing people don’t spell check. Things are massed produced in factories and sent out for sale to the public spelt spoopy, doo, and creppy. Like what the actual fuck. My computer even automatically changes spoopy to spooky. I mean, come on. The best holiday season and businesses don’t even care enough about it to spell check the items they’re gonna sell. Fuck this shit.


come on buddy wheres your smngfiehp cheer



Spoopy. So spooky you poop a little.omgtsn:

highnoonhex:

mistahgrundy:



kat-reverie:



omgtsn:



a masterpost



fUVK HSDGUJWKEG i love this



SPOOPY BUS




This is actually pissing me off. It has begun to ruin halloween for me knowing people don’t spell check. Things are massed produced in factories and sent out for sale to the public spelt spoopy, doo, and creppy. Like what the actual fuck. My computer even automatically changes spoopy to spooky. I mean, come on. The best holiday season and businesses don’t even care enough about it to spell check the items they’re gonna sell. Fuck this shit.


come on buddy wheres your smngfiehp cheer



Spoopy. So spooky you poop a little.omgtsn:

highnoonhex:

mistahgrundy:



kat-reverie:



omgtsn:



a masterpost



fUVK HSDGUJWKEG i love this



SPOOPY BUS




This is actually pissing me off. It has begun to ruin halloween for me knowing people don’t spell check. Things are massed produced in factories and sent out for sale to the public spelt spoopy, doo, and creppy. Like what the actual fuck. My computer even automatically changes spoopy to spooky. I mean, come on. The best holiday season and businesses don’t even care enough about it to spell check the items they’re gonna sell. Fuck this shit.


come on buddy wheres your smngfiehp cheer



Spoopy. So spooky you poop a little.

omgtsn:

highnoonhex:

mistahgrundy:

kat-reverie:

omgtsn:

a masterpost

fUVK HSDGUJWKEG i love this

SPOOPY BUS

This is actually pissing me off. It has begun to ruin halloween for me knowing people don’t spell check. Things are massed produced in factories and sent out for sale to the public spelt spoopy, doo, and creppy. Like what the actual fuck. My computer even automatically changes spoopy to spooky. I mean, come on. The best holiday season and businesses don’t even care enough about it to spell check the items they’re gonna sell. Fuck this shit.

come on buddy wheres your smngfiehp cheer

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Spoopy. So spooky you poop a little.

(Source: omgtsn, via enigmaticpossum)

I'm a new Ahs fan and I'm dying to get my hands on season 3. Do you have any possible links ?? :) Thanks x
Anonymous

Like of episodes that haven’t come out yet? Wait with the rest of us. But that have already come out I would check the ahs watch tag or ahs masterpost someone’s bound to have put something up by now. And then there’s also torrents but.I don’t know what you’re comfortable with.

My friend is starting to watch AHS even though I don’t think he likes horror, but anyway I’m super excited about it and I might just have to go back and watch season 1….again….

agifttotearapart:

littleahsthings:

Tate’s metal-playing alarm clock
which is playing a song that came out in 2003….
which I think is silly since the flashback was to ‘94 but oh well

Ha. I just saw this episode and I was wondering what the alarm clock was playing. The Bleeding came out in ‘94. They could have used that!

It’s a song by werewolfe I think, something battalion of hate? It’s on the music of ahs blog

agifttotearapart:

littleahsthings:

Tate’s metal-playing alarm clock

which is playing a song that came out in 2003….

which I think is silly since the flashback was to ‘94 but oh well

Ha. I just saw this episode and I was wondering what the alarm clock was playing. The Bleeding came out in ‘94. They could have used that!

It’s a song by werewolfe I think, something battalion of hate? It’s on the music of ahs blog

(via sharpenyerclaws)

Constance Langdon or Sister Jude?

Constance

I feel like what the aliens wanted with kit is the fourth child of this season, and I knew it would be from the first episode.

There is one thing that really bothers me about season. It's Constance's husband, the one that cheated with Moira, she shot him and he died, but he doesn't end up a ghost in the house. It is said that anyone that dies on the property stays there, so why isn't he a ghost?
Anonymous

He was there just not often, Hayden stabs him in bed

has anyone noticed the fascination the entire series seems to have with children/pregnancy?
Anonymous

Yes! My sister and I were just talking about that yesterday. 4 babies, 50% from Evan Peters. And one from this season was the father last season. Weird.

in the episode where nora gets young tate away from infantana in the basement, I believe she says 'Thaddeus no' when it goes to claw at tate. have you noticed this?
Anonymous

Yeah! Her baby issues are the best, I miss her so much.

On your ghost index page, you forgot Larry Harvey's wife (Lorraine) and kids (Angie - 6, Margret - 10) who all died by fire (set by Lorraine). Visible wounds they have is their charred flesh. Their first appearance is in "Smoldering Children" and Lorraine makes a second appearance in "Afterbirth". Also, the Westfield High kids are not actual residents of the house, they only have halloween when they can make their appearance, so it's improper to list them as Murder House ghosts.
killingthebeastinme

I’m an idiot thanks for letting me know! 

which season of ahs do you prefer?
desopile-se

I am ashamed to say that’s hard for me to answer right now since I am crazy behind on this season. But, from what I have seen of this season, I prefer the last season since I felt more emotionally connected to the characters and what happened to them. I’m not feeling that as strongly, but my sister says I will once I get caught up, so I guess I’ll come back to that question in a little while :D

Happy AHS Wednesday!

Well

This is going to be one hell of a season

Hey!

Hope everyone had a mediocre off-season (because lets face it, could it really be wonderful without ahs?)
Things will probably be back to business as usual here, but we’ll see after tomorrow, things might need to be tweaked a bit. But no worries! Ahs season premier! I can’t believe it’s finally back!
Well, that’s about it for now,
Until tomorrow!

tatestateofmind:


Jessica Lange as Sister Jude
After a game-changingly merciless freshman season that netted 17 Emmy nods, co-creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk have packed up L.A.’s Murder House and relocated the series to Briarcliff, a Massachusetts mental institution. Though Asylum, which is largely set in 1964, introduces a whole new crop of characters, one of the most anticipated returning players is Lange. After scoring a Golden Globe for her portrayal of Constance Langdon in season 1, Lange now takes on Sister Jude, a nun who’s more sadistic than saintly.
Zachary Quinto as Dr. Thredson
Quinto stood out in season 1 as Chad, the gay former Murder House owner who battled with Constance over the new owners’ unborn child. This season, Quinto will once again tangle with Lange when the Star Trek actor portrays a psychiatrist whose forward-thinking ways conflict with Sister Jude’s management style.
Lily Rabe as Sister Eunice
After playing Nora Montgomery, mother of the infamous Infantata, last season, Rabe ramps up her relationship to Lange as second-in-command Sister Eunice. Eunice may seem to be a bit dense, but Rabe promises there’s more to her.
Adam Levine as Leo
For his TV acting debut, the Maroon 5 singer — perhaps the most anxiously awaited newcomer of season 2 — will play one half of a newlywed couple visiting modern-day Briarcliff. If you thought Rubber Man was a formidable foe, wait until you meet the Big Bad whose attention Leo draws. Let’s just say, this adversary effectively kills the honeymoon romance. And, since this is American Horror Story, it’s safe to guess that’s only the start.
Jenna Dewan as Teresa
Mrs. Channing Tatum plays the second half of Asylum’s high-profile newlywed couple. She may look fierce here, but something tells us it won’t be long before she’ll be screaming in terror.
Evan Peters as Kit
Peters has gotten rid of the shaggy blonde hair (and rubber suit) he donned to play Constance’s dead son Tate in season 1. This year, he’ll be subject to Sister Jude’s brutal punishment (read: shackles, canes). One of the newest Briarcliff inmates, Kit is committed after being accused of murdering his wife (played by Britne Olford), though he claims she was abducted — and not by humans.
Sarah Paulson as Lana
The psychic powers of Paulson’s season 1 character Billie Dean Howard are gone, but the actress still plays a character with intuition. Lesbian journalist Lana is committed to the asylum by her own girlfriend after she nearly exposes Briarcliff’s darkest secrets.
Chloë Sevigny as Shelley
The Big Love veteran plays nymphomaniac inmate Shelley. Little else is known about the character, but the actress promises season 2 will be just as fun and crazy as the first. Emphasis on the crazy, of course.

there are no words to describe how excited i am
tatestateofmind:


Jessica Lange as Sister Jude
After a game-changingly merciless freshman season that netted 17 Emmy nods, co-creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk have packed up L.A.’s Murder House and relocated the series to Briarcliff, a Massachusetts mental institution. Though Asylum, which is largely set in 1964, introduces a whole new crop of characters, one of the most anticipated returning players is Lange. After scoring a Golden Globe for her portrayal of Constance Langdon in season 1, Lange now takes on Sister Jude, a nun who’s more sadistic than saintly.
Zachary Quinto as Dr. Thredson
Quinto stood out in season 1 as Chad, the gay former Murder House owner who battled with Constance over the new owners’ unborn child. This season, Quinto will once again tangle with Lange when the Star Trek actor portrays a psychiatrist whose forward-thinking ways conflict with Sister Jude’s management style.
Lily Rabe as Sister Eunice
After playing Nora Montgomery, mother of the infamous Infantata, last season, Rabe ramps up her relationship to Lange as second-in-command Sister Eunice. Eunice may seem to be a bit dense, but Rabe promises there’s more to her.
Adam Levine as Leo
For his TV acting debut, the Maroon 5 singer — perhaps the most anxiously awaited newcomer of season 2 — will play one half of a newlywed couple visiting modern-day Briarcliff. If you thought Rubber Man was a formidable foe, wait until you meet the Big Bad whose attention Leo draws. Let’s just say, this adversary effectively kills the honeymoon romance. And, since this is American Horror Story, it’s safe to guess that’s only the start.
Jenna Dewan as Teresa
Mrs. Channing Tatum plays the second half of Asylum’s high-profile newlywed couple. She may look fierce here, but something tells us it won’t be long before she’ll be screaming in terror.
Evan Peters as Kit
Peters has gotten rid of the shaggy blonde hair (and rubber suit) he donned to play Constance’s dead son Tate in season 1. This year, he’ll be subject to Sister Jude’s brutal punishment (read: shackles, canes). One of the newest Briarcliff inmates, Kit is committed after being accused of murdering his wife (played by Britne Olford), though he claims she was abducted — and not by humans.
Sarah Paulson as Lana
The psychic powers of Paulson’s season 1 character Billie Dean Howard are gone, but the actress still plays a character with intuition. Lesbian journalist Lana is committed to the asylum by her own girlfriend after she nearly exposes Briarcliff’s darkest secrets.
Chloë Sevigny as Shelley
The Big Love veteran plays nymphomaniac inmate Shelley. Little else is known about the character, but the actress promises season 2 will be just as fun and crazy as the first. Emphasis on the crazy, of course.

there are no words to describe how excited i am
tatestateofmind:


Jessica Lange as Sister Jude
After a game-changingly merciless freshman season that netted 17 Emmy nods, co-creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk have packed up L.A.’s Murder House and relocated the series to Briarcliff, a Massachusetts mental institution. Though Asylum, which is largely set in 1964, introduces a whole new crop of characters, one of the most anticipated returning players is Lange. After scoring a Golden Globe for her portrayal of Constance Langdon in season 1, Lange now takes on Sister Jude, a nun who’s more sadistic than saintly.
Zachary Quinto as Dr. Thredson
Quinto stood out in season 1 as Chad, the gay former Murder House owner who battled with Constance over the new owners’ unborn child. This season, Quinto will once again tangle with Lange when the Star Trek actor portrays a psychiatrist whose forward-thinking ways conflict with Sister Jude’s management style.
Lily Rabe as Sister Eunice
After playing Nora Montgomery, mother of the infamous Infantata, last season, Rabe ramps up her relationship to Lange as second-in-command Sister Eunice. Eunice may seem to be a bit dense, but Rabe promises there’s more to her.
Adam Levine as Leo
For his TV acting debut, the Maroon 5 singer — perhaps the most anxiously awaited newcomer of season 2 — will play one half of a newlywed couple visiting modern-day Briarcliff. If you thought Rubber Man was a formidable foe, wait until you meet the Big Bad whose attention Leo draws. Let’s just say, this adversary effectively kills the honeymoon romance. And, since this is American Horror Story, it’s safe to guess that’s only the start.
Jenna Dewan as Teresa
Mrs. Channing Tatum plays the second half of Asylum’s high-profile newlywed couple. She may look fierce here, but something tells us it won’t be long before she’ll be screaming in terror.
Evan Peters as Kit
Peters has gotten rid of the shaggy blonde hair (and rubber suit) he donned to play Constance’s dead son Tate in season 1. This year, he’ll be subject to Sister Jude’s brutal punishment (read: shackles, canes). One of the newest Briarcliff inmates, Kit is committed after being accused of murdering his wife (played by Britne Olford), though he claims she was abducted — and not by humans.
Sarah Paulson as Lana
The psychic powers of Paulson’s season 1 character Billie Dean Howard are gone, but the actress still plays a character with intuition. Lesbian journalist Lana is committed to the asylum by her own girlfriend after she nearly exposes Briarcliff’s darkest secrets.
Chloë Sevigny as Shelley
The Big Love veteran plays nymphomaniac inmate Shelley. Little else is known about the character, but the actress promises season 2 will be just as fun and crazy as the first. Emphasis on the crazy, of course.

there are no words to describe how excited i am
tatestateofmind:


Jessica Lange as Sister Jude
After a game-changingly merciless freshman season that netted 17 Emmy nods, co-creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk have packed up L.A.’s Murder House and relocated the series to Briarcliff, a Massachusetts mental institution. Though Asylum, which is largely set in 1964, introduces a whole new crop of characters, one of the most anticipated returning players is Lange. After scoring a Golden Globe for her portrayal of Constance Langdon in season 1, Lange now takes on Sister Jude, a nun who’s more sadistic than saintly.
Zachary Quinto as Dr. Thredson
Quinto stood out in season 1 as Chad, the gay former Murder House owner who battled with Constance over the new owners’ unborn child. This season, Quinto will once again tangle with Lange when the Star Trek actor portrays a psychiatrist whose forward-thinking ways conflict with Sister Jude’s management style.
Lily Rabe as Sister Eunice
After playing Nora Montgomery, mother of the infamous Infantata, last season, Rabe ramps up her relationship to Lange as second-in-command Sister Eunice. Eunice may seem to be a bit dense, but Rabe promises there’s more to her.
Adam Levine as Leo
For his TV acting debut, the Maroon 5 singer — perhaps the most anxiously awaited newcomer of season 2 — will play one half of a newlywed couple visiting modern-day Briarcliff. If you thought Rubber Man was a formidable foe, wait until you meet the Big Bad whose attention Leo draws. Let’s just say, this adversary effectively kills the honeymoon romance. And, since this is American Horror Story, it’s safe to guess that’s only the start.
Jenna Dewan as Teresa
Mrs. Channing Tatum plays the second half of Asylum’s high-profile newlywed couple. She may look fierce here, but something tells us it won’t be long before she’ll be screaming in terror.
Evan Peters as Kit
Peters has gotten rid of the shaggy blonde hair (and rubber suit) he donned to play Constance’s dead son Tate in season 1. This year, he’ll be subject to Sister Jude’s brutal punishment (read: shackles, canes). One of the newest Briarcliff inmates, Kit is committed after being accused of murdering his wife (played by Britne Olford), though he claims she was abducted — and not by humans.
Sarah Paulson as Lana
The psychic powers of Paulson’s season 1 character Billie Dean Howard are gone, but the actress still plays a character with intuition. Lesbian journalist Lana is committed to the asylum by her own girlfriend after she nearly exposes Briarcliff’s darkest secrets.
Chloë Sevigny as Shelley
The Big Love veteran plays nymphomaniac inmate Shelley. Little else is known about the character, but the actress promises season 2 will be just as fun and crazy as the first. Emphasis on the crazy, of course.

there are no words to describe how excited i am
tatestateofmind:


Jessica Lange as Sister Jude
After a game-changingly merciless freshman season that netted 17 Emmy nods, co-creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk have packed up L.A.’s Murder House and relocated the series to Briarcliff, a Massachusetts mental institution. Though Asylum, which is largely set in 1964, introduces a whole new crop of characters, one of the most anticipated returning players is Lange. After scoring a Golden Globe for her portrayal of Constance Langdon in season 1, Lange now takes on Sister Jude, a nun who’s more sadistic than saintly.
Zachary Quinto as Dr. Thredson
Quinto stood out in season 1 as Chad, the gay former Murder House owner who battled with Constance over the new owners’ unborn child. This season, Quinto will once again tangle with Lange when the Star Trek actor portrays a psychiatrist whose forward-thinking ways conflict with Sister Jude’s management style.
Lily Rabe as Sister Eunice
After playing Nora Montgomery, mother of the infamous Infantata, last season, Rabe ramps up her relationship to Lange as second-in-command Sister Eunice. Eunice may seem to be a bit dense, but Rabe promises there’s more to her.
Adam Levine as Leo
For his TV acting debut, the Maroon 5 singer — perhaps the most anxiously awaited newcomer of season 2 — will play one half of a newlywed couple visiting modern-day Briarcliff. If you thought Rubber Man was a formidable foe, wait until you meet the Big Bad whose attention Leo draws. Let’s just say, this adversary effectively kills the honeymoon romance. And, since this is American Horror Story, it’s safe to guess that’s only the start.
Jenna Dewan as Teresa
Mrs. Channing Tatum plays the second half of Asylum’s high-profile newlywed couple. She may look fierce here, but something tells us it won’t be long before she’ll be screaming in terror.
Evan Peters as Kit
Peters has gotten rid of the shaggy blonde hair (and rubber suit) he donned to play Constance’s dead son Tate in season 1. This year, he’ll be subject to Sister Jude’s brutal punishment (read: shackles, canes). One of the newest Briarcliff inmates, Kit is committed after being accused of murdering his wife (played by Britne Olford), though he claims she was abducted — and not by humans.
Sarah Paulson as Lana
The psychic powers of Paulson’s season 1 character Billie Dean Howard are gone, but the actress still plays a character with intuition. Lesbian journalist Lana is committed to the asylum by her own girlfriend after she nearly exposes Briarcliff’s darkest secrets.
Chloë Sevigny as Shelley
The Big Love veteran plays nymphomaniac inmate Shelley. Little else is known about the character, but the actress promises season 2 will be just as fun and crazy as the first. Emphasis on the crazy, of course.

there are no words to describe how excited i am
tatestateofmind:


Jessica Lange as Sister Jude
After a game-changingly merciless freshman season that netted 17 Emmy nods, co-creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk have packed up L.A.’s Murder House and relocated the series to Briarcliff, a Massachusetts mental institution. Though Asylum, which is largely set in 1964, introduces a whole new crop of characters, one of the most anticipated returning players is Lange. After scoring a Golden Globe for her portrayal of Constance Langdon in season 1, Lange now takes on Sister Jude, a nun who’s more sadistic than saintly.
Zachary Quinto as Dr. Thredson
Quinto stood out in season 1 as Chad, the gay former Murder House owner who battled with Constance over the new owners’ unborn child. This season, Quinto will once again tangle with Lange when the Star Trek actor portrays a psychiatrist whose forward-thinking ways conflict with Sister Jude’s management style.
Lily Rabe as Sister Eunice
After playing Nora Montgomery, mother of the infamous Infantata, last season, Rabe ramps up her relationship to Lange as second-in-command Sister Eunice. Eunice may seem to be a bit dense, but Rabe promises there’s more to her.
Adam Levine as Leo
For his TV acting debut, the Maroon 5 singer — perhaps the most anxiously awaited newcomer of season 2 — will play one half of a newlywed couple visiting modern-day Briarcliff. If you thought Rubber Man was a formidable foe, wait until you meet the Big Bad whose attention Leo draws. Let’s just say, this adversary effectively kills the honeymoon romance. And, since this is American Horror Story, it’s safe to guess that’s only the start.
Jenna Dewan as Teresa
Mrs. Channing Tatum plays the second half of Asylum’s high-profile newlywed couple. She may look fierce here, but something tells us it won’t be long before she’ll be screaming in terror.
Evan Peters as Kit
Peters has gotten rid of the shaggy blonde hair (and rubber suit) he donned to play Constance’s dead son Tate in season 1. This year, he’ll be subject to Sister Jude’s brutal punishment (read: shackles, canes). One of the newest Briarcliff inmates, Kit is committed after being accused of murdering his wife (played by Britne Olford), though he claims she was abducted — and not by humans.
Sarah Paulson as Lana
The psychic powers of Paulson’s season 1 character Billie Dean Howard are gone, but the actress still plays a character with intuition. Lesbian journalist Lana is committed to the asylum by her own girlfriend after she nearly exposes Briarcliff’s darkest secrets.
Chloë Sevigny as Shelley
The Big Love veteran plays nymphomaniac inmate Shelley. Little else is known about the character, but the actress promises season 2 will be just as fun and crazy as the first. Emphasis on the crazy, of course.

there are no words to describe how excited i am
tatestateofmind:


Jessica Lange as Sister Jude
After a game-changingly merciless freshman season that netted 17 Emmy nods, co-creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk have packed up L.A.’s Murder House and relocated the series to Briarcliff, a Massachusetts mental institution. Though Asylum, which is largely set in 1964, introduces a whole new crop of characters, one of the most anticipated returning players is Lange. After scoring a Golden Globe for her portrayal of Constance Langdon in season 1, Lange now takes on Sister Jude, a nun who’s more sadistic than saintly.
Zachary Quinto as Dr. Thredson
Quinto stood out in season 1 as Chad, the gay former Murder House owner who battled with Constance over the new owners’ unborn child. This season, Quinto will once again tangle with Lange when the Star Trek actor portrays a psychiatrist whose forward-thinking ways conflict with Sister Jude’s management style.
Lily Rabe as Sister Eunice
After playing Nora Montgomery, mother of the infamous Infantata, last season, Rabe ramps up her relationship to Lange as second-in-command Sister Eunice. Eunice may seem to be a bit dense, but Rabe promises there’s more to her.
Adam Levine as Leo
For his TV acting debut, the Maroon 5 singer — perhaps the most anxiously awaited newcomer of season 2 — will play one half of a newlywed couple visiting modern-day Briarcliff. If you thought Rubber Man was a formidable foe, wait until you meet the Big Bad whose attention Leo draws. Let’s just say, this adversary effectively kills the honeymoon romance. And, since this is American Horror Story, it’s safe to guess that’s only the start.
Jenna Dewan as Teresa
Mrs. Channing Tatum plays the second half of Asylum’s high-profile newlywed couple. She may look fierce here, but something tells us it won’t be long before she’ll be screaming in terror.
Evan Peters as Kit
Peters has gotten rid of the shaggy blonde hair (and rubber suit) he donned to play Constance’s dead son Tate in season 1. This year, he’ll be subject to Sister Jude’s brutal punishment (read: shackles, canes). One of the newest Briarcliff inmates, Kit is committed after being accused of murdering his wife (played by Britne Olford), though he claims she was abducted — and not by humans.
Sarah Paulson as Lana
The psychic powers of Paulson’s season 1 character Billie Dean Howard are gone, but the actress still plays a character with intuition. Lesbian journalist Lana is committed to the asylum by her own girlfriend after she nearly exposes Briarcliff’s darkest secrets.
Chloë Sevigny as Shelley
The Big Love veteran plays nymphomaniac inmate Shelley. Little else is known about the character, but the actress promises season 2 will be just as fun and crazy as the first. Emphasis on the crazy, of course.

there are no words to describe how excited i am
tatestateofmind:


Jessica Lange as Sister Jude
After a game-changingly merciless freshman season that netted 17 Emmy nods, co-creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk have packed up L.A.’s Murder House and relocated the series to Briarcliff, a Massachusetts mental institution. Though Asylum, which is largely set in 1964, introduces a whole new crop of characters, one of the most anticipated returning players is Lange. After scoring a Golden Globe for her portrayal of Constance Langdon in season 1, Lange now takes on Sister Jude, a nun who’s more sadistic than saintly.
Zachary Quinto as Dr. Thredson
Quinto stood out in season 1 as Chad, the gay former Murder House owner who battled with Constance over the new owners’ unborn child. This season, Quinto will once again tangle with Lange when the Star Trek actor portrays a psychiatrist whose forward-thinking ways conflict with Sister Jude’s management style.
Lily Rabe as Sister Eunice
After playing Nora Montgomery, mother of the infamous Infantata, last season, Rabe ramps up her relationship to Lange as second-in-command Sister Eunice. Eunice may seem to be a bit dense, but Rabe promises there’s more to her.
Adam Levine as Leo
For his TV acting debut, the Maroon 5 singer — perhaps the most anxiously awaited newcomer of season 2 — will play one half of a newlywed couple visiting modern-day Briarcliff. If you thought Rubber Man was a formidable foe, wait until you meet the Big Bad whose attention Leo draws. Let’s just say, this adversary effectively kills the honeymoon romance. And, since this is American Horror Story, it’s safe to guess that’s only the start.
Jenna Dewan as Teresa
Mrs. Channing Tatum plays the second half of Asylum’s high-profile newlywed couple. She may look fierce here, but something tells us it won’t be long before she’ll be screaming in terror.
Evan Peters as Kit
Peters has gotten rid of the shaggy blonde hair (and rubber suit) he donned to play Constance’s dead son Tate in season 1. This year, he’ll be subject to Sister Jude’s brutal punishment (read: shackles, canes). One of the newest Briarcliff inmates, Kit is committed after being accused of murdering his wife (played by Britne Olford), though he claims she was abducted — and not by humans.
Sarah Paulson as Lana
The psychic powers of Paulson’s season 1 character Billie Dean Howard are gone, but the actress still plays a character with intuition. Lesbian journalist Lana is committed to the asylum by her own girlfriend after she nearly exposes Briarcliff’s darkest secrets.
Chloë Sevigny as Shelley
The Big Love veteran plays nymphomaniac inmate Shelley. Little else is known about the character, but the actress promises season 2 will be just as fun and crazy as the first. Emphasis on the crazy, of course.

there are no words to describe how excited i am

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Jessica Lange as Sister Jude

After a game-changingly merciless freshman season that netted 17 Emmy nods, co-creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk have packed up L.A.’s Murder House and relocated the series to Briarcliff, a Massachusetts mental institution. Though Asylum, which is largely set in 1964, introduces a whole new crop of characters, one of the most anticipated returning players is Lange. After scoring a Golden Globe for her portrayal of Constance Langdon in season 1, Lange now takes on Sister Jude, a nun who’s more sadistic than saintly.

Zachary Quinto as Dr. Thredson

Quinto stood out in season 1 as Chad, the gay former Murder House owner who battled with Constance over the new owners’ unborn child. This season, Quinto will once again tangle with Lange when the Star Trek actor portrays a psychiatrist whose forward-thinking ways conflict with Sister Jude’s management style.

Lily Rabe as Sister Eunice

After playing Nora Montgomery, mother of the infamous Infantata, last season, Rabe ramps up her relationship to Lange as second-in-command Sister Eunice. Eunice may seem to be a bit dense, but Rabe promises there’s more to her.

Adam Levine as Leo

For his TV acting debut, the Maroon 5 singer — perhaps the most anxiously awaited newcomer of season 2 — will play one half of a newlywed couple visiting modern-day Briarcliff. If you thought Rubber Man was a formidable foe, wait until you meet the Big Bad whose attention Leo draws. Let’s just say, this adversary effectively kills the honeymoon romance. And, since this is American Horror Story, it’s safe to guess that’s only the start.

Jenna Dewan as Teresa

Mrs. Channing Tatum plays the second half of Asylum’s high-profile newlywed couple. She may look fierce here, but something tells us it won’t be long before she’ll be screaming in terror.

Evan Peters as Kit

Peters has gotten rid of the shaggy blonde hair (and rubber suit) he donned to play Constance’s dead son Tate in season 1. This year, he’ll be subject to Sister Jude’s brutal punishment (read: shackles, canes). One of the newest Briarcliff inmates, Kit is committed after being accused of murdering his wife (played by Britne Olford), though he claims she was abducted — and not by humans.

Sarah Paulson as Lana

The psychic powers of Paulson’s season 1 character Billie Dean Howard are gone, but the actress still plays a character with intuition. Lesbian journalist Lana is committed to the asylum by her own girlfriend after she nearly exposes Briarcliff’s darkest secrets.

Chloë Sevigny as Shelley

The Big Love veteran plays nymphomaniac inmate Shelley. Little else is known about the character, but the actress promises season 2 will be just as fun and crazy as the first. Emphasis on the crazy, of course.

there are no words to describe how excited i am

(Source: fiftyshadesofahs, via starksexual)