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Jessica Lange Takes Gold for 'American Horror Story'


Genre pickings were slim at this year's Golden Globe Awards. American Horror Story was really the only notable nominee, with nods for Best TV Drama and Best Supporting Actress in a TV Drama for Jessica Lange. Best TV Drama went to Showtime's Homeland (deservedly so), but Lange snagged her Globe for her not-so-subtly crazy portrayal of Constance on the FX drama. Is this an indicator that Lange will return for season two?

At this weekend's TCA panels, American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy stated that he is searching for an entirely new cast for season two - makes sense, since virtually every character on the show was killed off by season's end. However, Murphy admitted that he is in talks to have "two or three" actors from season one return for next season. Lange's character, the proper (and racist) southern belle whose dreams of stardom were shot after giving birth to five children, each with mental and physical disabilities, was the only character who didn't die. So it makes sense that she would return, right?