The Best Supporting TV Actress of 2012 Golden Globes admits she is considering to be part of the horror series' second season, but points out that 'nothing is definite.'
Jessica Lange might be one of the familiar faces who can be seen in "American Horror Story" season 2. Met backstage at the 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards, the actress revealed she is considering to sign up for the new chapter of the FX horror show.
"I don't know much more than anybody in this room but yes, we are considering a second season," she said before adding, "Nothing is definite yet." Asked who else from the original cast ensemble that might return, she replied, "That's going to be entirely up to [the producers]. I know that everybody that is returning will be playing a different character."
Lange has just grabbed Best Supporting TV Actress at this year's Golden Globes, thanks to her role as Constance on "AHS". Recalling the most challenging thing in portraying the character, the 62-year-old shared, "The final monologue that I have in the last episode was something I had to try to nail down in an incredibly short period of time. To me, that's more difficult than any of the physical things."