AceShowbiz - There's good news for "American Horror Story" fans who think a nine-month gap between two seasons of the show is too long. Next year, FX may air two seasons of the horror anthology series.
Series co-creator Ryan Murphy reveals to Entertainment Weekly, "Next year we might do a fall 'American Horror Story' and a spring. We have to decide." To prepare this, there will be two teams of writers working on a different installment each.
"We're doing something that we've never done before on the show where we're doing two different groups of writers rooms. Some of our writers will be bouncing around but a whole different group coming in late August," Murphy says.
Never lacking new ideas for the new season, the prolific writer and executive producer teases, "The next thing we're crafting up is very, very different than this. Not smaller. But just not opulent. More rogue and more dark."
There's another thing that viewers can expect in the future, which is %cJessica Lange%'s return. Confirmed to be absent from the "Hotel" installment, "she'll be back" someday, so Murphy tells the magazine, adding, "She's not gone forever."
In the meantime, fans can feast their eyes on %cLady GaGa% and her blood-thirsty character on "Hotel". The singer has gained a lot of attention for her upcoming portrayal of Countess Elizabeth, the owner of the titular hotel. She is described as "a glamorous but deadly creature who sustains on a healthy diet of sex and blood - she kills with her very fashionable but very sharp chainmail glove."
First look at GaGa's Countess and other main characters on the new installment were recently revealed via EW. The show will kick off the fifth season October 7 on FX.