From “Glee” to American Horror – A Smooth Transition That Works

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From the makers of the Fox Channel’s “Glee” comes something a little different for all our horror fans, and don’t let the fact that Mr. Ryan Murphy (Nip/Tuck) and Mr. Brad Falchuk like to sing and dance keep you from tuning in to this (what promises to be) thrilling new series set to air beginning October 5 on the FX Network. Dante Di Loreto (Glee, Temple Grandin) will serve as executive producer.

“American Horror Story” revolves around the Harmon family. The all-star cast features Golden Globe® winner and Emmy® nominee Dylan McDermott (The Practice) as husband and father Ben Harmon, a psychiatrist, his wife Vivien is played by Emmy® nominated actress Connie Britton (Spin City, The West Wing) and their teenage daughter is Taissa Farmiga as Violet. Two-time Academy Award® winner Jessica Lange stars as Constance, the next door neighbor in her first ever weekly television series appearance. Lange is also the recipient of an Emmy® for her HBO performance alongside Drew Barrymore in “Grey Gardens.” The supporting cast includes esteemed character actor Larry Harvey, Evan Peters, Denis O’Hare, Golden Globe® winner and three-time Emmy® nominee Frances Conroy, Alexandra Breckenridge and Jaime Brewer.

The Harmon family has suffered some severe anguish in Boston so decide to start fresh and move to Los Angeles where their new set of circumstances will make their Boston problems seem like a stroll in the park on a sunny afternoon.

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