After the FX series American Horror Story concluded Season 1 last month, series creator Ryan Murphy revealed that some of the cast members will return, although Season 2 will focus on a new cast of characters. Last night, after Jessica Lange won a Golden Globe for her portrayal of Constance Langdon in American Horror Story, the actress revealed she may return for Season 2.

"Yes, we are considering a second season. Nothing is definite yet."
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Ryan Murphy said last month that those who are returning will play different characters such as "creatures and monsters." They won't start writing the Season 2 scripts until February, so it isn't known how Jessica Lange will be involved yet.

Jessica Lange also talked about how difficult her final scene was in American Horror Story this season.

"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."

It isn't known when American Horror Story will debut Season 2, although it will likely premiere in October.