March 2, 2012
American Horror Story
Friday, March 2, 2012
Ryan Murphy, Creator/Executive Producer
Brad Falchuk, Creator/Executive Producer
Dante Di Loreto, Executive Producer
Connie Britton, “Vivien Harmon”
Dylan McDermott, “Ben Harmon”
Jessica Lange, “Constance Langdon”
Alexandra Breckenridge, “Young Moira”
Sarah Paulson, "Billie Dean Howard"
Frances Conroy, "Moira"
Moderator: Tim Stack, Entertainment Weekly
The Harmons see dead people. The exceedingly troubled family at the epicenter of this outlandish spine-chiller from FX—“arguably the season’s sexiest, scariest, strangest show,” per TV Guide—has moved from Boston to L.A., hoping to begin anew after a miscarriage and an affair, but their adopted home is a house of horrors flush with dead, tortured souls, all of the malevolent variety. The show, from Glee’s Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, was highly anticipated and hasn’t disappointed; three-plus weeks after its October premiere, trick-or-treaters were masquerading as one of its characters, the Rubber Man. Much credit goes to the cast, including Dylan McDermott and Connie Britton (the Harmons); Taissa Farmiga (daughter Violet); and Jessica Lange (their sinister and completely batty neighbor).