‘American Horror Story’ Alum Taissa Farmiga To Join ‘Hotel’? ‘Murder House’s’ Violet And ‘Coven’s’ Zoe Teases ‘We’ll See’
“American Horror Story” alum Taissa Farmiga has opened up about the possibility that she will return to the FX anthology series during an interview with Just Jared.
The actress, who appeared in two seasons of the series created by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, said she’s hoping she will be part of the upcoming season, subtitled “Hotel,” but she does not want to keep fans’ hopes up.
“Season four just ended. So I’m hoping the fans will be able to see me in the next season,” she said. “But we’ll see. No promises.”
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Apart from the upcoming season, the actress also spoke about the ones she appeared in: “Murder House” and “Coven.”
Speaking of her favorite scene on the show, the actress said, “My favorite scene that I’ve shot, the most recent one, was on ‘Coven,’ when I got to be impaled onto the wall. I got to sit there for like an hour on this awesome rig and just be leaning on the wall. And it was pretty fun, blood, guts, it was great.”
Despite the good memories she has of the show, Farmiga told MTV that she did not watch the latest installment, subtitled “Freak Show.”
“I need to get the right group of people who will just support me,” the actress explained. “I literally hate horror things, and it’s my friends up on screen. They’re dying! It’s emotional.”
Other “AHS” alums who have expressed their desire to be part of the upcoming season include Winn Fittrock, Naomi Grossman and Kathy Bates.
The upcoming installment of the series is expected to air in October.