Actress Emma Roberts, who was beforehand part of two installments of “American Horror Story,” has teased that she might be once again returning to be a part of the fifth season of the show, entitled, “Hotel.”
During an interview with E! News, the actress discussed about the probability that she will be making an appearance at the end of the forthcoming installment of the anthology series.
“To go from ‘American Horror Story’ to this, and then optimistically back to ‘AHS’ at the end of the year, is a dream come true,” the actress said.
When inquired if she can verify her involvement in the upcoming show, Roberts said, “I think so, at the end. I’m hoping.”
However, she retraced her words by saying, “But I don’t know, you’ll have to ask Ryan.”
The actress is not the first American Horror Story alum to articulate desires in returning to the show. Taissa Farmiga, whom Roberts appeared with in its second season, entitled, “Coven,” had previously expressed about yearning to be part of the show again.
“Freak Show” actors Naomi Grossman, Finn Wittrock and Denis O’Hare also previously cited their desire to be on the show again.
While nothing has been set made final as far as Roberts’ casting in American Horror Story, the said actress will still materialize in one of Ryan Murphy’s projects. She is set to play Chanel Oberlin in the upcoming Fox comedy-horror series “Scream Queens.”
Speaking of Roberts’ character, Ryan Murphy told Entertainment Weekly in an interview, “Emma Roberts is Chanel, who’s the president of Kappa Sorority. She’s very funny and very ruthless. All her life all she’s wanted to do is be president of Kappa and have this great boyfriend and rule the roost. She’s very fashionable and very ruthless.”
The FX anthology series the American Horror Story is moving its production set back to Los Angeles from Louisiana. This marks a welcome boost to the city since it has seen a significant drop in the quantity of TV dramas filming in the vicinity.
Ryan Murphy’s hit horror anthology series is anticipated to commence filming its fifth season entitled, “Hotel” early this July,
“Hotel,” which includes the stars Kathy Bates, Angela Bassett, Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Chloe Sevigny, Wes Bentley and Matt Bomer, along with others, will air on FX this October. It has already been announced back then that series regular, Jessica Lange will no longer take part in the anthology series. She has made her announcement about her exit on the show during the PaleyFest panel interview earlier this year. Sad as that may be, the casting of the show still proves to be a strong one. The American Horror Story is produced by Twentieth Century Fox Television. The fifth season will comprise of 13 episodes. Wherever American Horror Story will opt to film the series, fans are surely excited about the fifth season of the show and are looking forward to its premiere this October. Details about the fifth season have been teased but its storyline has still not been disclosed.
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