"American Horror Story" Season 3: Ryan Murphy hints at what's to come

As the season finale for 'American Horror Story: Asylum' creeps closer, series co-creator Ryan Murphy drops hints for what season 3 might entail.

Just when we thought we couldn't love her more, last night Jessica Lange sang “The Name Game” in full 60s glam, and we fell even harder. While choosing to star in American Horror Story must have initially been regarded as a career death blow for one of

"American Horror Story" co-creator Ryan Murphy seemingly paid homage to his other creation, "Glee," on Wednesday night's episode of the creepy FX drama when Jessica Lange burst into a rendition of Shirley Ellis' "The Name Game" and a full-on dance

Intense shock treatment, a jukebox and Judy Martin aligned to give 'American Horror Story: Asylum' the closest thing it may ever have to a musical episode. Even if Jude's rendition of Shirley Ellis's 1964 children's song, "The Name Game," did suffer

Pepper has become the unlikely fan favorite on "American Horror Story: Asylum." The startling-looking character who once provided comic relief is now saving the day on the hit FX series and Naomi Grossman, the actress