Frances Conroy and Taissa Farmiga re-up for Ryan Murphy's creepy FX hit
The third season of "American Horror Story" is shaping up to be quite the creepy reunion.
Frances Conroy and Taissa Famiga have signed on for the next installment of FX's hit, adding to a growing list of returning talent that includes Lily Rabe, Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters and Jessica Lange.
"American Horror Story" co-creator Ryan Murphy revealed Conroy's return via his Twitter account on Thursday, writing, "Thrilled to announce the legendary Frances Conroy is on board for next season's American Horror Story.
Conroy played the older version of Moira, the housekeeper for the Harmon family, on the first season of "American Horror Story," and the Angel of Death in "American Horror Story: Asylum."
Farmiga, meanwhile, played daughter Violet Harmon in the first season, but was absent from the second cycle.
While numerous cast members have appeared on multiple seasons of "American Horror Story," they have played different characters each season, which are set in a different environment for each cycle. The next installment will be a romance set in contemporary times.