FX’s “American Horror Story” is the latest from Ryan Murphy, who created “Glee” before he wrote and directed “Eat Pray Love.”
Premiering Oct. 5, it follows a couple and their teen daughter after they move in to a really haunted house. Its cast includes Connie Britton (“Friday Night Lights”), Dylan McDermott (“The Practice”), Francis Conroy (“Six Feet Under”), Denis O’Hare (“True Blood”), Taissa Farmiga (kid sister of Vera) and Jessica Lange (“Tootsie”).
Its pilot screened at the Television Critics Association event early this month. Here’s what NPR’s Linda Holmes wrote :
American Horror Story is emphatically not for everybody. It's a genre piece, it's very campy, and a significant number of critics in the theater with me didn't like it at all. I, on the other hand, did.
FX just released a teaser for the project: