'American Horror Story': Jessica Lange returning, moving to the East Coast

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tate-constance-moira-ahs.jpg "American Horror Story" creator Ryan Murphy appeared on Bravo's "Watch What Happens Live" with Andy Cohen Monday night (Feb. 6), where he dished some dirt on the second season of everyone's favorite new scary series.

When asked if Jessica Lange, who won both the Golden Globe and the Screen Actors Guild awards for her portrayal of Constance in Season 1 of "AHS," will be making an appearance in Season 2, Murphy says yes.

Though in what capacity, we don't know.

But Murphy goes on to say that Season 2 is "going to be somewhere on the East Coast and it's going to be a 'horror institution.'"

"I'm in negotiations with four of the people who were on last year's show, none of them were the Harmons. But none of the deals have closed, so I can't say [who they are]," Murphy continues.

We're bummed about the "no Harmons" part, especially for newcomer Taissa Farmiga. But we wonder which four it'll be? Is Lange one of them? We hope Denis O'Hare, Evan Peters and Alexandra Breckenridge are amongst the four.

Which four do you hope it'll be?

And as for the "horror institution," we wish the Danvers State Hospital in Massachusetts hadn't been torn down. That would've been a perfect(ly terrifying) place to film.

"American Horror Story" will return to FX in the fall of 2012. We can hardly wait!

Photo/Video credit: FX