In probably the least shocking development involving "American Horror Story" yet, FX has renewed the Ryan Murphy anthology series for a third season.
Jessica Lange, who won an Emmy for her role in the show's first season and then returned as a completely different character with a completely different accent this year -- will be among the actors back for the show's next 13-episode next season, about which no further details are yet forthcoming. (According to FX, Lange, who's currently playing a nun called Sister Jude, will be entering as lead actress in the Golden Globes and Emmys for this season.)
Tuesday's episode of the show's current season, "Asylum," outdrew all broadcast networks from 10-11 p.m. among adults 18-34, crowed FX Wednesday.
The basic cable show's also averaging more than 5.2 million viewers a week when those who watch it within seven day of its premiere are factored in.