There is another new face entering the institution on “American Horror Story” this coming season, even though we are not off the belief that we are going to be seeing someone who is going to be an enormous player on the show for multiple episodes.
According to a report from SpoilerTV, actress Erin Allin O’Reilly is going to be taking on the role of Nurse Fuller on the seventh episode of the hit FX show. Some of O’Reilly’s other credits include brief stints on “The Big Bang Theory” as well as “Heroes,” and she also appeared in the big-budget version of “The Three Stooges” that hit theaters early this year.
“American Horror Story” is definitely going into this season with some enormously high expectations. After all, this is a show that has been hugely hyped over the past month courtesy of all the teasers, and also has delivered more Emmy love in the miniseries category than any other show on the network. The problem now is trying to create a new story that is equally exciting to what we have seen already; and even though the actors who are returning are all playing entirely different roles, some of Ryan Murphy’s series over the years have struggled at times to maintain momentum after being fan favorites during their first seasons (“Glee” and “Nip/Tuck” are each solid examples of this very thing).
Do you think the impressive cast (which includes new faces Adam Levine, James Cromwell, and Jenna Dewan Tatum) and the insane asylum story are going to make this season of the show worth checking out? If you want to see the first real promo for the season, all you have to do is visit the story that is up over at the link here.