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American Horror Story: Could we see Dylan McDermott returning this season?

Oct. 29, 2013by: Kevin Woods
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Dylan McDermott starred in the first season of "American Horror Story" but didn't survive the horrors of 'The Murder House'. He then popped up in "American Horror Story: Asylum" as deranged serial killer Johnny Morgan, aka Bloody Face, a stark change from his role as sex-addicted therapist Ben Harmon in the first season. Now fans are wondering if McDermott will complete the trifecta by appearing in the current season of the hit FX series. That's exactly the question raised by TVLine in a recent interview and the answer, while certainly not definite, is rather promising.

McDermott states...

I start a movie called SURVIVOR in January, with Milla Jovovich, Pierce Brosnan, Emma Thompson and Angela Bassett, but Ryan [Murphy] wants me to come back, and I want to come back. So we just have to figure out the scheduling. To me, [doing American Horror Story] is always like going home.

It's interesting to note that SURVIVOR also stars "AHS: Coven" co-star Angela Bassett, so hopefully if she's able to work the series into her busy schedule, perhaps McDermott, who also has the new CBS show "Hostages" on his plate, can find the time to work "Coven" into his own schedule.

"American Horror Story: Coven" airs on Wednesdays at 10/9c on FX.

Extra Tidbit: Would you like to see Dylan McDermott return to "American Horror Story", even in a small role?
Source: TVLine

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4:35PM on 10/29/2013
Sure, McDermott could return. To some extent, the season would not be the same without him. The audience is as familiar with McDermott being in American Horror Story as he is familiar being there.
Sure, McDermott could return. To some extent, the season would not be the same without him. The audience is as familiar with McDermott being in American Horror Story as he is familiar being there.
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