Last week, we covered the news that Zachary Quinto would join the cast of American Horror Story for a major arc and would appear in at least 4 episodes. The newest addition to the cast has been announced and he'll be playing the co-owner of the show's haunted house.

According to Deadline Teddy Sears (Torchwood: Miracle Day"will play the partner of Quinto’s gay character and co-owner with him of the haunted house that the show revolves around. Their story arks kicks off in the show’s two-part Halloween episode."

American Horror Story stars Dylan McDermott, Connie Britton, and Jessica Lange, and will premiere October 5th on FX. The series has been developed by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, with 13 episodes planned for the first season.

“Described as a psychosexual thriller, American Horror Story centers on a therapist (McDermott) and his wife (Britton) who, dealing with the aftermath of the husband’s adultery, move along with their kids into a new house that seems to know all about their fears and plays on them. American Horror Story has strong supernatural elements (For example, the housekeeper is perceived differently by the two spouses) and also explores other forms of horror in society.”

Source: Deadline
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