American Horror Story: Taissa Farmiga Officially Returning for Season 3

Feb 6 2013, 9:35pm CST | by

American Horror Story: Taissa Farmiga Officially Returning for Season 3
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Taissa Farmiga | Photo Credits: Prashant Gupta/FX

Taissa Farmiga is officially coming back for the third season of American Horror Story.

Farmiga, 18, joins several of the FX horror show's previously announced cast members including Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Lily Rabe and Jessica Lange, who won an Emmy for her Season 1 performance.

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Unlike the other four, Farmiga was one of the few Season 1 regulars who did not return for American Horror Story: Asylum. At a screening of the Season 2 finale last month, co-creator Ryan Murphy told reporters to expect more Season 1 cast members to return.

Farmiga will also next be seen in the drama The Bling Ring.

Are you glad Farmiga is coming back for another round of American Horror Story? Who should she play?

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