Fans will remember the character from the very first season of the hit horror series that took place in a haunted house in Los Angeles.
Despite still being in production on its upcoming eighth season, American Horror Story has been officially given the go-ahead to continue into double digits, according to a news item from The Hollywood Reporter.
We bet you thought you'd seen the last of Jessica Lange - but the cast of American Horror Story: Apocalypse confirmed today that the Emmy-winning actress and former Supreme will return to the long-running Ryan Murphy-produced drama.
"He has a very busy schedule, with new cycles of American Crime Story and Feud, there is active development on all of them, " Landgraf said.
As for whether we'll see more "AHS" after season 10, Landgrat says, "A lot of that comes down to Ryan and whether he still feels inspired about it".
The name and themes of both American Horror Story Season 9 and Season 10 are unknown now but we will update as more information becomes available. I think the eighth cycle, which is now in production, is awesome and insane, and I think the fans will really like it.
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He continued, "Part of what's cool about American Horror Story is its anthology nature".
Constance was Lange's character in season one, the next door neighbor of the Harmon family and the mother of Tate (Evan Peters).
It makes complete sense why the Oscar victor would return as Constance.
American Horror Story: Apocalypse will premiere on FX on September 12. Murphy and his creative team can craft each season to capitalize on popular trends (reality TV and crime documentaries in Season 6, Roanoke) and current events (the USA presidential election in Season 7, Cult).
Lange did not attend the all-female press conference, which included executive producer Alexis Martin Woodall and stars Emma Roberts, Billie Lourd, Leslie Grossman, Adina Porter and Kathy Bates.