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Falchuk ’93 Returns with New Show

Hobart alum Brad Falchuk ’93, the recipient of multiple Emmys as “Glee” co-creator, executive producer and director, is adding another television program to his growing resume. Falchuk and fellow “Glee” co-creator Ryan Murphy have had another television program picked-up. Their new venture, “American Horror Story,” will premiere on the FX Network this fall.

The highly anticipated drama will follow a small family as it relocates from Boston to Los Angeles to “reconcile past anguish.” Dylan McDermott, of the hit television show “The Practice,” and Oscar-winner Jessica Lange are set to star in the series. “American Horror Story” is slated to premiere in October.

Falchuk received his B.A. in English from Hobart in 1993. He began his career as a screenwriter on science fiction shows such as “Mutant X,” “Earth: Final Conflict” and “Veritas: The Quest.” Falchuk went on to write for the award-winning FX series “Nip/Tuck,” where he also served as a director and executive producer. Falchuk continues to write and serve as executive producer for Fox hit series “Glee.”

More information about “American Horror Story” is included in the full article below.

New FX drama ‘American Horror Story’ set for fall

The Associated Press  • July 19, 2011

LOS ANGELES (AP) – An “American Horror Story” is coming to TV.

The FX channel said Monday it has ordered 13 episodes of a new drama it says has “reinvented the horror genre.” The show is from the producers of “Nip/Tuck” and “Glee.”

“American Horror Story” stars Dylan McDermott (“The Practice”) and Connie Britton (“Friday Night Lights”) as a couple who move their family from Boston to Los Angeles to, as FX put it, “reconcile past anguish.”

The drama also features Oscar-winning star Jessica Lange (“Tootsie,” ”Blue Sky”) in her first regular TV series role, along with Frances Conroy of “Six Feet Under”

“American Horror Story” was co-created by executive producers Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk. The drama begins production in Los Angeles next week and is set to premiere on FX in October.

In the photo above, Falchuk (left) recieves his Emmy.