Kelly Ripa’s other half Mark Consuelos is getting a room in American Horror Story‘s asylum.
The former All My Children star will play a patient named Spivey in Season 2 of the FX series, EW.com reports.
Joining him for the new scarefest — which is set in a 1960s East Coast mental institution — are Chloe Sevigny (Big Love), Joseph Fiennes (FlashForward), James Cromwell (Six Feet Under), singer Adam Levine, Britne Oldford (Skins), French actress Lizzie Brocheré and Chris Zylka (The Secret Circle), while Jessica Lange, Zachary Quinto, Lily Rabe, Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters will return in brand-new roles.
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• The cast of Dancing With the Stars‘ upcoming all-stars edition will be announced during ABC’s TCA Summer Press Tour session on July 27.
• Sorry — again — Charlie: FX’s Anger Management in its third week drew 2.4 million total viewers, which is now down 57 percent from premiere week. In other ratings news: NBC’s The Firm, as some of you may not know, has been airing new episodes on Saturday nights this whole time, and in fact wrapped its one-and-done run this weekend with an audience of 1.72 million and a 0.3 demo rating, placing third behind 48 Hours Mystery and a Castle rerun.
• After making its debut at Comic-Con, MTV’s The Inbetweeners adaptation (debuting Aug. 20 at 10:30/9:30c) is now ready for your snap judgment with the following trailer:
• HBO has released a teaser video for the third season of Treme, premiering Sept. 23.
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