This legendary American Horror Story star is open to a comeback

American Horror Story star Connie Britton may return to the critically-acclaimed horror series.

The American actress, who played the main lead in the show’s first season Murder House, said she’s willing to come back in an interview with The Wrap.

She told the publication: “It’s always possible! It’s always possible. And, you know, in the world of Ryan Murphy I’m usually pretty quick to say yes, because I adore him, and I adore working with and he always puts together such a great group of people. So we shall see.”

Unlike other series regulars on the show, Connie opted to not return after her first season. However, she did return as the same character in American Horror Story’s latest instalment, Apocalypse, for a one episode appearance.

We recently ranked all eight seasons of American Horror Story.

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