This just in: Ryan Murphy is planning to sprinkle some of that Glee magic over at FX with a new drama pilot called American Horror Story. Details on the show are scarce, but if past experience teaches us anything, it will be worth giving it a chance. Between the high production values on both Glee and every original show FX puts out there, it's almost a guarantee that this show will be handled with care and it's sure to have a creative flair.
American Horror Story will be a return to FX for Murphy who saw success on the network with the hit show, Nip/Tuck. Murphy will partner with his creative partner from both Glee and Nip/Tuck, Brad Falchuk, for this new show; the duo have been discussing this project for a while now, and they're hoping for great things now that they're set to reunite with the network that believed in their first big hit show. Murphy will take on the director's chair for the new show starting in April, but assures gleeks that this new venture won't mean that Glee will lose its fearless leader and be forced to fend for itself.