While the Millers discover some of their house's history, Lee falls into old habits and her daughter, Flora, makes a new friend.

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Michael Goi

Writers:

Tim Minear, Ryan Murphy (created by) | 4 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kathy Bates ... Thomasin 'The Butcher' White
Sarah Paulson ... Shelby Miller
Cuba Gooding Jr. ... Matt Miller
Lily Rabe ... Shelby Miller
André Holland ... Matt Miller
Denis O'Hare ... Dr. Elias Cunningham
Wes Bentley ... Ambrose White (credit only)
Evan Peters ... Edward Phillipe Mott (credit only)
Cheyenne Jackson ... Sidney James (credit only)
Angela Bassett ... Lee Harris
Lady Gaga ... Scáthach
Adina Porter ... Lee Harris
Charles Malik Whitfield ... Mason Harris
Colby French ... Officer
Maya Rose ... Nurse Miranda (as Maya Rose Berko)
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While the Millers discover some of their house's history, Lee falls into old habits and her daughter, Flora, makes a new friend.

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Drama | Horror | Thriller

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When the realtor comes back to the house to discuss the family's complaints, he mispronounces "realtor" as "real-i-tor," something an actual realtor is unlikely to do. See more »


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American Horror Story Theme
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Written by Cesar Davila-Irizarry and Charlie Clouser
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The Second Chapter Continues To Impress
5 November 2020 | by litprom-68018See all my reviews

The great directing and acting from the last episode continue on in Chapter 2, as the Millers get in even deeper into the Roanoke House. The documentary style is even greater in this episode. The story of the two deadly nurses is bone chilling and at times even upsetting.

The writing still feels a little flack, certain lines come across as a little too cliche or easy. Lily Rabe, Adina Porter and Andre Holland seem wasted in their roles as they just narrate.

The cast that is on screen still keep up the good work and things are moving along nicely.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 September 2016 (USA) See more »

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Dolby Digital

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16:9 HD
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