Eric Stonestreet is returning to "American Horror Story."
According to TVLine, the two-time "Modern Family" Emmy winner will join the "Asylum" season of the FX series as a killer. Stonestreet appeared during the first season as a psych patient. Like most aspects of "American Horror Story: Asylum," details on his appearance are scarce except that Stonestreet's character will have a scene with Sarah Paulson's reporter, Lana.
Jessica Lange took home the Emmy for Best Supporting Actress in a Miniseries/TV Movie for her work on "American Horror Story" Season 1. She'll be back for Season 2 as Sister Jude, the head of the insane asylum where "Asylum" takes place.
In other casting news ...
Kathryn Hahn is returning to "Parks & Recreation." Hahn will appear in at least one episode of Season 5, but alongside Ben (Adam Scott) in DC and not in Pawnee. [TV Guide]
Billie Joe Armstrong may have entered rehab, but he'll still be on "The Voice." Armstrong reportedly filmed his "Voice" appearance earlier during the summer of 2012. [Deadline.com]
Jason Gedrick is heading to "Grimm." The "Boomtown" actor will play a murderer in a Season 2 episode of the NBC series. [TVLine]