Original American Horror Story star Connie Britton revealed on Tuesday that she wants to come back to the horror anthology series.
Britton attended a Television Academy event panel called The Women of American Horror Story on Tuesday with other AHS actresses like Sarah Paulson, Kathy Bates and Lily Rabe. The actress, who only starred in Murder House, admitted she would like to return to the show.
"Of course I would," Britton said, when asked if she would like to return. "I would love to come back, but scheduling is tricky."
She is of course referring to her own TV show, ABC's Nashville, which she has been starring in since 2012. Depending on if the show is picked up for a fourth season, it's possible that Britton could return.
Britton also recalled what drew her to the role of Vivien Harmon in Murder House to begin with.
"The thing that [co-creator Ryan Murphy] said to me was, 'You can take my word for it that you will not be doing anything that you've been doing for the last five years on this show'. And that appealed to me a lot," she explained.
The actress had just ended work on Friday Night Lights, which earned her two Emmy nominations. She also received an Emmy nomination for American Horror Story.
As for the other actresses on the panel, they were all tight-lipped about if they would return for Hotel, the show's upcoming fifth season.
American Horror Story: Hotel is slated to air in October on FX, though the network has not yet announced a specific premiere date.