Evan Peters wants more guys to join FX's American Horror Story.
Peters, who is about to jump into his fifth season with American Horror Story, spoke with MTV News recently about the infusion of male stars joining the series in season 5.
When MTV News asked him if the influx of stars like Matt Bomer, Wes Bentley and Cheyenne Jackson joining American Horror Story: Hotel was threatening his status as the show's go-to male star, Peters admitted that the opposite was the case.
"I want more and more people to be on the show - more guys," he said, laughing. "Let's get some more bros on here and bro it up a little bit. I'm excited to work with all those guys, I think it's going to be awesome. They're great actors, too."
The actor admitted that he doesn't even feel like a leading man to begin with.
"So no, I don't feel threatened because I never really felt like the leading man anyway, or the ladies' man for that matter," Peters said. "I just don't feel that. It doesn't register with me. So no, I don't feel threatened by that in any way. I'm just excited to have them on the show. It's going to be awesome."
The show has been very female friendly ever since Coven, though Freak Show evened up the genders a bit.
Other actors set to star in American Horror Story: Hotel include Sarah Paulson, Kathy Bates, Angela Bassett, Finn Wittrock, Denis O'Hare, Chloë Sevigny, Max Greenfield and the one and only Lady Gaga. Filming begins this month in Los Angeles.
American Horror Story: Hotel premieres in October on FX, though the network has not yet announced a specific premiere date.