"American Horror Story: Asylum" premieres Wednesday, and fans of the delirious, sexy and flat-out frightening series aren't the only ones rejoicing.
The show's star, Jessica Lange, is happy to climb into the habit of Sister Jude -- the repressed, iron-fisted honcho at fictional mental hospital Briarcliff Manor.
Though Lange nabbed a Golden Globe, an Emmy and a Screen Actors Guild Award for her portrayal of season one's Constance Langdon, "Asylum" is a complete reboot. It's set mostly in 1964, and the ensemble has been cast in brand new roles.
Though the campy Constance was a hit for the actress, she says she's ready for a new challenge.
"I feel like I did it," Lange told the Ministry at Saturday's Hollywood premiere for "Asylum."
"There are some characters in my long career that I still think about from time to time, and Constance was a wonderful experience, but I did it."