American Horror Story: Asylum premieres tonight on FX. Season one of American Horror Story was a huge hit. There is a lot of anticipation for season two, which features some of the same cast, but entirely different characters and a new setting. This season, hit cable shows have been not only growing over their prior seasons, but beating broadcast television. Another FX show, Sons of Anarchy has won its time period outright multiple times. The Walking Dead premiere steamrolled not only Sunday night network TV, but all of the fall's scripted broadcast television. Is there a chance that AHS: Asylum could also beat the Big 3 at 10PM? The season one finale scored a 1.7 in Adults 18-49, within spitting distance of the 1.9 Chicago Fire premiered to last week. Nashville which stars AHS season one lead actress Connie Britton, premiered to a decent 2.8 (the same rating as the SOA season premiere), but, given that it will have a weaker lead-in this week, there's a good chance that it will fall. Stalwart CSI earned a 2.6 last week. So will the AHS: Asylum premiere beat broadcast television? Make your predictions.