Something pretty unexpected, strange and may happen in “American Horror Story” Season 6. Ryan Murphy himself said so.
During a PaleyFest panel in March, Ryan Murphy had mistakenly teased that AHS Season 6 will be “devilish” although he did not elaborate why.
Instead, Murphy only divulged that there would be two themes in the upcoming season which include “elements of children.”
“The interesting thing about this season is we’ve been working on two ideas at once, which we’ve never done,” Murphy said, according to Entertainment Weekly. Lady Gaga, who plays the Countess, is set to return to “American Horror Story” Season 6.
So whether her three vampire kids will make a comeback remains to be seen.
Meanwhile, the logo of “American Horror Story” Season 6, featuring the number six, and a question mark was released in June.
The logo was in red, sharply in contrast to black background. Meanwhile, the executive producer Murphy, during the PaleyFest panel Murphy also said that all the actors present in the panel including Sarah Paulson, Kathy Bates, Denis O’Hare, Angela Bassett, Matt Bomer, Wes Bentley, Cheyenne Jackson and Finn Wittrock, would make a comeback in the upcoming season.
The AHS Season 1 ended with a murder. The last scene vividly showed how Michael (Antichrist) killed his nanny in cold blood. “Now what am I gonna do with you,” resounds the kid’s grandmom. Constance (Jessica Lange) stands over the pool of blood in the season finale.
Michael with his creeping smile may return in the upcoming season to freak everyone out, Huffington Post reports. He was born out of the union of a human and a spirit, was Satan incarnate, and had hooves, instead of feet.
Fans of FX’s popular horror anthology series will have to wait till September to find out what exactly happens.
The AHS Season 6 will premiere on Sept. 14, a month earlier than its scheduled premiere date. Interestingly, Ryan Murphy has reportedly deleted all his previous tweets back in April, Vanity Fair reports. His Twitter account does not feature a single tweet!
— Entertainment Weekly (@EW) July 5, 2016