The only thing worse than living in a ghost-infested Murder House is living in a famous one. Non-viewers of American Horror Story found this out the hard way, as the current owners of the real-life Season 1 property are suing their realtors for all the overzealous, trespassing fans.
As if we weren’t living one real-life American Horror Story after another, the FX Cult is taking a cue from reality. Following concerns of an upcoming mass shooting sequence airing too close to the Las Vegas massacre, Ryan Murphy confirms changes to the scene.
American Horror Story may have returned to more traditional teasing with Cult, but the FX drama has one major difference from past years. Ryan Murphy reveals that Season 7 will have no supernatural forces, while new details reveal Lena Dunham’s role and more.
Just when you thought you were over November 2016, they throw in clowns. See the horror that unfurls post-election in the first full trailer for American Horror Story Season 7, and its coulrophobic Cult.
The secretive and meta nature of American Horror Story Season 6 denied Roanoke traditional title credits, but far be it for Ryan Murphy to stiff us twice in a row. Join the Cult with Season 7’s first look at the presidential title credits in advance of our September premiere.
Busy as bees, the Cult members are coming out to play. Now that Season 7 has unveiled its theme, American Horror Story reveals a first look at several new and returning cast, including character names and – what else – more clowns.
Our first look at one American Horror Story Season 7 monster was gruesome enough, so leave it to Ryan Murphy to double-down. The FX showrunner shares yet another cryptic clue, while rumors swirl that a certain Mother monster will put in an appearance as well.
As if the American Horror Story name didn’t prove topical enough during the 2016 election, Season 7 may make the connection literal. Creator Ryan Murphy claims that next season will follow “the election that we just went through,” but how specifically might he mean?