Ryan Murphy isn’t keeping his theme for ‘American Horror Story’ season 7 a secret after all…
Following a season shrouded in mystery, ‘American Horror Story’ will return this fall and creator Ryan Murphy has already let the cat out of the bag on the theme.
While Murphy doesn’t have a title yet for the new version of ‘American Horror Story’, he did reveal that the show will be based around the 2016 Election that just took place in the United States.
“Well I don’t have a title but the season that we start shooting in June is going to be about the Election that we just went through,” Murphy said. “So I think that will be interesting for a lot of people.”
Murphy had previously stated that the new season of ‘American Horror Story’ would be set in the present day but didn’t give out any other details outside of revealing that both Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters would be back for season 7.
It’s an interesting twist on the long running anthology series on FX after Murphy unveiled his show within a show last year for ‘American Horror Story: Roanoke’.
Murphy didn’t go into detail on what aspect of the Election the new season of the show would cover but when asked if there would be a Donald Trump character he could only say ‘maybe’.
The new season of ‘American Horror Story’ starts shooting in June with a fall debut date expected on FX.