American Horror Story is tackling the 2016 presidential election through the eyes of a cult, but it will also feature an epic love story between the anthology's starring two players. Murphy also revealed that the 11-episode season will be set in MI, a key state in the election results.
In a Twitter Q+A, the show's creator revealed that fan-favorite Evan Peters will be playing a character named Kai, while Sarah Paulson (another AHS veteran) will be portraying someone named Ally. Peters and Paulson are two of the actors who have appeared in every single season of "American Horror Story" thus far.
AHS: Cult, the seventh season in Murphy's eerie series, will be set in MI and connect to the 2016 presidential election - with the assistance of creepy clowns who want to "set you free" and "make you strong".
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Murphy also revealed via Twitter that the show will take place in MI over 11 episodes during the Presidential Election.
AHS: Cult will also star Billie Lourd, Billy Eichner, Cheyenne Jackson, Alison Pill and Colton Haynes, and Lena Dunham will make a cameo in one episode. The sixth installment, American Horror Story: Roanoke, recently received four Emmy Award nominations in the hairstyling, makeup and sound editing categories.
Obviously, Murphy and company are notorious for revealing several teasers before the season begins so expect a few more of these creepy videos to be unleashed before the show finally debuts. Fans should get ready for "American Horror Story: Cult".