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AHS Creator Ryan Murphy Hints at Next Season

Fans of American Horror Story are speculating on a teaser announced by AHS creator and executive producer Ryan Murphy.

Ryan Murphy at PaleyFest 2013 / Image: iDominick

Ryan Murphy at PaleyFest 2013 / Image: iDominick

After the Television Critics Associations’ press tour on January 5, Murphy dropped this regarding the show’s upcoming season:

I pitched it to John Landgraf today right after his TCA panel, and he loved it, but he’s asked me not to say what it is,” said Murphy. “I told him and he fell out of his chair with joy. I think people will like it, it’s different from what we’ve done before, but I always try and do the opposite of what I’ve done on that show.

Declining to specify what the theme will be, Murphy did say that it would not be in space and:

All I’ll say about it is I want to go to the future – still topical, but the future, which I’ve never done.

Murphy further dropped a hint regarding the possibility of a crossover between American Horror Story “Murder House” and “Coven”, something fans have been speculating about for some time:

It’s not next season, it will likely be the one after that .

Are you excited about an American Horror Story set in the future? What about the crossover? Let us know in the comments, and stay tuned to House of Tortured Souls for more.

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Woofenstein “Woofer” McWooferson is a writer, editor, proofreader, researcher, reviewer/critic, and werewolf active in the horror community. A werewolf from birth, Woofer had an otherwise normal childhood. Woofer grew up in a suburban home and found more friends in books, television than at school. In college, Woofer undertook an honors degree while majoring in English with a minor in criminal psychology. Woofer later earned a Master’s degree in English, focusing on the modern British novel and then pursued a degree in Metaphysics at Miskatonic University. Woofer was a contributing author for William Castle Presents: Scare It Forward: “Angel Island” (2010) and an editor for Blake Petit’s Opening Night of the Dead (2012) and Claus Holm’s Dreams and Awakenings (2014) and Tempus Investigations (2016).

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