‘American Horror Story’ Season 6: Ryan Murphy Teases Fans About ‘AHS’ Seasons Connection
If there has been any show that could keep the fans guessing in a very clear nail-biting way, it could be none other than the FX’s “American Horror Story.” Ryan Murphy and his team have kept it up for the upcoming Season Six as well, with the new trailer that possibly teases the fans about how all the previous seasons are going to be connected.
The 30-second promo titled “Anthology,” whisks every fan through the twisted timeline of “American Horror story,” starting with “Murder House,” to “Asylum,” till “Hotel.” The video ends with clips from previous teasers of Season 6, and the final clip being a mysterious shot of the woods, where the fans could see “AHS” written in bones.
It’s not just this, the network has released another promo named “The Harvest,” that features a group of straw men marching away from a girl holding a scythe. This new trailer might possibly hint at the “American Horror Story” Season Six’s theme, or could simply be an intentional mislead, as FX CEO John Landgraf earlier noted that most of the teasers made to just build the suspense, with only one accurate.
“We just thought it would be really fun to keep it a mystery this year. And we are,” Landgraf told Variety at TCA. “They went out and made many more trailers than you’ve actually seen for hypothetical seasons of ‘American Horror Story.’ One of them is accurate.”
The much anticipated “American Horror Story” Season Six is all set to premiere on September 14. While there are lots of rumors about the upcoming season, nothing is official from Murphy or the FX’s team as of now.