“American Horror Story” Season 7 finally has its title. It was revealed by Ryan Murphy at the recently held San Diego Comic-Con on 20 July. Also, the release date of the seventh season of the horror anthology series was confirmed by network FX. Check out the details!
According to the showrunner, the title of the seventh season will be “American Horror Story: Cult.” The overall event of the series at the Comic-Con looked like a nightmare for those with coulrophobia as the proceedings included unsettling images as a backdrop. These images had a sinister look of clowns and were moving against the red, white and blue background.
‘American Horror Story’ Season 7 To Have Political Theme
According to Independent, the upcoming season will premiere on September 5, 2017, in the US on FX. The performers dressed as clowns during the Comic-Con event moved among the crowd and handed them pins that said, “Join us.”
The showrunner earlier stated that the new season will not be as coy as the sixth season indicating that it will have some shocking elements. With the hint of a political theme, fans speculated that it may feature Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump election fight.
Murphy unexpectedly revealed on “WatchWhat Happens Live with Andy Cohen” that “American Horror Story” Season 7 will be all about the US presidential elections.
Although Murphy has retracted his statement that Trump or Clinton will be the characters in the season, he did say that the first 10 minutes of the premiere episode of “American Horror Story” Season 7 will be completely based on the horror of election night, says Den of Geek. And these will include the real-life Clinton and Trump footage.
‘American Horror Story’ Season 7 New Star Cast Update
The “Girls” star Lena Dunham will feature in one of the episodes of AHS Season 7. Interestingly, Dunham was involved in the campaign for Hillary Clinton in 2016 elections. So there is a strong possibility that she will be playing a role along the line.
Other stars to join “American Horror Story” Season 7 include Billie Lourd, Billy Eichner, Leslie Grossman, and Colton Haynes.