‘American Horror Story’ Season 6 just got a whole lot more interesting.
“American Horror Story” Season 6 is revealing some serious details about the big twist in this week’s sixth episode. The show will completely switch things up with a shocking reveal, according to the show’s creator, Ryan Murphy. Ryan also dished tons of details on Evan Peters new role, Taissa Farmiga’s return, and the crazy character that Finn Wittrock will be portraying during the remainder of Roanoke.
American horror story is some spooky shiz
— Maggie (@MaggiePil) October 18, 2016
According to the Inquisitr, “American Horror Story” Season 6 is about the flip the script big time. Ryan Murphy has confirmed that many of the actors, including Sarah Paulson, Kathy Bates, and Evan Peters will be portraying entirely different characters for the remainder of the season, which could be the real life versions of the actors who were portraying the dramatized versions of the characters on “My Roanoke Nightmare.”
Evan Peters, Taissa Farmiga, and Finn Wittrock to delight fans
For fans of Evan Peters this is exciting news, because Ryan Murphy claims his new character on the show is pretty amazing.
“It’s probably my favorite thing he’s done. Evan Peters in episode six is one of the greatest, most hilarious things Evan has ever done and he loved it. He’s a very big, pivotal part of episode six, playing a completely different character than what we’ve seen him play. Evan is just the best, I love him.”
Wish I would’ve caught on to the American Horror story wave earlier. It’s pretty good.
— The Dark Lord (@Cook_It_Chef) October 18, 2016
Meanwhile, Taissa Farmiga is returning to “American Horror Story” for the first time since Season 3’s Coven, and Finn Wittrock is will playing a new character as well. Murphy says that Finn’s new character is the “most f—ed up character of all time,” which has left fans intrigued and excited for the second half of the season.
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