American Horror Story Season 6 debuted last week with a new spin on storytelling and a brand new theme of a documentary style show titled My Roanoke Nightmare. However, is that really the theme this season? Fans are still so confused about what to expect in the upcoming episodes.
According to Healthaim, American Horror Story Season 6 is the most mysterious season yet. Viewers don't know what to believe or have any clue about what will happen. In fact, a new rumor has recently started circulating that the season will actually include two themes.
The theory of two themes seems to have been started by the network itself, as currently the show is being promoted as both American Horror Story: Roanoke and American Horror Story: My Roanoke Nightmare. Speculation is running wild that this means Season 6 could include two very different stories, linked by the setting of Roanoke. If this is correct, it may mean that the lead actors Sarah Paulson and Cuba Gooding Jr. aren't the only focus of the season.
Reports claim that there are actually two different teams of writers working on multiple plots for Season 6. Each team creating their own story, which will be interwoven with the other. So, if American Horror Story fans thought they were confused after the first episode, there is sure to be a ton of confusion and questions if the two theme theory actually plays out.
Meanwhile, the stars aren't doing fans any favors by helping clear up any of the confusion. Recently, Cuba Gooding Jr. revealed his excitement to be apart of the American Horror Story cast and compared Season 6 to The Twilight Zone, leaving fans wondering what exactly lies ahead.
As previously reported by The Inquisitr, since American Horror Story has chosen to do a documentary style theme for Season 6, viewers already know that the main characters of Matt and Shelby make it out of their Roanoke Nightmare alive, or do they? Rumors are swirling that Matt and Shelby may not be who they claim to be, or that after the documentary cameras start rolling, that is when their real nightmare will begin.
Meanwhile, only a few things have actually been confirmed about Season 6. Fans know now that Roanoke is the setting and that Sarah Paulson and Cuba Gooding Jr. seem to be the headliners. However, the season was also said to include children, and after the first episode viewers have yet to see any kids. This could come later as the story develops and fans get to see the ghosts of the Roanoke colonists.
Of course, American Horror Story fans have already figured out that Season 6's My Roanoke Nightmare is linked to Season 1's Murder House. During Season 1 a Roanoke spell is mentioned, which fans will likely see play out during the upcoming episodes. However, could Season 6 also be linked to the show's most beloved season, Asylum? Promos featuring aliens and robotic spiders have fans wondering if somehow it will all tie together in Roanoke.
While there are still so many questions to be answered about American Horror Story Season 6: My Roanoke Nightmare, fans responded well to the season premiere, and can't wait to see what what the second episode will bring. Perhaps some of the biggest mysteries will begin to be solved as the story digs deeper and deeper into what may have happened to the Roanoke colonists who seemingly vanished from their home in the 1500's.
Meanwhile, the network is still being secretive when it comes to the show this season, and people are wondering what surprises AHS could have in store for viewers. Perhaps a cameo by former star Jessica Lange?
What are your thoughts on latest American Horror Story Season 6 spoilers? Are you enjoying the Roanoke theme?