American Horror Story fans are already hooked on Season 6's Roanoke theme. However, many are still confused by the show's new way of story telling via a documentary style TV show titled My Roanoke Nightmare. The TV show within a TV show format is leaving viewers with many questions that they're hoping to be answered in upcoming episodes.
According to Movie News Guide, those questions will be answered soon, and fans are in store for some jaw dropping moments during American Horror Story Season 6. Roanoke will deliver a huge twist that no one will reportedly see coming. The stars of the show as well as creator Ryan Murphy are warning fans to be prepared for something crazy to happen mid-season.
Sarah Paulson, who plays the dramatized version of the character Shelby in American Horror Story's My Roanoke Nightmare, says fans are going to go completely crazy when the huge twist is revealed. Paulson recently spoke to Variety about the series' shocking twist, and teased fans about what's in store in upcoming episodes.
"I know something and I can't tell you. I have to tease you like that because you're going to go 'What?!' It's not necessarily connected, but something's happening. Something's happening that people are going to go nuts for. They're going to go nutty bobo nut town."
Fans are already trying to figure out the upcoming twist, but since Season 6 has been such a mystery it's unlikely anyone will be able to crack the code. Rumors of a second theme inside the season have been running wild. Meanwhile, others believe that former star Jessica Lange could be making a surprise return to the series. Whatever is about to happen, Sarah Paulson promises fans will go crazy.
Meanwhile, American Horror Story fans are also excited to see the connections to previous seasons. Roanoke has already been connected to Season 1's Murder House, but it is also connected to Season 4's Freak Show.
Ryan Murphy reveals that the original story of the Mott family will be told during Roanoke. As many viewers will remember, actor Finn Wittrock played Dandy Mott, a murderous psychopath, in Freak Show. Murphy says that his family roots will be shown during Season 6, which will connect the two seasons to each other.
"We explained how the Motts began which is funny," Murphy teased.
So far, American Horror Story fans have yet to see Finn Wittrock in Season 6. Viewers have been speaking out on seeing other actors such as Evan Peters, Matt Bomer, and Cheyenne Jackson as well. Could their presence during Roanoke be revealed in the huge twist that is to come in the second half of the season?
It seems safe to say that Season 6 of American Horror Story has been the most talked about to date. The secrecy surrounding the season, as well as the casting, has only driven fans' interest in the show. It appears that everyone is dying to know where Roanoke is going and what is going to happen when it finally gets there. Meanwhile, the addition of Cuba Gooding Jr. to the cast has delighted viewers who loved the actor as O.J. Simpson in Ryan Murphy's sister series, American Crime Story.
However, Murphy isn't stopping his empire there. Ryan has already confirmed his next project, a series titled Feud. Feud will dive into some of the world's biggest fights, and will start off with the feud between Hollywood acting legends Joan Crawford and Bette Davis. Jessica Lange will reunite with Murphy to play Crawford, while Susan Sarandon has signed on to portray Davis in the series.
Fans can watch Season 6 of American Horror Story: Roanoke at 9 p.m. Wednesday nights on FX.