With the title reveal for the upcoming seventh season of American Horror Story due to land on Thursday, Ryan Murphy has been dropping a number of cryptic hints via his social media channels.
We already know that one familiar character will be returning in the shape of Twisty the Clown, played by the superb John Carroll Lynch and that the season will focus on the time around the recent Presidential Election. Other than that there is very little known about what we can expect when the show returns in the Fall.
Via his instagram account, Murphy has teased a number of clues and as with previous seasons, the images are disturbing and creepy.
All the images are just what we have come to expect from American Horror Story but one can’t help but wonder what bees, American flags and a creepy photo of holes have in common.
If Murphy’s tweets are to be believed, this season will see the return of the now iconic main title sequence which was missing from American Horror Story: Roanoke last year.
Wait a minute…you want the main title sequence to return this year?!
— Ryan Murphy (@MrRPMurphy) July 11, 2017
This season of the Emmy award winning anthology drama is shaping up to incredibly interesting and we can’t wait for more details and let’s be honest, even once we know what the title of the season is we will still be left with more questions than answers.
American Horror Story will return to FX in the Fall.
Check back later in the week for the news of the big title reveal.
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