"American Horror Story" has now been confirmed on having quite the context once it resumes, one that could be held dear by many of today's citizens. The producer himself iterated on what this will be in a recent interview.
The creator of "American Horror Story," Ryan Murphy, has changed the tone of the movie for the past seasons. After the various contexts that the series has gone through, Murphy finally revealed that the next installment will be utilizing the recently concluded election, but that will be as far as it goes.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Murphy said that the upcoming season of "American Horror Story" will be inspired by the latest election. Murphy said he believes that the subject will be rather relatable to the viewers, given that the theme is considerably "interesting" during his talk with "Watch What Happens Live" host Andy Cohen.
Another point of intrigue is when asked about whether or not the forthcoming theme of "American Horror Story" will have the image or at least the interpretation of President-Elect Donald Trump in it, Murphy simply replied "maybe." In the past, Murphy has been known to continuously mislead his fans to think of the other possibilities that could befall the series, which many can attest on being unpredictable at times.
Two of the stars from the past "American Horror Story" seasons are confirmed on returning, namely Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters. As per Independent, the said series is not the only point of today's media that chooses to address the government's changes. The suspense flick "The Purge: Election Year" is also one that was said to address the presidential run even using a tagline from President Donald Trump's 2020 campaign.
"American Horror Story" was confirmed for two more season last January, with the remaining contents yet to be announced. What do you think of the recent announcement by producer Ryan Murphy?