‘American Horror Story’ Season 7 to Use Presidential Election as Allegory, Says Ryan Murphy

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"American Horror Story" Season 7 will have an election theme as creator Ryan Murphy has said that the U.S. presidential election willbe used as an allegory in the upcoming anthology series. The show will begin on the night of the presidential election when it premieres in fall.

"American Horror Story" Season 7 will be premiering this year and when it does, it will kick off with the U.S. presidential election. According to E! News, the horror anthology series will use the election as an allegory. Murphy, the creator of the series has said that Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will be portrayed in the next installment but it will not focus on them.

He said that people think that Sarah Paulson is playing Clinton but it is not true. The elections merely serve as an allegory for "American Horror Story" Season 7. He also revealed that they have not cast Clinton and Trump as yet.

According to Murphy, the election was indeed a scary one for the people and the coming season will be fun. He also confirmed the return of Paulson and Evan Peters to "American Horror Story" Season 7, Yahoo reported. Notably, both have been regulars with the FX anthology series and have garnered acclaim for their fine acting.

However, it is not yet clear if Lady Gaga would also come back. The songstress is busy with her movie "A Star is Born" with Bradley Cooper. Next, she has a world music tour lined up. Yet fans can expect fireworks as Murphy had shared earlier that "American Horror Story" Season 7 would be a crossover season between the famous Season 1 and Season 3.

It is worth mentioning here that a premiere date for "American Horror Story" Season 7 has not been announced as yet, but it will air in fall this year.

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