The endless mystery approach to American Horror Story Season 6 has proven … trying, to say the least, but however it pays off, future seasons won’t use the same approach. So says creator Ryan Murphy, who also claims the story connections will “explode” in Seasons 7 and 8.
If ever a horror franchise seemed tailor-made for Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights, American Horror Story would be it. So it is, that this fall will bring us a new maze attraction based on select seasons of Ryan Murphy’s FX fever dream, scary clowns and all.
American Horror Story is nowhere near finished clawing at you last nerve with Season 6's mystery approach, but they wouldn’t dream of a season without undeniable icon and Emmy nominee Sarah Paulson, right? Thankfully, FX knows at at least that much, setting Paulson’s return for American Horror Story Season 6.
American Horror Story: Spider-Eyes. American Horror Story: Spider-Face. Whatever it is, the first Season 6 poster sure isn’t about to tell us, and maybe it’s time FX and Ryan Murphy drop this precious teasing, and just clue fans in on the next season already.
You may remember a couple years ago when HBO sneakily released new ‘Game of Thrones’ footage over text message, footage that once you watched it, would disappear forever. Now FX is following that same method for ‘American Horror Story,’ just with Snapchat.
Just when you thought FX might finally unveil of American Horror Story Season 6, the curtain stops halfway. We at least know when the mysterious sixth season will premiere, while the network also sets dates for Donald Glover’s Atlanta and Pamela Adlon’s Better Things.
We’re curiously late in the year to not know which direction American Horror Story will head in its sixth season, but production will nonethless kick off to make an October premiere. To wit, American Horror Story Season 6 may start filming in June, or at least July, with comedian Leslie Jordan returning from Coven.
Tyler is getting its very own Comic Con with the arrival of Geek'd Con at the Harvey Convention Center June 4 and 5.
Typically one has to drive to Dallas or Houston or even Shreveport to take part in convention antics, but with Geek'd Con, it's as easy as driving to the north side of town for two days of cosplay contests, tabletop RPG gaming, as well as the opportunity to meet stars of some your f