American Horror Story season 6: Ryan Murphy has his ideas
Though American Horror Story has only just begun airing arguably one of its most compelling seasons in years, creator Ryan Murphy already knows what he wants to do next.
In fact, he has two ideas, as he revealed Saturday at EW Fest during the Ryan Murphy & Friends panel. Good thing, considering that he has been tossing around the idea of airing two seasons of AHS in 2016.
Unfortunately for star Evan Peters, however, Murphy probably won’t be considering American Horror Story: Space any time soon. In a recent conversation with Vulture, the actor said that he “keep[s] pitching” the idea to Murphy to no avail: It’s American Horror Story, said Murphy at EW Fest, not “Intergalactic Horror Story,” though he did concede that, technically, the series could take place on an American space station or spaceship.
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He also has two ideas for the next season of American Crime Story, even though The People v. O.J. Simpson has yet to air. As Murphy noted, that series in particular requires a little extra pre-production lead time given the need to acquire intellectual property rights.
As for the next season of Scream Queens … well, that idea has already been approved. Like seasons of American Horror Story past, we can only imagine that clues might soon be popping up in Scream Queens, so keep a close eye on the Kappa Kappa Taus and get guessing.
An anthology series that centers on different characters and locations, including a haunted house, an insane asylum, a witch coven, a freak show, and a hotel.