Writer John Gray, actor Sarah Paulson and actor Ryan Murphy attends the FOX Broadcasting Company, FX, National Geographic And Twentieth Century Fox Television's 68th Primetime Emmy Awards after Party at Vibiana on September 18, 2016 in Los Angeles, Califo (Photo : Getty Images/Emma McIntyre)
Now that "American Horror Story" is officially back, the time has come to get all excited for the shocking twist and turns they have in store for the sixth season. Recently, series co-creator Ryan Murphy revealed that the shows' sixth episode is going to be somewhat of a corker.
"American Horror Story" showrunner, Sarah Paulson, Jessica Lange and newcomer Cuba Gooding Jr. are on the latest cover of Entertainment weekly. In an accompanying interview, Murphy detailed how "American Horror Story: Roanoke" ties back to the series' fourth season, "Freak Show."
Murphy stated that the sixth season of the FX horror anthology television series will dive deeper into some of the backstory behind "American Horror Story: Freak Show," particularly as pertains to the Mott family. He added that they will explain how the Motts started and that they will not be the only familiar characters revisited in "American Horror Story: Roanoke."
Murphy then warned all the viewers that a major twist will shake the show when Chapter 6 hit the airwaves on Oct. 19. The said episode is directed by Angela Bassett based on a script penned by Ned Martel.
"You'll see starting in episode 6, the show has a huge turn," Murphy revealed. "The thing that you think you're watching is not what you're watching."
Co-creator Brad Falchuk added that the sixth season can be separated into episodes one through five, six through nine and then 10. He stressed, "No matter what you think it is, it's not that. Episode 6 comes and you're like, 'Wait! What happened?'"
It can be recalled that details about the season's plot and cast were kept secret until the first episode. What is known is that it will be rougher and darker, in contrast to its previous seasons.
The premiere episode, which aired on Sept. 14, revealed that the season will be exhibited as a paranormal documentary series entitled "My Roanoke Nightmare," Indie Wire has learned. It reenacts the encounters of a married couple, Shelby (Sarah Paulson) and Matt Miller (Cuba Gooding Jr.), who migrate to Roanoke Island, North Carolina, following a brutal assault.
Nonetheless, Murphy also revealed plans for a secret season of "American Horror Story." Although it may be a while before everyone can see the secret season's outcome, Murphy stressed he already has a different plan for "American Horror Story" Season 7, should FX renew the series.
Check out "American Horror Story: Roanoke" below: