Speculation on American Horror Story Season 6, which Premieres Soon!

Speculation on American Horror Story Season 6, which Premieres Soon!

FX’s hit anthology horror series, “American Horror Story”, will be returning for another riveting sixth season in about a few weeks. Season 6 debuts on September 14, 2016 and as enjoyable as last season of the show was, (not to downplay the others), this one is anticipated  very eagerly.

Many of the actors have already revealed their return to the show. Lady Gaga is reported as returning for this season as well as Sarah Paulson, who has not missed even one season; Paulson has also been nominated for an Emmy award for her role as Marcia Clark in “The People vs. OJ Simpson: American Crime Story”, in which she acts alongside Friends actor David Schwimmer.

Paulson has acted as Billie Dean in season one, “Murder House”, Lana Winters  in season 2, “Asylum”, season 3 as witch Coredlia in “Coven”, season four as Bette and Dot Middler in “Freak Show”, and season five as Sally in “Hotel.”

Also returning is reportedly Cheyenne Jackson, who, according to Michael Ausiello at TVLine.com, confirmed this in June. Also according to Ausiello, Angela Bassett confirmed her return in a Larry King interview back in February.

Though four terrifying teasers have so far, it is up to fans to piece them together and find out what they mean. Every season so far has had a clear-cut theme to it, and this time should be no different.

As exciting and suspenseful as the uncertainty and obscurity is, it would be even more enthralling to see what the theme will be. Some discussion has surfaced regarding the theme, which is under increasing speculation and can be visible through the promos fans can see. What can you take as the theme from viewing the teasers?

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