American Horror Story Season 7 is still a little less than a year away but fans are already guessing what the upcoming season theme will be.
AHS has been known for keeping its fans speculating on what the next season plotline will be. In fact, the series showrunners and FX had released several teasers for Season 6 to keep fans from guessing.
This time around, the show offered a teaser for American Horror Story Season 7. It hinted the long-rumored “cruise ship” plotline that fans have been talking about for years.
Clues of American Horror Story Season 7 plotline
Clue #1 – The first hint was offered at the finale of Roanoke. A model ship was seen crashing to the floor towards the end of the season and the camera lingers on it.
Clue # 2- The second hint was shared on Twitter and Instagram after the American Horror Story: Roanoke finale was aired. The clip showed the sea, but it also has a resemblance to the opening credits of the 1960s soap opera, titled Dark Shadow. It also has some influence in the second season of AHS and features the stick figures from the previous installment, Den of Geek notes. The video has a caption, “The Monsters are All Gone.”
Clue # 3 – The third clue was from creator Ryan Murphy himself. Murphy previously teased that American Horror Story Season 7 will return characters who survived in Season 4. “Next year, we will be going back to some Freak Show characters, deeper histories, and mythologies. So we’re sort of still exploring season 4 in season 7,” Murphy told Entertainment Weekly.
Murphy had said on several occasions that all seasons of American Horror Story are connected. Would this mean Freak Show stars will return in American Horror Story Season 7? Among the cast members of Season 4 who also appeared in Season 6 are Kathy Bates, Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Angela Bassett, and Denis O’Hare.
FX has yet to announce the premiere date for American Horror Story Season 7. Traditionally, AHS airs new season during the first week of October except for Season 6, which premiered in mid-September.