'American Horror Story' Season 7 Spoilers, News & Update: Story To Include The US Presidential Elections; Renewed For Eight & Ninth Seasons

By Carrie Winters - 17 Feb '17 05:30AM

"American Horror Story" Season 7 is hinted to be about the US Presidential Elections. The show's creator and producer, Ryan Murphy hints of what is in store for fans in the upcoming season of the series.

According to a report, Ryan Murphy hinted in an interview at the "Watch What Happens Live" that American Horror Story Season 7 series this upcoming season may be interesting to most fans. The interview also mentioned if Trump will be part of the storyline, Murphy did not give out any direct information and just mentioned that maybe there will be. Murphy, however, did not mention any further details about "American Horror Story" Season 7 except for it to be about the recent elections.

It can be recalled that the sixth season of "American Horror Story" focused on the house in Roanoke. As the season was fast approaching there were less details on the specific storyline about the theme. Instead, there were teasers of different symbols that eventually led to the house on where the setting of the series was to take place.

American Horror Story has also been renewed for an eighth and ninth season. It can be expected that right after the theme for the seventh season a different story will be told on the next two seasons. Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters will be part of the seventh season.

Meanwhile, Murphy also added that "American Horror Story" Season 7 will be a scary, fun and topical. He noted that the people who voted for President Donald Trump are going to enjoy the upcoming season. He also shared that it will be a modern story as the story moves along.

"American Horror Story" Season 7 will soon be aired. However, at this moment, there is no specific date of airing yet.

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