Aug 11, 2016 11:21 AM EDT
'American Horror Story' Season 6 Poster Drops Terrying Clues? AHS Accused of Being Fake?[VIDEO]
"American Horror Story" Season 6 will be released on Sept. 14. "AHS" fans couldn't stop talking about the possible clues, and there are some people think that FX is playing mind games to viewers. Is it possibly true?
"AHS" fans are assuming that there are clues behind the posters that have been released.Based on the earliest clues came from creator Ryan Murphy, there will be "elements of children." The first poster released show two kids behind a man.
Second clue is the "Croatian." TMZ obtained photos taken from the set, revealing a strange connection to the historical mystery of Roanoke, where 117 people were mysteriously vanished.
The teasers also giving clues. Just like the teaser 1. It shows a sunset scene, then suddenly, a very strange family appears and walking across the sunset lit.
Although there are some "AHS" think that posters and teasers have showed clues, there are publications think that FX is tricking viewers. During Television Critics Association panel on Tuesday, August 9, FX productions CEO John Landgraf told audience that Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and the other masterminds of the American Horror Story franchise want to keep the theme mystery, according to Vulture.
New actor who will join "American Horror Story" Season 6 is Sarah Paulson. During Television Critics Association, FX confirmed she will join the cast. As of now, it is not clear what would be her role in the new season. In March, Lady Gaga was confirmed to return on Season 6, according to TV Line.
Paulson, an Emmy nominee for the role as Marcia Clark in "The People v. O.J. Simpson," is the fourth "AHS" confirm to return in sixth Season. Other alums, Cheyenne Jackson, confrimed his participation in June and "Poker Face" hitmaker, Lady Gaga, confirmed her return in March that she'll be back,
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