Oct 17, 2016 03:10 PM EDT
'American Horror Story' Season 7 Release Date, 'AHS' Season 6 Episode 5 Recap, Spoilers: Did Millers Survive?
SPOILER ALERT: "American Horror Story" Season 6 episode 5 revealed that Millers were able to survive the horrors of Tomasyn and her men. The latest episode also revealed the backstory of the Roanoke House.
If you are watching the "AHS" because of Evan Peters, well, you better watch the episode 5. The "X-Mem: Apocalypse" actor finally appeared on the series, and portrayed the role of Edward Philippe Mott, the previous owner of the house.
Evan character was subsequent owner of the property. He used the house as a storage for his art collection, and this where he performed clandestine homosexual affairs with one of his staff. Just like the other subsequent owners of the house, he was killed by The Butcher (Kathy Bates) and her mob.
Mott played a big role to help Millers escape from Tomasyn's mob as his spirit guide the Millers to safety. Although he helped them escape, the Millers were kidnapped by the Polk family in the woods, and they were brought again to Tomasyn.
When Tomasyn is about to sacrifice the family, Lee Harris (Angela Bassett) rescued them, and run away from the property. Although Shelby (Sarah Paulson) and her husband Matt (Cuba Gooding) along Lee and Flora, were in a safe place, Shelby still has nightmares.
Although "American Horror Story" Season 6 is not yet finish, FX is looking forward to Season 7. The network announced on Oct. 4 that "AHS" is renewed for Season 7, and it will air in 2017, Slash Film reported.
As of writing this article, the network has not yet given the exact premiere date of "AHS" Season 7. However, "AHS" creator, Ryan Murphy previously revealed that he had begun mapping out Season 7.
To follow the story of "American Horror Story: Roanoke," it airs every Wednesday at 10 PM on FX. To watch the recap via livestream, click this link!
Meanwhile, the "American Horror Story" Season 6, Ep. 6 teaser has been released. It seems it introduced a new story and characters.
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