"American Horror Story" fans are already talking about next season rumors, spoilers and characters. But as they speculate, did the FX show tease the future and a circus theme?
After the third season finale on Wednesday night, followers are anticipating where the action will happen when the show returns later this year.
Several circus-themed "AHS" ads had hit the Twitterverse, igniting a frenzy among fans. But did the series creator, Ryan Murphy spill the beans on whether next season's speculation is true or false yet?
"I saw these posters," said Murphy to Entertainment Tonight. "I don't know where people came up with this idea. Sometimes I think its people wanting us to do topics and doing fan posters. No one has completely guessed what it is."
Fans can't wait for Murphy to let the cat on the bag on the storyline for season 4. But the series creator is only giving up some details about the highly anticipated season of the series, which changes its setting and theme each year. In fact, Murphy can't tell much because the writers haven't began their process yet.
"[Season 4] is a combination of things," explained Murphy. "It's a combination of two time periods, with the main one being the 1950s. I don't know. We haven't started writing yet, so I don't really know the tone. I like that we have a lot of comedy in this year, and I like the comic characters, so I think that will remain."
And though Murphy doesn't have all the deets about the forthcoming season, he is pretty confident about season 5.
"I do [know what season 5 is] because it's a radically different idea from the stuff we've been doing and it will take a lot of playing," admitted Murphy.
Any predictions on the next two seasons of "American Horror Story?" Sound off below!
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