Ryan Murphy may have created both the colourful, sing-song show Glee and the exhilarating, terrifying American Horror Story, but the latter, especially season 9, hardly reminisces the happy-go-lucky vibes portrayed on Glee.
The latest teasers reveal hints of the upcoming season: set at a summer camp, slashers appear, and seemingly unending horror unfolds. And it takes place—according to the title and by the looks of how people dress—in 1984.
In the past, American Horror Story has linked previous seasons to one another, despite following a new storyline each season. However, this year, Murphy wants to shake things up!
In all likelihood, his creative ploy will attract new fans while still pleasing diehard fans. There’s one thing fans may have to get used to, though. What is it?
Well, Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters may not appear—or will appear very little—throughout the entirety of season 9. Basically, this season will be different, but it will still encompass Murphy’s uncanny ability to create intelligent but horrific storylines!
So what’s the big deal about season 9? You can find out about how Murphy revamped the upcoming, highly anticipated season 9 of American Horror Story in our video!