American Horror Story season 6 just premiered last week. Recently show star Cuba Gooding Jr. dropped quite a bombshell, confirming that the next episodes of this anthology series will feature a different story.
To date, we have seen American Horror Story centers on different characters and locations, including a house with a murderous past, an insane asylum, a witch coven, a freak show, an enigmatic hotel and a sinister farmhouse in Roanoke, North Carolina. So the flow of the story becomes inevitable. However, American Horror Story season 6 is going to be an exception.
While interviewed about his experience on the show, the Academy Award–winning American actor Cuba Gooding Jr. teased the fans with some interesting tidbits about the show. We would like to remind our readers, Gooding Jr. has been added to the cast by Ryan Murphy- the mastermind behind American Horror Story season 6. He (Gooding Jr.) will be seen playing the male lead in the show. At FX and Vanity Fair’s Primetime Emmy Nominee Party on Saturday, The 48-year-old spilled beans about the plot of the approaching episodes.
“This season, remember I said that. When you see this season, you’ll realize how to interpret that Twilight Zone idea to an entirely another level. When your head goes ‘boom’ and you’ve got brains all over the wall, you’re going to be like, ‘Motherf—ing Cuba Gooding Jr.‘ I wish I could tell you when it happens, but I can’t.”
Although Gooding Jr. did not reveal much about what’s to come in American Horror Story season 6 , his hints were enough to generate excitement among the fans. His statement could mean the upcoming chapters are divided multiple stories. So, it won’t be wrong to speculate that the Gooding Jr. and Sarah Paulson story titled as My Roanoke Nightmare, is only one episode in the layered tale Murphy wishes to tell, reports Vanity Fair.
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While FX’s drama took pains to establish its own unique characters in season 1, as time has marched forward, it’s found few new places to go. Each iteration stars different characters with seemingly different inspirations, but the base idea was spine-chilling. In fact, each story ends with the similar climactic battle. However, if the claims are to be believed, this season, it’s a completely new way to enjoy the same thing we already like.
To learn what’s in store there, catch new episodes of American Horror Story season 6 on FX Wednesday nights at 10 p.m. ET.