It appears that American Horror Story Season 6 would reprise fan-favorite Tate Langdon from Murder House in Season 1.

The show’s creator ad AHS star has hinted that there is a good reason to believe a two-season affair is expected next year on FX for American Horror Story.

Ryan Murphy intends to do a fall season and a spring season. The producers have also said that the American Horror Story Season 6 would have some element of children in it.

According to reports the Season 6A and Season 6B of American Horror Story or could be said as Season 6 and Season 7 will have the story about the kids in fall while in the spring there would for the grown-up. It can be said that it would be playing out similar to Stephen Kings great novel It, as reported by Inquisitr.

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The kid’s oriented show will show an evil entity as children whereas the other part of the story would see the same characters defeating the evil as adults.

So there is the possibility that Tate Langdon would reprise in the show. GoldDerby has confirmed with Evan Peters that he would like to go back and revisit the character.

It cannot be refuted that Tate Langdon has been a fan favorite on American Horror story, as pointed out by Movie Pilot.

 “I’d want to play Tate. I want to see what’s going on with that animal. [Is] he still in that house, trapped? Or maybe even see him, you know, before everything went totally haywire, to sort of see that lighter side of him,” said Evan Peters.

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“Maybe a little bit more about what turned him into what he became. I think that would be interesting. I don’t know how [showrunners] would do that,” he added.