It will be a great season for “American Horror Story” as another actor will return in season 6 – Evan Peters.

Now the next question is – will Bradley Cooper join the FX’s hit show?

The “American Horror Story” will resume its sixth season in a few months. However, details of who will return and who will join the cast are still pretty sketchy.

There have been speculations that actor Bradley Cooper will join the show after he was spotted with AHS star Lady Gaga. The two have been seen being friendly on multiple occasions. The most recent occasion was when they were photographed heading to a dinner together in Santa Monica. This incident fuels speculations that Copper will appear in AHS season 6.

It was recently reported that the two might be working on a project together. So far, no confirmation has been issued whether the actor will take a role in AHS. Movie Pilot noted that if Cooper joins the Ryan Murphy’s horror anthology, it could just be for a cameo. If Cooper accepts a role in AHS, this will not be his first time on the small screen. The “Hangover” actor starred in “Limitless” and as a hunky date for Carrie Bradshaw on “Sex and the City.”

Meanwhile, Evan Peters confirmed in a recent BBC Newsbeat  interview that he will return in AHS season 6. However, Peters noted that he still does not know what character he is going to play in the upcoming instalment of the TV franchise.

Murphy earlier teased that “American Horror Story” season 6 will involve children.

Peters recently confirmed his return to AHS  after admitting the real reason why he auditioned for the show.  In an interview with Huffington Post, Peters admitted that he auditioned for the series because he was desperate to have a work at the time.

“I hadn’t had work in a while, I was just getting these guest spots and I realised that I had to really start applying myself because before like I said, I was just a teenager and I didn’t know exactly what I wanted to do,” Peters admitted.

“My manager at the time told me that there was a Ryan Murphy show and that everything he touches turns to gold so it would be amazing if I got it,” he added.

Evan Peters’ appearance in “American Horror Story” has opened new doors for him, particular in the big screen. Director Bryan Singer noticed his performance in AHS and offered him the role of Quicksilver in “X-Men: Days of the Future Past.”

“American Horror Story” season 6 is expected to premiere in October on FX.