After weeks of misdirects from Ryan Murphy, we now know the official title of the next chapter in the American Horror Story franchise.
Considering the co-creator was throwing clues around that found a swarm of bees all over an unfortunate individual, and even a picture of an elephant, it seems like they were not clues.
The FX series is generally shrouded in secrecy until the reveals occur, with American Horror Story Season 6 revealing its title during the premiere.
FX has also announced the premiere date, and it's sooner than most of us thought.
It will premiere Tuesday, September 5 and will run for eleven episodes that will inevitably be littered with horror.
The cast was previously revealed to include series veterans Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters and newcomers Billie Eichner (Difficult People), Billie Lourde (Scream Queens), Leslie Grossman (Popular), and Colton Haynes (Teen Wolf).
However, Murphy took to Twitter shortly after the big announcement and confirmed Frances Conroy and Mare Winningham would be staging returns at some point during the season and even stressed that they would not be the only other characters from the franchise to show up.
Lady Gaga recently confirmed she will not appear in the upcoming season but is open to working with Murphy on another project down the line.
It is thought her rigorous tour schedule was to blame for her not appearing. It's unsurprising that she's taking a break from the franchise.
American Horror Story is a series that thrives with the element of surprise.
Fans love to learn things as they watch the show, and something tells us American Horror Story: Cult will be the show's most surprising season yet.
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