It's hard to believe it, but there's just one installment of American Horror Story Season 9 remaining.
FX dropped the official trailer for American Horror Story Season 9 Episode 9, titled "The Final Girl," and it features the return of another fan-favorite.
Finn Wittrock, who previously appeared on American Horror Story Freak Show, Hotel, and Roanoake is staging a comeback to the franchise for one episode.
In the teaser, Montana and Trevor have fun scaring him, but it sure looks like those particular scenes could be taking place years into the future.
If that is the case, it means there's a chance he will have a connection to one of the other characters. That connection could be to Benjamin.
What if Benjamin's son survived, and returned to the place of his family's despair looking for answers? It would be an interesting hook and would make sense given that Benjamin's storyline seemingly wrapped on American Horror Story Season 9 Episode 8.
What this teaser also confirms is that Montana and Trevor love their time in the afterlife. Montana was against Trevor joining the ranks of the undead, but it appears he made the decision himself.
Meanwhile, Brooke will still be looking to get revenge on Margaret. In doing so, she finds herself in another cabin with her nemesis.
Wouldn't it be fun if Brooke went to kill Margaret and she was already a ghost? It would be quite the twist.
But Brooke probably won't make it out of this installment alive, either. Where can she possibly go after everything she's planning to do?
Then there's Donna, who looks like she'll face off with Richard Ramirez one last time.
Have a look at the full clip below and hit the comments with your thoughts on it.
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What do you think will go down?
American Horror Story concludes Wednesday at 10/9c.
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