American Horror Story’ Season 7 Spoilers: Ryan Murphy Will Bring Back ‘Freak Show’ Characters; Showrunners ‘Still Exploring Season 4 In Season 7

The premiere of "American Horror Story" Season 7 is still several months away, and there has been no news regarding its plot. FX has released a couple of teasers that has led the show's fans to start speculating.

FX CEO John Landgraf confirmed to the media in October last year that there will, indeed, be a seventh season for the highly watched horror series. According to his statement, which can be seen on The Reporter Times, "AHS" was renewed as it uniquely "confronts our deepest fears with unmatched suspense and style.

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Since the finale of Season 6, multiple news outlets have reported that the upcoming "American Horror Story" Season 7 plot will related to a cruise ship. The very first hint regarding this possible plot line was seen at the finale of the "Roanoke" season. The camera was focused on a model ship that crashed to the floor.

Shortly after that, the show's official Twitter account released a teaser clip that showed the ocean - a scene that was reminiscent of "Dark Shadow," which is a 1960s soap opera. The social media video was captioned, "The Monsters are All Gone."

The show's co-creator, Ryan Murphy, told Entertainment Weekly last year that the upcoming season will be tied to one of the franchise's previous seasons. "We will be going back to some 'Freak Show' characters, deeper histories, and mythologies," Murphy confirmed. "We are sort of still exploring Season 4 in Season 7."

Since the "AHS" franchise started, it has always premiered in the first week of October with 12 episodes. However, its sixth season broke from that shell and premiered in mid-September with only 10 episodes. This change of pace led fans to believe that FX and Murphy have their attention divided due to another hit show "American Crime Story."

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