Sarah Paulson & Evan Peters' American Horror Story: Cult Roles Revealed

Calvin Saunders
July 26, 2017

Murphy had previously teased that Twisty the Clown - a character from "American Horror Story: Freak Show" - would be re-appearing during "American Horror Story: Cult" so it would seem the clown theme will play out this season.

Last week, the show's creator, Ryan Murphy, revealed the season's title Cult, and now, he's up to his old tricks. of giving away JUST enough detail that we're hanging on the edge of our seats for more.

The new season will be called "American Horror Story: Cult". According to John Landgraf, FX president, Murphy has done it again with another fresh and innovative manner to make his reveal.

We will also be seeing some new arrivals to add to the mix. In response to a fan question about Peters' role in the season, which premieres September 5, Murphy said plainly, "More Evan you will get". Murphy also revealed that Paulson will be playing a character named Ally, who will be involved in a "love story' with Kai".

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When it comes to American Horror Story, half the mystery occurs before the first episode even airs.

The showrunner has now revealed a character image that features both Peters' Kai and Sarah Paulson's Ally and declares that theirs is "a love story for the ages". AHS: Cult will be set in MI, which might tie into the election theme, considering that MI was a key battleground state. While the co-stars have stepped into many roles over the course of the franchise - Paulson has played seven, with two of characters making cameos on subsequent seasons, and Peters, six - the two had never been linked up romantically until Roanoke.

So far we know that AHS alums Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Cheyenne Jackson, Adina Porter, Frances Conroy and Mare Winningham will be returning with newcomers Leslie Grossman, Billy Eichner, Billie Lourd, Colton Haynes, Alison Pill and Lena Dunham.

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