American Horror Story Takes us to the Apocalypse
It's the end of the world in this Murder House/Coven crossover.
By Chris Morse
The title for the new season of horror anthology series American Horror Story has finally been revealed. American Horror Story: Apocalypse is a crossover between the first and third seasons of the FX series, Murder House and Coven, as previously reported.
With early rumors swirling that the new season would be "radioactive" in theme , featuring some kind of nuclear fallout, the end of the world is not too far off from the official theme and title reveal. Some kind of conventional apocalypse with a supernatural twist may still be in the cards after all.
Along with the title reveal is some creepy official artwork that brings to mind Rosemary's Baby at least a little bit while glossing over how the end of the world might arrive.
Could the child from Murder House be bringing about the apocalypse this season? It may even fall on the Coven to try to save the world from this demise, but this is all speculation at this point. Either way, with an official title finally revealed, we now have a pretty good idea what we are getting into when American Horror Story returns to FX on September 12th.
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