American Horror Story Season 6 has turned out to be one of the show 's most exciting seasons in years, largely because creator / showrunner Ryan Murphy decided to make the season in a bubble. He and everyone involved kept the season's theme a secret until the first episode aired, which revealed Season 6 as American Horror Story: Roanoke , addressing the Lost Colony. de Roanoke as the Deadly Ghosts (led by Kathy Bates ) attempt to scare a couple from their lands. However, like most of the things Ryan Murphy is involved in, it wasn't that simple. Roanoke asked Sarah Paulson and Cuba Gooding Jr. to star in "dramatic reenactments" as head-to-head interviews recounted the events that took place. occurred.
But that's not all Season 6 has in store. By the end of the fifth episode of the series, it all seemingly ended in an orderly fashion. Why? Because Murphy teased this in Episode 6, a "big twist" occurs that dramatically changes the season, and ahead of Wednesday's big episode, Murphy teases some tantalizing details about said twist.
If you don't want to know anything about the turn of the saison 6, here is your spoiler warning .