'American Horror Story' season 7 will be the most terrifying yet

American Horror Story Season 7 Theme is Finally Announced

American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy revealed that with the recent USA presidential election, the new series is inspired and that there could be a character based on President-elect Donald Trump. (Ghosts, witches, freaks, and... politicians?) The 2016 election seems like would be better suited to American Crime Story than American Horror Story... and yet, here we are. He didn't offer any plot details but said it should be "interesting for a lot of people".

When asked if there would be an actual Donald Trump character, Murphy replied, "Uh, maybe".

But for now, I guess we have to take his words at face value - and so we should tackle the question of what an AHS: Election season would actually look like.

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Just when you thought the 2016 election results couldn't appear in any more facets of pop culture, think again. We kind of need more answers so we can fully understand where this new season may go. Last month, FX renewed American Horror Story through Season 9, and in a statement to EW, CEO John Landgraf said, "I'm really excited about Season 7". It has already been announced that three more seasons are coming from the cult show. The show will feature the story of the infamous bad blood between Bette Davis and Joan Crawford.

Season seven of American Horror Story begins filming in June and will air on FX at some point in September or October. Was he referring to the first 100 days of the Trump presidency?

Ryan Murphy isn't keeping his theme for "American Horror Story" season 7 a secret after all... Black-ish dedicated an entire episode this season to talking about the different events that lead to Trump being elected, and while the show was praised for its no nonsense approach, showrunner Kenya Barris has moved on. We haven't dismissed the possibility that Murphy's creating a diversion from next season's true them, either.

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