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Murphy previously revealed the seventh season's highly anticipated title on Twitter and at San Diego Comic-Con on Thursday, July 20.
American Horror Story is tackling the 2016 presidential election through the eyes of a cult, but it will also feature an epic love story between the anthology's starring two players. Specifically, he's giving fans a peek at the character played by AHS veterans Evan Peters and Sarah Pauslon.
And in the midst of all this excitement about the newly revealed theme, we're also getting details about the two stars of the upcoming season. In response to a fan question about Peters' role in the season, which premieres September 5, Murphy said plainly, "More Evan you will get". On Sunday night, Murphy made another surprising casting reveal fans really didn't see coming: he himself will be acting in the new season.
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Murphy took to Instagram, as he often does, to share a drawing of the characters.
Murphy captioned the artwork, "Ally and Kai in CULT...a love story for the ages", in turn showing Peters as Kai with his blue hair we have been getting glimpses of in the leaked photos of Peters on set. AHS: Cult will be set in MI, which might tie into the election theme, considering that MI was a key battleground state.
The confirmed cast includes Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Lena Dunham, Billie Lourd, Billy Eichner, Leslie Grossman, and Colton Haynes. "American Horror Story pushes the buttons", said Peters of tackling the current social climate. This will be the second time Peters and Paulson play lovers on the series, following their roles as married actors Rory and Audrey in AHS: Roanoke last season.