'American Horror Story' Season 6 Episode 6 Latest Spoilers, News & Update: A Huge Turn Is Happening! Will Cheyenne Jackson Visit Mansion?

By Jeanne Anne , Updated Oct 14, 2016 08:09 AM EDT

Shelby (Sarah Paulson), Matthew (Cuba Gooding Jr.), Flora (Saniyya Sidney) and Lee (Angela Bassett) finally left the hunted house and escaped their deaths. From here, the real story of "American Horror Story" Season 6 Episode 6 will begin.

Although there will be no official synopsis release for "American Horror Story" Season 6 Episode 6, the new trailer reveals the real twist. The 36-seconder quick clip gives a glimpse of Cheyenne Jackson in a role which everyone believed to be "My Roanoke Nightmare" producer. "We rolling?" he asked. "The camera never stops, no matter what anybody says. Even if I tell you to stop, you keep rolling. Got it?"

Still keeping its mystery, "American Horror Story" Season 6 Episode 6's teaser still didn't give out what fans to expect next week. However, TVLine reported that he might be visiting the wicked abode after hearing Shelby's family story. He might be looking for some footage, evidence or look for the witches in the woods.

To recall, co-creator Ryan Murphy told Entertainment Weekly that "American Horror Story" Season 6 Episode 6 will have a "huge turn" and viewers will question if they still know what they are watching. It will carry an ultimate twist that people behind the show have ever kept for the first time. Another co-creator Brad Falchuck added that fans might have a hard time to get what really the story is about. In fact, they will be surprised to what they are about to see.

Ryan Murphy even described "American Horror Story" Season 6 Episode 6 as "a hat on a hat on a hat on a hat" that they have to protect. He revealed that starting on this chapter, the current season will be separated to half. But, Brad Falchuk believed that Episode 1 to 5, 6 to 9 and 10 can stand on its own. "American Horror Story" Season 6 Episode 6 will air on Oct. 19 on FX.

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