'American Horror Story' Season 6 Latest Spoilers, News, & Update: Expect More Finn Wittrock's Appearance In Coming Episodes!

By Arianne Gift , Updated Oct 28, 2016 05:31 AM EDT

The originality of "American Horror Story" Season 6 is clearly undisputable; it has turned into something rather too complex to describe. It's clear now why both Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk kept mum of what the sixth outing would be about, and the marketing stunt actually worked.

"American Horror Story" Season 6 is a far cry from the word 'spineless.' Infused with scenes of forced cannibalism and butcher-knife gore, it's safe to say you never saw this one coming.

Wednesday night's wicked "American Horror Story" Season 6 episode delivered the death of some Chapter 7 characters, with Evan Peters still up hanging on the trees. However, audiences were introduced to a new character, albeit quite briefly.

Ryan Murphy previously confirmed on MTV that Finn Wittrock would be back on "American Horror Story" to play the "most f-up character of all time," as seen on Chapter 7. Regrettably, most fans practically missed him, only to realize it was his character who grabbed the camera from Monet (Angela Bassett). His name appears on the closing credits.

The first five episodes of "American Horror Story" Season 6 were introduced to audiences as a true-crime documentary series entitled "My Roanoke Nightmare." It stars Matt and Shelby as a married couple played by André Holland and Lily Rabe. It may sound like your ordinary couple-moving-in-a-haunted-house plot, but staging a documentary within a documentary is undoubtedly something that viewers will devour.

The couple is re-enacted by Cuba Gooding Jr. and Sarah Paulson who are haunted by supernatural figures played by Evan Peters, Lady Gaga, Kathy Bates, and others. The result is an "American Horror Story" Season 6 that's downright vexing and unforgettable.

THR reports that we'll see more of Wittrock on next week's episode. As to be expected, layers upon layers of suspense are in store. "American Horror Story" Season 6 launched Roanoke to induce nightmares, thanks to Murphy and Falchuk's daringness. Tune in to our Movie/TV guide  for more "American Horror Story" Season 6 updates.

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