'American Horror Story' Season 7 Air Date, Spoilers, News & Update: New Scary Clip Hints at a Sea-Themed Installment? More Plot Details

By Christian Ver Marcelo , Updated Nov 25, 2016 09:52 AM EST
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With "American Horror Story" Season 6 just concluded with a very explosive ending, fans have been anticipating the next season to be a lot more unforgiving. With Ryan Murphy at its helm, the show looks to be off to a good start. Is "American Horror Story" Season 7 happening?

After the conclusion of "American Horror Story" Season 6, there have been a lot of clues indicating that the seventh season will once again incorporate the sea. There was a clip posted on Twitter stating the monsters are all gone. Is this a hint about "American Horror Story" Season 7?

The rumored "American Horror Story" Season 7 clip lasts for seven seconds, and has the words Sweet Dreams superimposed over a video of waves. There was an audible sound of the waves, which was then followed by the shrill scream of a woman. The calm scene then gets viciously interrupted and turned to a dark area with voodoo dolls.

The short clip led many to believe that "American Horror Story" Season 7 may have an abandoned and horror cruise ship as its theme. This speculation aligns well with the timeline, considering that Season 4's Freak Show theme was set in the 1950s. There was a particular scene there set during the World War 2.

There was also a noticeable model ship that fell from the shelf when the Chen ghost hit the Spirit Chasers in a previous episode of "American Horror Story." The Spirit Chasers were trying to survive the night, battling the spell that covers the blood moon. So, is "American Horror Story" Season 7 coming?

The exact theme and title of "American Horror Story" Season 7 is now reported to be thought over. It may also feature some revelations for the past, as well as serve as a sequel to Roanoke, the show's Season 6 theme. Ryan Murphy is said to also bring back characters from previous seasons, to further integrate deep theories, histories, and mythologies.

Murphy had earlier promised the show's fans that the stories within "American Horror Story" are all interconnected. All will be revealed when the show comes back for "American Horror Story" Season 7 in Spring 2017.

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