‘American Horror Story’ Season 7 Air Date, Spoilers, News & Update: New Season Theme, Location, Tragic Plot Hinted? What's Next in ‘AHS?’

By Laine Lucas , Updated Nov 18, 2016 11:01 AM EST

"American Horror Story” Season 6 recently concluded with another wild final episode and that means that speculations about "American Horro Story" Season 7 should start to emerge. It’s too early to tell what story ‘AHS’ has to tell next, but fans are convinced that the theme for the next season has just been teased.

PopSugar pointed out two things that hinted what the “American Horror Story” Season 7 story will be about. The first clue was found in the show “Spirit Chasers” within the series. When paranormal investigators went back to the Roanoke house and discovered an old wooden model ship. It might not be related to the new season but another clue was dropped, somehow convincing fans that the new "AHS" theme has been hinted.

The official Twitter account of the horror-thriller FX series posted a video shortly after “American Horror Story” Season 6 final episode aired. It was yet another creepy footage that popped up amidst a video of the serene ocean waves. Fans were quick enough to piece together the two clues and conclude that “American Horror Story” Season 7 should involve the seas and the ocean.

Fans then should start thinking along the lines of sea monsters, horror stories involving shipwrecks and castaways. But all these are speculations and it remains to be seen if the clues should be something to hold on to. It is expected that series creator Ryan Murphy will keep fans guessing about “American Horror Story” Season 7 plot. After all, Murphy is excellent when it comes to being cryptic.

“American Horror Story” Season 7 is assumed to be already in production. The series was renewed even before season 6 ended. Do you think the new season will take the story to the seas? Sound off in the comment box below and stay tuned to GamenGuide for more updates.

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