'American Horror Story' Season 7 Will Tackle the 2016 Election, Ryan Murphy Says
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Series creator Ryan Murphy reveals that the seventh season will be about the 2016 election and he also says that the seventh season of the horror series will begin filming in June.

AceShowbiz - "American Horror Story" creator Ryan Murphy revealed that the seventh season of the series would begin filming in June. During his appearance on "Watch What Happens Live", Murphy also said that the next season would be inspired by the 2016 election.

"I don't have a title, but the season that we begin shooting in June is going to be about the election that we just went through," Murphy told the show's host Andy Cohen. "I think that will be interesting for a lot of people," he added.

Murphy also teased that there's a possibility of now-President Donald Trump to be one of the characters on the series. "Will there be like a Trump in it?" asked Cohen, curious. The creator coyly answered, "Maybe."

"American Horror Story" was renewed for eighth and ninth seasons in January. It's also been confirmed that Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters would be returning for the seventh season.

"Ryan has another really innovative idea to do something fresh and different. There's a marketing and promotional hook around that," said FX Network CEO John Landgraf at the TCA winter press tour.

Aside from "American Horror Story", Murphy has been busy with "Feud", an anthology drama which focuses on the rivalry between Bette Davis and Joan Crawford. Another anthology he's been working on with FX is the second season of "American Crime Story", which takes place on the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

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