Washington D.C. [USA], Feb. 16 : For most of the people in US, 2016 Presidential elections were nothing short of a nightmare.
Now, it looks like Ryan Murphy, co-creator of 'American Horror Story' has decided to depict that actual horror onto the TV screens.
The show-runner, Murphy, revealed that the next installment of the horror series will be based on 2016 US Elections, reports E! Online.
"It's very scary and very fun and very topical, Anybody who voted in the last election will very much enjoy what it's about," Murphy said.
Los Angeles - Ryan Murphy is planning a "large reinvention" for the fifth season of 'American Horror Story', according to FX CEO John Landgraf. Landgraf revealed at the TCA winter press tour that the new season will be "completely different" than previous outings, reported Ace Showbiz.
"I know what it is, but I can't say. I have to let series boss Ryan Murphy do his thing on that. But it's very different," Landgraf said. "One of the things I love so much about that is that it can be radically, radically reinvented in terms of tone, setting, period, characters, cast.
Washington, December 25 - Glee's co-creator Ryan Murphy has said that Cory Monteith's character Finn would have become a teacher in the final episode of the series.
Murphy said that he always knew how the series was going to end but never shared it with anyone, People Magazine reported.
He disclosed in an excerpt of the eulogy just published in Entertainment Weekly that he also had the ending picturised in his mind where Lea Michele's character Rachel, who would have become a big Broadway star, comes back to Ohio and tells Finn that she is home. (ANI)
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