Hey there, my Little Monsters. We have some casting news regarding the 7th season of the FX Horror Anthology Series, American Horror Story. Tonight via Twitter, series co-creator Ryan Murphy shared some news he was very excited about.
Lena Dunham, who created and starred in the HBO series Girls, recently brought the series to its conclusion after six seasons, thus freeing her up to take part in the FX series. At this point, there are no details in relation to the character Dunham will be playing. She will be joining a cast that currently consists of previous AHS alums Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters, as well as series rookies, Billie Lourd and Billy Eichner.
Aside from the revelation that Season 7’s premise is heavily influenced by the 2016 presidential election, wery little else is known. And while Murphy has dropped clues about Season 7’s title, the full title reveal will finally happen Thursday July 20th.
So stay tuned, keep a weather eye and all those other such colorful expressions that encourage you Little Monsters out there to keep looking for updates and news about American Horror Story Season 7, as we will try to have them up as they become available.
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