Why Ryan Murphy is All About The 2016 Election For Season 7?

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Murphy dropped some very confusing comments about the upcoming 7th season of American Horror Story.

Ryan showed up on Watch What Happens Live! what’s more, uncovered season seven’s subject to host Andy Cohen.

“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. I think that will be interesting for a lot of people.”

We instantly cast our fantasy form of this season. Sarah will play Hilary and Evan will play Donald. But this is not the case this time.
Horror Stories are constantly about moral story, so the race is purposeful anecdote. It’s our hopping off point. It is about the race we just experienced and what occurred on that night and the aftermath of that night, which to many individuals, from all sides of the camps is a ghastliness story. What’s more, you know, that show is generally so fun when it’s about the zeitgeist and what we’re doing now.”

The hypothesis that season seven will take a microcosmic perspective of the decision. As opposed to concentrate on the applicants, maybe it will zoom in on a family and show how they are influenced by the result. This would take into consideration the show to start on race night yet not be straightforwardly about the legislators.

Is his decision bad or good?

Personally I think that this is very good theme for seson 7. He will make the worse night better through the series. Out of hundred-million horror theories he chose the worst one and will make epic season out of it. This may be the best season ever. Also it would not be so scary. The horror genre isn’t scary because of its setting, necessarily. Its scary because of its story–because of the characters and the things those characters do to each other.

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