Trump Themed Television – “American Horror Story”

Season 7 of AHS to be about the 2016 election.

Jasmine Davis

Ryan Murphy, writer and producer of the famed television show American Horror Story which premiered in 2011, has announced the upcoming season’s theme: Donald Trump.

Murphy has announced that the new season of the beloved show AHS will be based on the recent 2016 election and its winner, President Donald Trump.

This announcement was made during an interview on “Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen”  on Wednesday, February 15th. Andy Cohen asked several questions involving the upcoming season of AHS. While answering the questions, Murphy still wanted to leave viewers in suspense.

Murphy claimed that as of right now he does not have a title for the upcoming seventh season; when asked if he will cast anyone to play the role of President Trump he chose to respond with “Maybe.”

The new season will focus on the recent election and how it played out as well as the aftermath, and Murphy claims it should be an interesting season.

There has been a set confirmation that the AHS veterans Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters will in fact return for the new season. As well as the fact that the show will indeed renew through season 9, which brings much satisfaction to many of the shows viewers.

When asked what he thought about the production of season 7 during the interview, Murphy stated, “I think it will be interesting for a lot of people.”

It came to many as a surprise that Murphy would reveal so much information about the new season, as he tends to leave viewers with cliffhangers and suspense revealing nothing, such as the recent season number 6.

During this interview Murphy also revealed that some of his other shows such as “Feud” and “American Crime Story” will also be focusing on hot topics in the upcoming 2017-2018 seasons, such as the aftermath of hurricanes like Katrina.