‘American Horror Story’ Season 7 Title Arriving Next Week, Plus Credits?
The madness of deducing American Horror Story Season 6 is behind us, but Season 7 has its own questions. Answers may come as early as next week, as Ryan Murphy promises a full title, and perhaps even the new opening credits.
Taking a break from his usual Instagram antics, Murphy revealed over Twitter that the official title announcement for American Horror Story Season 7 would arrive next week, on July 20. In the process, the creator also suggested the theme might contextualize more than just Season 7:
Murphy also alluded to a new title sequence for the season, as the unusual format and secretive nature of Season 6’s Roanoke largely precluded the classic credits:
Elsewhere of Season 7, Carrie Fisher’s daughter Billie Lourd has also joined in a mysterious role, along with Allison Pill, Colton Haynes, comedian Billy Eichner and Popular alum Leslie Grossman. In addition to returning stars Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Cheyenne Jackson and Adina Porter, Season 7 might feature the return of several other characters from American Horror Story: Freak Show, while a separate upcoming season was said to bring together Murder House and Coven characters.
Season 7 will reveal itself next week, so stay tuned for the latest on American Horror Story.