Fans are in agony as they wait for the much awaited upcoming installment of their favorite anthology series, but they have been graced with more information as to what they can expect from it. The fifth season of “American Horror Story” is not yet scheduled to premiere until October, but fresh details as to expect from the show have been disclosed. This can be credited to its showrunner Ryan Murphy’s tweets.
In the fifth season, entitled “American Horror Story: Hotel,” the series will spin around the guests at a hotel that is most probably run by Lady Gaga’s character. Even though we do not have a lot of details as to Gaga’s role or her story arc, Murphy disclosed that Gaga’s character is going to deal with a lot of problems, merit to Angela Bassett’s character. “In October, Angela Bassett will be making lots of trouble with Lady Gaga in the ballroom and elsewhere. #ahshotel,” he tweeted.
Gaga also has provided fans a peep into what could be her look on the show, as the singer’s up to date Instagram update shows her as a platinum blonde.
“I heard you called for a blonde @MrRPMurphy #AHSHotel pic.twitter.com/RteaaEDceL,” Gaga wrote.
In the interim, actor Evan Peters had spoken about the upcoming season of the show saying he was frightened to start work on the “American Horror Story: Hotel.”
When inquired about the plot, Peters told Gold Derby, “I don’t know much, but I know that hotels are terrifying. And I’m actually very scared to start working on this one. I’m very scared.”
On being asked if he will play a bad character, the actor said he would be eager to essay an off-putting role once again. “I’d love to. I mean, whatever they give me I’ll play. I really don’t mind. I think that it’s just so fun to work on the show, so I would definitely in a heartbeat,” Peters said.
Murphy did not share any further detail about Peters’ character other than to say that “Peters will be waiting for you in Room 64. #AHSHOTEL.”
As for the other characters who will make an manifestation on the show, Murphy lately tweeted that “New Girl” Max Greenfield will shock viewers, as his role will be very diverse from what we have seen so far.
“This October, Max Greenfield (like you’ve never seen him) is checking in to the hotel….but not checking out. #AHSHotel,” Murphy tweeted.
The FX anthology series the American Horror Story had also announced earlier that it is moving its production set back to Los Angeles from Louisiana. This marks a welcome boost to the city since it has seen a significant drop in the quantity of TV dramas filming in the vicinity.
American Horror Story has previously filmed the first two seasons of its series in Los Angeles but had moved its set to Louisiana after it was unsuccessful in attaining a film tax credit through the state’s controversial film lottery program.
“American Horror Story: Hotel” will come back to FX in October. Filming is scheduled to commence in Los Angeles sometime in July.