Season 2 of American Horror Pieces, created by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, will premiere on FX and Hulu this summer. It will feature brand new anthology stories.
Each episode of American Horror Story: Freak Show is a stand-alone story, in contrast to the multi-season format of the original American Horror Story.
What Is the Second Season of American Horror Stories About?
The AHS series is known for keeping viewers guessing until the very end of each season. Deciphering the hints in American Horror Stories is more difficult because the show is an anthology.
It’s impossible to compare one episode to another. Several of the episodes have a common theme or allusion to a previous season of the main show. Others, on the other hand, are one-off tales. Fun is having no idea what’s going to happen next, a skill Murphy and Falchuk have perfected over time.
“American Horror Story is the inspiration for American Horror Stories, a spin-off of Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk’s critically acclaimed anthology series. The anthology series American Horror Stories will showcase a new horror story each week.
From a spooky asylum to a traveling freak show to a haunted hotel, the AHS has reinvented the horror genre since its inception in 2011 with a variety of segments. A devoted following has grown up around the show, eagerly anticipating what the next episode will bring. Twentieth Television produces the series.
Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, Alexis Martin Woodall, John J. Gray, and Manny Coto serve as executive producers.”
We’ve learned from the first season of American Horror Stories that anyone can turn up at the door. Because of this reason, don’t be surprised if they don’t reveal the whole cast of Season 2.
It is usual for each episode to introduce new characters, whether they are new to the franchise or characters who have been in previous episodes. Aaron Tveit, for example, appeared in many episodes in the first season.
Cameos are also a possibility, as we discovered. Cody Fern, Dylan McDermott, and Matt Bomer all appeared in the first season of the show. Like Murder House, memorable locations within the franchise may also appear. The first season of American Horror Story was largely influenced by Murder House, the central location of the show first season.
In July, Hulu will bring back American Horror Stories
The first episode of Season 2 of “American Horror Story” will be available on Hulu on July 21, according to the official “American Horror Story” Twitter. Nothing has been said about how many episodes will make up the season or whether the whole thing will be released all at once.
If the show follows the first season’s pattern, then it’s probable that fans will get a taste of the show’s wickedness before they get weekly portions. The first season of “American Horror Stories” was made available on Hulu on the same day, and each episode was distributed on a weekly basis thereafter.
A close-up image of what looks to be three porcelain dolls was released with the announcement. Extreme make-up, brightly painted lips, and long, thick eyelashes are all part of their look. The expressions of each are noticeably distinct. They appear to be inquisitive, indignant, and disgusted.
After further investigation, it appears that all of the dolls adorned with lace, veils, and elaborately coiffed hair are ladies. The tweet’s tagline reads, “Someone’s watching you.” Whether or if the show’s second season will focus on voyeurism, we don’t know yet. Or will it be about inanimate items taking on the characteristics of living things? Find out on July 21st.