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4th Nov '16 11:54:58 AM BJV
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It seems unusual that Christian angels/demons and Voodoo loa could exist in the same world as understood by their respective religions. Therefore, Shachath, Papa Legba, the Addiction Demon, the demon who possesses Sister Mary Eunice, and possibly Michael Langdon and/or Edward Mordrake are members of this race.

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It seems unusual that Christian angels/demons and Voodoo loa could exist in the same world as understood by their respective religions. Therefore, Shachath, Papa Legba, the Addiction Demon, the demon who possesses Sister Mary Eunice, and possibly Michael Langdon and/or Edward Mordrake are members of this race.race.

[[WMG: a future season will be about, or at least include, werewolves.]]
16th Oct '16 6:47:59 AM Silverblade2
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* ''WMG/AmericanHorrorStoryRoanoke''
27th Sep '16 3:01:17 PM Da1tonTheGreat
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* Confirmed. Season 6 takes place near a forest.



It could explain how they're all connected and why the same actors keep popping up. Season six is just the first time we're seeing the reenactments.

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It could explain how they're all connected and why the same actors keep popping up. Season six is just the first time we're seeing the reenactments.reenactments.

[[WMG: All of the demonic/agelic beings belong to a single species.]]
It seems unusual that Christian angels/demons and Voodoo loa could exist in the same world as understood by their respective religions. Therefore, Shachath, Papa Legba, the Addiction Demon, the demon who possesses Sister Mary Eunice, and possibly Michael Langdon and/or Edward Mordrake are members of this race.
17th Sep '16 12:57:47 PM Da1tonTheGreat
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[[WMG: Season 4 will feature vampires and werewolves.]]
Since the series is deliberately zeroing in on the common themes of Western horror pop culture, and the ZombieApocalypse is [[{{Series/TheWalkingDead}} already sort of taken right now]], and we've already had ghosts, demons and witches, FurAgainstFang seems like the next obvious trope to exploit.



[[WMG: Season 5 will be about stage magicians.]]
It has been hinted that a "top hat" icon shown on a coffee mug in season 4 is the hint to the theme of season 5.

[[WMG: Season 5 will be about a conspiracy about AlienInvaders.]]
* Freak Show takes place in Jupiter, Florida.
* Jessica Lange plays Elsa Mars and sings David Bowie's Life On Mars song.
* In the finale, Massimo builds wooden towns to be destroyed by nuclear weapon testing.
* The season that makes a direct connection to Freak Show is Asylum, which introduced the aliens that abducted Kit Walker's wife.
* It's the fifth season. So, the next new episode would be Season Five, Episode 1...like Area 51? That one's a stretch, humor me.
* This season focused on human "freaks". What better follow up than "normal" people going insane about odd looking aliens who appear on screen less than they do?

[[WMG: Season 5 will be about nuclear testing in Nevada.]]
* The only confirmed clue we have is a picture of a top hat; "Operation Top Hat" was a nuclear/chemical warfare testing exercise in the 50s.
* Massimo mentions nuclear testing and building fake cities, which greatly deteriorated his health, in the Freak Show finale.
* People have pointed out name parallels to ''[[Film/TheHillsHaveEyes1977 The Hills Have Eyes]]'' and ''Freak Show'', with there being characters named Papa Jupiter (Jupiter, Florida), Mars (Elsa Mars), and Ethel (Ethel Darling). Might be a bit of a stretch, but it almost seems too close to not have some kind of meaning.
* Ryan Murphy previously mentioned that they were debating between filming in New Orleans (again) or in New Mexico for the next season.
* Around the tupperware party house, framed pictures of mushroom clouds can be seen.
* Jimmy apparently wanted to dress up as a soldier for Halloween, possibly foreshadowing a military (testing) theme.
* {{Jossed}}. Season five will be AHS: Hotel.
** To be fair, until we know more details besides the name, the hotel could be anywhere, or fit into any theme. Time will tell what kind of horror specifically the new season will be going for but it's a bit early to jump to conclusions based on name alone.



[[WMG: The "Hotel" in question in season 5 will be the infamous Garden Of Allah.]]

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[[WMG: The "Hotel" in question in season 5 will be the infamous Garden Of Allah.]]



[[WMG: Season 6 will be a sequel/prequel to Coven.]]
The show is experiencing ContinuityCreep, with season 4 tying into season 2, and we've already been told that season 5 will tie to season 1. That leaves Coven as the sole season to not have any connection to another season, while still having the most unresolved plotlines (read: characters who aren't yet dead). It seems logical they'd want to follow-up.



[[WMG: Season 6 will be set in a Summer Camp]]
Because a Summer Camp would be classic, with tons of opportunities to reference movies where monsters attack people out in the woods. The returning cast members will be camp counselors who find that the forest and lake within the vicinity of the campgrounds are home to strange monsters that target both them and the children.
* The lake monster will be a shape-shifter with a human form played by Lady Gaga that it uses to lure in the boy campers and...eat them or something. Because...Gaga as a camp counselor would be hard to swallow.
* One of the forest monsters will be a Sasquatch. An unsettlingly silent, intelligent one who abducts the children for a much more elaborate purpose than food.
* Something turns the kids into monsters, like radioactive waste under the camp.
** Or a MadScientist, who is actually one of the counselors.
* The Sasquatch might be against whatever is turning the children into monsters, and the ones he kidnaps he's actually putting them in stasis to return home and saving them.
* A serial killer will appear and have a close connection to his mother as a reference to everyone's favorite [[Franchise/FridayThe13th Summer Cap associated killer]]
[[WMG: Season 6 will be set during the aftermath of the American Civil War]]
And it will feature tall tales of the time being real. A fictionalized Davy Crockett travels the country and encounters such icons as John Henry during his contest with the drilling machine, a young Paul Bunyan when he first meets Babe, and Johnny Appleseed...planting an apple tree. He'll witness Pecos Bill ride the tornado. He'll fight the Red Dwarf of Detroit! And then they are all forced to become an Avengers-style team in order to fight the Devil from Asylum, who is attempting to create an Ant-Christ before Michael in Murder House. But their actions cause reality to warp so everyone remembers their lives differently.



[[WMG: The Season 6 Teasers and what they could mean]]
While it has been confirmed that some of them are meant to misdirect us, some of them likely do hint at what'll be in Season 6. So here we go:
* "What's Cooking?": at least one person living in a farmhouse is a cannibal, who prepares their meals by dismembering their victims with a chainsaw. A character could be sendup/tribute to [[Franchise/TheTexasChainsawMassacre Leatherface]].
* "Sunset Stroll": Some characters could be a mother, father, and daughter who are monsters who appear at sunset and wander the fields in search of something.
* "Post Op": various people could subject themselves to horrible, painful craniotomies at the hands of an uncaring, amoral surgeon. Why is unclear of course.
* "Lullaby": an infant inhuman creature is being molded into a killing machine by someone who has it in their home.
* "Descent": trapped human spirits will try to capture people trying to escape danger.
* "Milli Crossing": Lady Gaga's character has a connection to centipedes.
* "The Mist": a monstrous creature, possibly an alien, arrives in a cover of mist before charging forward to attack a target. This seems to happen at some dusty train tracks, where it may first arrive.
* "Wind Chimes": a nurse will decide to go after the person (or thing) that collects the teeth of murdered people.
* "The Shadow": a monster can travel through shadows and kills people that wander into its castle. Possibly a flashback to the past.
* "Antology": there will be a forest where bones are kept for some reason. Bones will be relevant to a character's plot.
* "Bite Sized": Lady Gaga's character is a puppet body controlled by a swarm of spiders and, tying it back to "Milli Crossing", centipedes.
* Not a teaser, but a promotional poster shows the profile of a goat man, possibly a satyr. He could be a character, or plot device, in Season 6.
* "The Lesson": children are part of the plot, perhaps as cultists who worship a supernatural entity that presides in the cornfields.
* "Bathing Beauty": a woman with a freakish mouth for a face will attack someone and/or be killed in a bathroom.
* "Pitch a Fit": a woman, possibly the resident of the farmhouse, kills her enemies/victims with a pitchfork at some point.
* "False Eyelashes": Continuing on the theme of bugs inhabiting a woman.
* "Baby Face": Possibly a CallBack to Twisty's ruined jaw, may be a creature in the plot.

[[WMG: Season 6 will end on a Christmas episode, and seasonal themes will be important to the plot.]]
I'm basing this entirely on the fact that the premier date is three or four weeks earlier in the year than any of the previous five seasons, starting on September 14th (other seasons have premiered between October 5th-17th). The only significance I can make of this is that said season finales have usually aired in mid- or (more usually) late-January - the exception being ''Murder House'', which ended on December 21st and included Christmas celebrations in the episode. Assuming another 12- or 13-episode run with similar scheduling, Season 6 will presumably finish in late December. Making a fairly sizable change to the premiere date, after five years of Halloween-ready start dates, feels like that means the end date will be important this time around instead. Hence my theory that Christmas will be an important theme/setting for the season.

[[WMG:Season 6 will be set in a farming community.]]
Nearly half of the teasers are shown outdoors, and almost all of them are definitely in some sort of farmland. Plus with the heavy use of extraterrestrial imagery (crop circles and one guy being obviously abducted), this Season might be dealing with aliens, either the same ones from Asylum or another group of aliens that rival and/or are unrelated to the previous group aside from MO and ''possibly'' race. Many of the other teasers seem to take place in and/or under a large house, possibly a farmhouse that was once owned by a wealthy landowner before it fell into disrepair, and its possibly run by a family of cannibals and/or SerialKillers who are doing it either ForScience and/or sadism. Teasers 7 and 13 may show some of the creatures that were created by either the aliens and/or the human villains; 1, 3, and 20 show that the townspeople are slowly turning into monsters themselves because of the aliens and/or the evil of the human villains starting to infect everyone else like a plague; and 5, 10, and 18 may be hints that the human villains may be under the guise of the community's medical personnel and/or a government research facility underneath the farm. 12 and 24 may indicate the location may have some sort of lake or other large water deposits that was once used by the community and is now contaminated and possibly one reason for the corruption going on in the town, with 12 being less serious and mostly symbolic while 24 is played far more seriously and shows just ''one'' of the unpleasant things to happen when people go into the water.

Teasers 4, 16, 17, 19, and 22 are all merely symbolic of the central theme of the Season, in this case being corruption in all its forms. 9 is the only full blown bogus teaser.

[[WMG: The "story" of Season 6 will be told entirely in flashbacks as detectives try and figure out what happened in the farmhouse]]

Not necessarily detectives as in police, but they could be private investigators, paranormal investigators filming a TV show, and whatnot. Anyway, the reason all the teasers are so disjointed and have no central theme is because what happened on the farm is a complete mystery but it is one which is highly important for many people, including those who survived the past seasons.


[[WMG: The story of ''?6'' is going to be set in the past]]

Seasons 1, 3 and 5 have all been set in the present day, right? And seasons 2 and 4 were set in the past. Well, odd-numbered seasons are stories set in the present, even-numbered seasons are set in the past.

Also, a lot of the clothing styles and scenes where humans are shown in actual settings look retro, in a sense - such as Lady GaGa being dragged into the water by a merman, which looks like a 50's BMovie.

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[[WMG: The Season 6 Teasers and what they could mean]]
While it has been confirmed that some of them are meant to misdirect us, some of them likely do hint at what'll be in Season 6. So here we go:
* "What's Cooking?": at least one person living in a farmhouse is a cannibal, who prepares their meals by dismembering their victims with a chainsaw. A character could be sendup/tribute to [[Franchise/TheTexasChainsawMassacre Leatherface]].
* "Sunset Stroll": Some characters could be a mother, father, and daughter who are monsters who appear at sunset and wander the fields in search of something.
* "Post Op": various people could subject themselves to horrible, painful craniotomies at the hands of an uncaring, amoral surgeon. Why is unclear of course.
* "Lullaby": an infant inhuman creature is being molded into a killing machine by someone who has it in their home.
* "Descent": trapped human spirits will try to capture people trying to escape danger.
* "Milli Crossing": Lady Gaga's character has a connection to centipedes.
* "The Mist": a monstrous creature, possibly an alien, arrives in a cover of mist before charging forward to attack a target. This seems to happen at some dusty train tracks, where it may first arrive.
* "Wind Chimes": a nurse will decide to go after the person (or thing) that collects the teeth of murdered people.
* "The Shadow": a monster can travel through shadows and kills people that wander into its castle. Possibly a flashback to the past.
* "Antology": there will be a forest where bones are kept for some reason. Bones will be relevant to a character's plot.
* "Bite Sized": Lady Gaga's character is a puppet body controlled by a swarm of spiders and, tying it back to "Milli Crossing", centipedes.
* Not a teaser, but a promotional poster shows the profile of a goat man, possibly a satyr. He could be a character, or plot device, in Season 6.
* "The Lesson": children are part of the plot, perhaps as cultists who worship a supernatural entity that presides in the cornfields.
* "Bathing Beauty": a woman with a freakish mouth for a face will attack someone and/or be killed in a bathroom.
* "Pitch a Fit": a woman, possibly the resident of the farmhouse, kills her enemies/victims with a pitchfork at some point.
* "False Eyelashes": Continuing on the theme of bugs inhabiting a woman.
* "Baby Face": Possibly a CallBack to Twisty's ruined jaw, may be a creature in the plot.

[[WMG: Season 6 will end on a Christmas episode, and seasonal themes will be important to the plot.]]
I'm basing this entirely on the fact that the premier date is three or four weeks earlier in the year than any of the previous five seasons, starting on September 14th (other seasons have premiered between October 5th-17th). The only significance I can make of this is that said season finales have usually aired in mid- or (more usually) late-January - the exception being ''Murder House'', which ended on December 21st and included Christmas celebrations in the episode. Assuming another 12- or 13-episode run with similar scheduling, Season 6 will presumably finish in late December. Making a fairly sizable change to the premiere date, after five years of Halloween-ready start dates, feels like that means the end date will be important this time around instead. Hence my theory that Christmas will be an important theme/setting for the season.

[[WMG:Season 6 will be set in a farming community.]]
Nearly half of the teasers are shown outdoors, and almost all of them are definitely in some sort of farmland. Plus with the heavy use of extraterrestrial imagery (crop circles and one guy being obviously abducted), this Season might be dealing with aliens, either the same ones from Asylum or another group of aliens that rival and/or are unrelated to the previous group aside from MO and ''possibly'' race. Many of the other teasers seem to take place in and/or under a large house, possibly a farmhouse that was once owned by a wealthy landowner before it fell into disrepair, and its possibly run by a family of cannibals and/or SerialKillers who are doing it either ForScience and/or sadism. Teasers 7 and 13 may show some of the creatures that were created by either the aliens and/or the human villains; 1, 3, and 20 show that the townspeople are slowly turning into monsters themselves because of the aliens and/or the evil of the human villains starting to infect everyone else like a plague; and 5, 10, and 18 may be hints that the human villains may be under the guise of the community's medical personnel and/or a government research facility underneath the farm. 12 and 24 may indicate the location may have some sort of lake or other large water deposits that was once used by the community and is now contaminated and possibly one reason for the corruption going on in the town, with 12 being less serious and mostly symbolic while 24 is played far more seriously and shows just ''one'' of the unpleasant things to happen when people go into the water.

Teasers 4, 16, 17, 19, and 22 are all merely symbolic of the central theme of the Season, in this case being corruption in all its forms. 9 is the only full blown bogus teaser.

[[WMG: The "story" of Season 6 will be told entirely in flashbacks as detectives try and figure out what happened in the farmhouse]]

Not necessarily detectives as in police, but they could be private investigators, paranormal investigators filming a TV show, and whatnot. Anyway, the reason all the teasers are so disjointed and have no central theme is because what happened on the farm is a complete mystery but it is one which is highly important for many people, including those who survived the past seasons.


[[WMG: The story of ''?6'' is going to be set in the past]]

Seasons 1, 3 and 5 have all been set in the present day, right? And seasons 2 and 4 were set in the past. Well, odd-numbered seasons are stories set in the present, even-numbered seasons are set in the past.

Also, a lot of the clothing styles and scenes where humans are shown in actual settings look retro, in a sense - such as Lady GaGa being dragged into the water by a merman, which looks like a 50's BMovie.
15th Sep '16 8:39:16 AM klutzygirl
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{{WMG: All six seasons are dramatizations of "real" horror stories]]

It could explain how they're all connected and why the same actors keep popping up. Season six is just the first time we're seeing the reenactments.

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{{WMG: All six seasons are dramatizations of "real" horror stories]]

It could explain how they're all connected and why the same actors keep popping up. Season six is just the first time we're seeing the reenactments.



Also, a lot of the clothing styles and scenes where humans are shown in actual settings look retro, in a sense - such as Lady GaGa being dragged into the water by a merman, which looks like a 50's BMovie.

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Also, a lot of the clothing styles and scenes where humans are shown in actual settings look retro, in a sense - such as Lady GaGa being dragged into the water by a merman, which looks like a 50's BMovie.BMovie.

[[WMG: All six seasons are dramatizations of "real" horror stories]]

It could explain how they're all connected and why the same actors keep popping up. Season six is just the first time we're seeing the reenactments.
15th Sep '16 8:38:17 AM klutzygirl
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{{WMG: All six seasons are dramatizations of "real" horror stories]]

It could explain how they're all connected and why the same actors keep popping up. Season six is just the first time we're seeing the reenactments.
14th Sep '16 7:03:52 AM 8BrickMario
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* "False Eyelashes": Continuing on the theme of bugs inhabiting a woman.
* "Baby Face": Possibly a CallBack to Twisty's ruined jaw, may be a creature in the plot.
14th Sep '16 5:26:59 AM res20stupid
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[[WMG: The "story" will be told entirely in flashbacks as detectives try and figure out what happened in the farmhouse]]

Not necessarily detectives as in police, but they could be private investigators, paranormal investigators filming a TV show, and whatnot. Anyway, the reason all the teasers are so disjointed and have no central theme is because what happened on the farm is a complete mystery but it is one which is highly important for many people, including those who survived the past seasons.

to:

[[WMG: The "story" of Season 6 will be told entirely in flashbacks as detectives try and figure out what happened in the farmhouse]]

Not necessarily detectives as in police, but they could be private investigators, paranormal investigators filming a TV show, and whatnot. Anyway, the reason all the teasers are so disjointed and have no central theme is because what happened on the farm is a complete mystery but it is one which is highly important for many people, including those who survived the past seasons.seasons.

[[WMG: The story of ''?6'' is going to be set in the past]]

Seasons 1, 3 and 5 have all been set in the present day, right? And seasons 2 and 4 were set in the past. Well, odd-numbered seasons are stories set in the present, even-numbered seasons are set in the past.

Also, a lot of the clothing styles and scenes where humans are shown in actual settings look retro, in a sense - such as Lady GaGa being dragged into the water by a merman, which looks like a 50's BMovie.
13th Sep '16 9:46:37 AM res20stupid
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Teasers 4, 16, 17, 19, and 22 are all merely symbolic of the central theme of the Season, in this case being corruption in all its forms. 9 is the only full blown bogus teaser.

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Teasers 4, 16, 17, 19, and 22 are all merely symbolic of the central theme of the Season, in this case being corruption in all its forms. 9 is the only full blown bogus teaser.teaser.

[[WMG: The "story" will be told entirely in flashbacks as detectives try and figure out what happened in the farmhouse]]

Not necessarily detectives as in police, but they could be private investigators, paranormal investigators filming a TV show, and whatnot. Anyway, the reason all the teasers are so disjointed and have no central theme is because what happened on the farm is a complete mystery but it is one which is highly important for many people, including those who survived the past seasons.
2nd Sep '16 4:51:26 PM UdtheImp
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* The Sasquatch might be against whatever is turning the children into monsters, and the ones he kidnaps he's actually putting them in stasis to return home and saving them.



I'm basing this entirely on the fact that the premier date is three or four weeks earlier in the year than any of the previous five seasons, starting on September 14th (other seasons have premiered between October 5th-17th). The only significance I can make of this is that said season finales have usually aired in mid- or (more usually) late-January - the exception being ''Murder House'', which ended on December 21st and included Christmas celebrations in the episode. Assuming another 12- or 13-episode run with similar scheduling, Season 6 will presumably finish in late December. Making a fairly sizable change to the premiere date, after five years of Halloween-ready start dates, feels like that means the end date will be important this time around instead. Hence my theory that Christmas will be an important theme/setting for the season.

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I'm basing this entirely on the fact that the premier date is three or four weeks earlier in the year than any of the previous five seasons, starting on September 14th (other seasons have premiered between October 5th-17th). The only significance I can make of this is that said season finales have usually aired in mid- or (more usually) late-January - the exception being ''Murder House'', which ended on December 21st and included Christmas celebrations in the episode. Assuming another 12- or 13-episode run with similar scheduling, Season 6 will presumably finish in late December. Making a fairly sizable change to the premiere date, after five years of Halloween-ready start dates, feels like that means the end date will be important this time around instead. Hence my theory that Christmas will be an important theme/setting for the season.season.

[[WMG:Season 6 will be set in a farming community.]]
Nearly half of the teasers are shown outdoors, and almost all of them are definitely in some sort of farmland. Plus with the heavy use of extraterrestrial imagery (crop circles and one guy being obviously abducted), this Season might be dealing with aliens, either the same ones from Asylum or another group of aliens that rival and/or are unrelated to the previous group aside from MO and ''possibly'' race. Many of the other teasers seem to take place in and/or under a large house, possibly a farmhouse that was once owned by a wealthy landowner before it fell into disrepair, and its possibly run by a family of cannibals and/or SerialKillers who are doing it either ForScience and/or sadism. Teasers 7 and 13 may show some of the creatures that were created by either the aliens and/or the human villains; 1, 3, and 20 show that the townspeople are slowly turning into monsters themselves because of the aliens and/or the evil of the human villains starting to infect everyone else like a plague; and 5, 10, and 18 may be hints that the human villains may be under the guise of the community's medical personnel and/or a government research facility underneath the farm. 12 and 24 may indicate the location may have some sort of lake or other large water deposits that was once used by the community and is now contaminated and possibly one reason for the corruption going on in the town, with 12 being less serious and mostly symbolic while 24 is played far more seriously and shows just ''one'' of the unpleasant things to happen when people go into the water.

Teasers 4, 16, 17, 19, and 22 are all merely symbolic of the central theme of the Season, in this case being corruption in all its forms. 9 is the only full blown bogus teaser.
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