American Loathsomeness Story Is Giving Us The Murder House And Coven Hybrid We Have Been Sitting Tight For

 

Image result for American Horror StoryPart of the bid of American Awfulness Story is its treasury organize — the capacity to present unconventional new characters and startling settings each season. In any case, that hasn’t prevented fans from wanting more congruity between the seasons. Generally, co-maker Ryan Murphy has indicated at every season’s connective tissue with not so subtle references and vague pieces of information. As of recently. On Sunday (October 30), Murphy declared a hybrid between two fan-most loved seasons: Kill House and Coven. “It won’t be next season, however we are going to do a season that is a hybrid between Murder House and Coven together, which is extremely strange,” Murphy told the pack at EW’s PopFest in Los Angeles. He affirmed: “There will be characters from Murder House and characters from Coven together.”

It’s unclear whether this is a sequel to both seasons or set sometime in the past, seeing as AHS often likes to play around with timelines. (Although, if Jessica Lange were to return to AHS for one final bow, this would seem like the opportune time.) The obvious connection is that both seasons share prominent characters with the surname Montgomery. For seasons, fans have speculated that Miss Robichaux’s wild child, Madison Montgomery (Emma Roberts), was somehow connected toMurder House’s famed “surgeon to the stars,” Charles Montgomery (Matt Ross), given their names and proximity to Los Angeles. But nothing concrete has been established between the two characters. Also, as par for the course for AHS, both seasons also featured star-studded ghosts, including the entire Harmon family.

The only thing we really want to know is whether this crossover will mark the return of Evan Peters’s Tate Langdon and Connie Britton’s fabulous Vivien Harmon. Alas, Murphy has yet to comment on which characters may or may not return — so let the speculation begin!

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