American Horror Story: Cult is right around the corner. As with every new season of the anthology series, fans are chomping at the bit to learn what kind of mysterious and unusual roles their favorite series-regulars will be taking on this time around. The production of this season has been much less secretive than during previous seasons, but we still have many more questions about the show and its cast than answers. Variety reports that Ryan Murphy shared a few key details a recent screening about some characters we will soon know all too well when the show begins to air on September 5th. Here’s what we learned about the following performers’ roles on Season 7:
A new trailer for season two of Ryan Murphy’s Scream Queens has been released. The thirty-second clip gives a glimpse of the returning cast working in a hospital, which becomes yet another crime scene. Jamie Lee Curtis, Emma Roberts, Lea Michele, Abigail Breslin, Keke Palmer, and more reprise their roles from the first season. New additions to the cast for season two of the horror comedy include John Stamos, Taylor Lautner, Colton Haynes, Jerry O’Connell, Ariana Grande and Nick Jonas. read more
During the ‘Scream Queen’s panel at PaleyFest, it was confirmed that Jamie Lee Curtis, Keke Palmer, Abigail Breslin, Billie Lourde, and Glenn Powell will be reprising their roles in Season 2. Emma Roberts, Lea Michele and Niecy Nash, along with co-creator and executive producer Brad Falchuck were already confirmed as returning to Fox’s horror anthology series.
Falchuck gave a few details of season two, saying that it was in it’s early stages of writing and will take place in a hospital. He said, “Dean Munsch has moved on to great success, she’s abolished the Greek system in the country…she’s written her book, she’s traveled the world, and is like, ‘I need a new mission.'” She is goes into the health care field, deciding to purchase a hospital and “runs the hospital the way she sees fit,” and takes cases that seem incurable – “cases that no one else will take.” He said that great thinkers and medical students will be drawn to the hospital, including Zaday, who graduated from Wallace College and is training to be a physician under Dean Munsch. read more