American Horror Story: Coven — the show’s third season — will kick off on October 9 at 10 p.m. ET on FX and take viewers into the world of voodoo and witchcraft. Each season of the show starts anew and revolves around an entirely different concept from previous seasons, meaning that viewers are less likely to grow tired of the same characters and the occasional uneventful storyline.
Because of this model, AHS can theoretically go on for a long time, but exactly how much more Horror does show creator Ryan Murphy plan on delivering to the masses?
The TV mastermind appeared on Sundance’s new show The Writer’s Room and talked about the future of AHS, noting that he doesn’t see an end to the show.
"I love it. I love the whole process of it. I feel like it has a great renewal to it. I love the dream time of it, you know when you're ready to sort of come up with a new one ... I really feel like, for me, it's something that I would love to keep doing as long as they let me.”
That then begs the question: what other terrifying concepts do Ryan and co. have in store?
He previously told Deadline about his fascination with the Charles Manson case and a desire to develop a season around that, but put it on hold out of respect to the victims and their families. Still, he hopes to revisit that subject someday saying that he wishes to “go back to the Manson thing in some regard “.
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Source: Huffington Post