Evan Peters‘ very own horror story is evidently being asked questions about the mysterious upcoming season of the hit FX show “American Horror Story.”
In a video for the Fall TV Preview series, TheWrap asked the 29-year-old what he can tell us about the upcoming season of Ryan Murphy‘s horror anthology, from the theme to his character on the show. The answer to all: “I don’t know.”
“They don’t tell me anything,” he said. “I’m on the show but I don’t know much.”
The one thing he did disclose, though, was that his new hair color wasn’t done on his own accord. When we asked whether his new red do was the result of his work on the upcoming season, Peters responded, “Uh, yes, I’m trying to figure out if I can say. Yes, I didn’t do this to my hair. Yeah.”
Plot details for Season 6 have been nonexistent thus far, as the show’s creators want the entire season to be a complete surprise to fans.
Despite the fact that several trailers have been released, FX president John Landgraf has said that many of them are misdirects and have nothing to do with the actual plot.
Landgraf said earlier this month that Murphy and FX “went out and made many more trailers than you’ve actually seen for hypothetical seasons of ‘American Horror Story,’ meaning different genres and different places. And one of them is accurate, and the others are just misdirects.”
A few trailers dropped that alluded to multiple potential themes, but fans gravitated towards one promo that seemed to suggest a Charles Manson-likestoryline.
It included a children’s mobile that spelled out the word “pig,” which was the same word that was spelled out in Sharon Tate’s blood after she was murdered by members of Manson’s cult back in 1969.
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So far, official returning cast members include Peters, Sarah Paulson, Angela Bassett, Kathy Bates, Lady Gaga, Matt Bomer, Wes Bentley, Denis O’Hare and Cheyenne Jackson.
“American Horror Story” Season 6 is scheduled to return on September 14.