According to Digital Spy on Jan. 3, Ryan Murphy has finally begun to talk about his vision for the third season of "American Horror Story." While season one was about ghosts, and season two about an insane asylum, Murphy said season three will be about "evil glamour."
When thinking of that term, there are a lot of ideas that come to mind, from the perceived glamour in a world that idolizes "Housewives" and "guidettes" to the themes from the former popular cable series, "Nip/Tuck."
Murphy said that the show's plot will be along the lines of a "Romeo & Juliet" youth story, bringing back memories of Violet and Tate in season one of "American Horror Story." He also said they plan on shooting the show in a very different location, possibly out in the country where "true horror has been."
Whether or not the show will use more supernatural horror, as seen in season one, or the more realistic, grisly horror from season two, remains unknown. However, Murphy did hint that he has "lots of delicious plans."
Jessica Lange has already signed on to the third season of "American Horror Story." Evan Peters and Dylan McDermott have appeared in both the first two seasons, and remain possibilities to return as well.
"American Horror Story" airs on Wednesday nights at 10 p.m. EST on FX.
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Shawn S. Lealos is a member of the Oklahoma Film Critics Circle, the professional film critics’ organization of Oklahoma. He is also working on a book about the Stephen King dollar babies called “Dollar Deal.” To read more of his writing, visit shawnlealos.net.