Sarah Paulsen plays a huge role in the "American Horror Story" series' and that won't change in the upcoming season. Fans of the show have been speculating on what the next installment of the popular series will be ever since "American Horror Story: Coven" ended. On Thursday, Hollywood Life reported that Sarah Paulsen's "Freak Show" character has been revealed and it will certainly be interesting.
Please be advised that there are spoilers ahead
"American Horror Story: Freak Show" is all centered around a 1950's freak show in Florida. Scarce details about the upcoming season have been leaked and the show is known for it's shocking twists and turns. It looks like Sarah Paulsen's character is one of those shockers. She tweeted out a picture of her new characters and she definitely will be an integral part of the freak show.
Paulsen will be playing two characters this time around. Rather, she will be playing Siamese twins Bette and Dot. The photo tweeted out to reveal her character shows a woman with two heads and one body. Hence, Paulsen is really playing two parts this season.
The "American Horror Story" franchise began in 2011 and has become wildly popular. The story changes each season with the most recent "American Horror Story: Coven" being the most popular. With stars like Jessica Lange, Angela Bassett and Kathy Bates on board, this talent dense ensemble cast can tell a story like no other.
Some of the "American Horror Story: Freak Show" spoilers include details about Jessica Lange's character. She reportedly will be playing a character reminiscent of Marlene Dietrich. Show creator Ryan Murphy (Glee) has been very tight lipped about season four "American Horror Story" details. What we do know is that Lange's German character will rescue a rag tag crew of freaks for the Jupiter, Fla. freak show and the story will center around their life.
Michael Chiklis has joined the cast and will play the father of Evan Peters' character. This fourth season has also been reported as Jessica Lange's last. Lets hope that doesn't shake up the cast and story line too much because fans certainly aren't done watching yet and after the next season, they will likely only want more.