American Horror Story Coven Spin-Off In Discussion: Ryan Murphy Talks Minotaur And The Axeman, Last Image Of Season 3 To Foreshadow Season 4
By Staff Writer | October 04, 2013 12:23 PM EDT
"American Horror Story: Coven" is just around the corner, and Ryan Murphy took the time to discuss with EW regarding the mythological creatures of season 3, and a potential spin-off following this season.
The biggest shocker (and perhaps not so, given how "American Horror Story" works) during a preview screening of the "Coven" premiere is that Ryan Murphy revealed a spin-off is being discussed with FX.
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"[FX chief] John Landgraf and I have always spoken about that this show is ripe to spin something off, to do something different. I don't know. We're talking about it. I love this season, I love the cast, I love what it's about, I love that set more than life itself."
Does this mean some of the characters in this witching New Orleans tale will live to see another day?
In addition, much like what the "American Horror Story: Coven" teasers have foreshadow, Murphy confirms that the Minotaur will be this season's Rubber Man or Bloody Face.
But the surprise is that season 3 will also feature a villain called The Axeman, which is apparently based off of a real New Orleans serial killer.
In talking about the future of "American Horror Story," Murphy also revealed that he already had an idea for season 4, and per tradition, the end of season 3 will hint at the new mythology.
"We might have the ['Coven'] finale and then announce at end of the show what next year is by doing some visual thing. I think the last image of the season is what you're getting next year."
"American Horror Story: Coven" will premiere October 9, so be sure to check out season 3 soon!
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