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Could the fourth season of American Horror Story be a period piece?

Jan. 15, 2014by: Kevin Woods
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There has been a lot of speculation as to what the fourth season of FX's hit series "American Horror Story" will center around and while there is nothing set in stone just yet, FX network president John Landgraf recently shared with TV Guide a little tidbit of information that, while not revealing much, is pretty intriguing.

TV Guide took to Twitter to share what what Landgraf had to say about the potential setting of the next season of "American Horror Story", giving us the following tease:

It's not much to go on, but let the speculation begin.

"American Horror Story: Coven" returns tonight with ep. 3x11 'Protect the Coven', and we've got the synopsis below.

"American Horror Story: Coven" ep. 3x011 'Protect the Coven'

Fiona and Laveau have a deadly face off with The Corporation. Cordelia makes a desperate sacrifice to protect the Coven. Written by Jennifer Salt; directed by Bradley Buecker.

"American Horror Story: Coven" airs Wednesdays at 10/9c on FX.

Extra Tidbit: What would you like to see in the fourth season of "American Horror Story"?
Source: TV Guide

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8:00AM on 01/15/2014

Yeah, do that

American Horror Story journeys into the past often anyway. For example, this season has had chapters set in the antebellum South and in early Jazz Age New Orleans. Keep the show fresh. Do a period piece. I love that the show has the same actors in different settings and stories each season.
American Horror Story journeys into the past often anyway. For example, this season has had chapters set in the antebellum South and in early Jazz Age New Orleans. Keep the show fresh. Do a period piece. I love that the show has the same actors in different settings and stories each season.
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