American Horror Story: Roanoke – With chapter 6 we find things getting really intense. The reenactors begin to get a taste of the true horrors within the Roanoke house. The first victim of the terror house was Rory, the reenactor who played Edward Philippe Mott. He got was murdered by the two nurses. Over the course of time, we learned that all but one participants of the show died in the house and that the show ultimately never got aired. FX have revealed new promo video of American Horror Story: Roanoke Chapter 7 where we get a sneak peak of what strange events will unfold next.
So far season 6 that premiered on September 14, 2016, has been widely praised for “its subdued aesthetic and pacing in comparison to earlier seasons of the series.” It is the highest rated season of American Horror Story on Metacritic. Before the series premiered, co-creator Ryan Murphy stated this season would be pretty different to the previous cycle. Back in March, he said: “The interesting thing about the next season is that we’ve been working on two ideas at once, which we’ve never done.”
American Horror Story: Roanoke Episode 7
It was among one of the best episodes that aired recently. It’ll be hard to top. But the series have four more episodes to go and hold your breath because we are about to find out what will happen when Shelby (Lily Rabe) confronts Matt (André Holland) back at the farmhouse in episode 7.
Wondering what can we expect from the last five episodes? Co-creator Ryan Murphy was asked in an interview with EOnline. His reply? “It’s a very energising twist and subsequent episodes are even more intense and even more harrowing. It’s a very large cast, in our typical AHS fashion, but only one of them makes it out alive, and I think that’s a really fun thing for the audience to be watching and guessing who’s going to be the survivor. Who’s going to be the last one standing? And then what’s going to happen to that person. So that’s what the rest of the season is.”