‘American Horror Story: Roanoke’ Cast News & Spoilers: Producer Ryan Murphy Dishes About Old Cast Members Returning With New Roles

"American Horror Story: Roanoke" brings exciting storyline twists as producer Ryan Murphy himself dished about the new characters set to debut on Wednesday, Oct. 26. Murphy even described one of them as the worst.

"Most F*cked-Up Character" In "AHS"

There's a lot to look forward to in the next episode of "American Horror Story: Roanoke." For one, Ryan Murphy spoiled that show alums Finn Wittrock and Taissa Farmiga will be back on the show. As their comeback had already been teased earlier this week, Murphy was generous enough to give out some juicy details about the actors' return on set. For now though, the executive producer talked about Wittrock to be the "most f*cked-up character" in "AHS" history.

Old Cast, New Characters

In another report from E! News, Murphy also outlined the comeback of major cast members Kathy Bates, Evan Peters and Sarah Paulson. The biggest twist in the show's history is yet to happen in the next episode as these actors are back not to reprise their roles, but as different characters. Murphy said, "It's a radical twist, a completely new form of storytelling." With this, the series creator is expecting that the upcoming episode will catapult the show into a distinct path.

The returning actors though are not yet confirmed as to until when they will be on the show. What is certain as of now based on Murphy's revelation is that the show will be quite different.

Move In Danger

Despite this unique move in danger, Murphy is confident that his team will be able to pull off the twists. Even so, many "AHS" fans are excited to see fan favorites Peters and Farmiga to play Tessa. In fact, new spoilers revealed that some of the returning characters will sport new accent and voices that is expected to give the show some spice.

"American Horror Story: Roanoke" airs Wednesdays at 10 p.m. EDT on FX.


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