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Early rumors told us it would be based on the 2016 U.S. Presidential election, but every clue we've received since then seemed to point away from that. It appears Winter is there to push Ally's clown fears to the brink: She even gifts their son with a Twisty the Clown doll. The trailer for American Horror Story's seventh season goes all in on the collective trauma of November 8, opening with Sarah Paulson's Ally screaming in horror as the election is officially called.
Meanwhile, Evan Peters' character, Kai Anderson, is thrilled with the news of Trump's victory.
Sarah Paulson plays Ally, a woman who lives in MI and loses it when Trump is elected president.
Cosby hires Jackson's lawyer for sex case Cosby's first trial on charges he drugged and molested a woman at his suburban Philadelphia home in 2004 ended in a hung jury. In 2015, Mesereau represented Suge Knight in the former rap mogul's murder case, but the two parted ways the following year.
There's plenty of clowns, as noted in the other promos for season 7.
Allison Pill will play Ally's partner, Ivy, who will be sporting a grown-up edition of an alternative lifestyle haircut. Billie Lourd's character also makes an appearance as a babysitter with a unusual interest in clowns.
Avid AHS fans live for the opening credits of each season. (The premiere episode, which debuts September 5, is fittingly titled "Election Night.") As the news anchor announces that Trump will be the country's next president, Paulson's character screams in devastation. It looks like Murphy took all the news stories about clown sightings before the election, shoved it in a blender with the election itself and produced some sort of schlocky, horror-adjacent commentary on.what?