‘American Horror Story: Cult’ Gives A Look At Some Of This Season’s Cast Through More Cryptic Teasers

The third week of reveals for American Horror Story: Cult has finally given us a few glimpses at the cast for the upcoming season of the horror anthology series. It’s all bees and menacing clowns again, possibly connected to the return of Twisty the Clown. If this ends up being about some cult devoted to Dandy and not Twisty, that might be disappointing. Until that becomes a fact, we have some chilling teasers with devilish clowns and some apparent connection to the 2016 election.

While that last note seems more like a false lead planted by Ryan Murphy to kick off this season, the reality is bringing along a few familiar faces for the ride against the Cult. The latest tease over at the AHS: Cult official site introduced some of the newer cast members to the world of American Horror Story, giving them each their own photo introduction with some ominous undertones in the background.

The show’s official Twitter account also gave us a look at Evan Peters look for the new series, revealing that he’ll be sporting some blue hair in his role as Kai on the new season. We also know that Emma Roberts will return to the show following the end of Scream Queens, but she’s not the only one.

Cheyenne Jackson will return for his third season of the show, maybe managing to survive this season, and will be joined by a few other familiar names. Bill Eichner will follow up his time on Hulu’s Difficult People and Netflix’s Friends From College with an introduction to the world of Ryan Murphy, along with fellow newcomers Alison Pill and Colton Haynes. Billie Lourd is also joining the cast, jumping from the dearly departed Scream Queens to join Murphy’s more mature horror show. It’s sorta like jumping from Goosebumps to Fear Street if you’re an R.L. Stine fan.

We also got another quick teaser that washes away some of the clown makeup, only to replace it with something equally as creepy. If there’s one thing this show always does well, it’s the promos. It’s the type of thing that you expect to see in some sort of torture camp being played on repeat, but here it is being used to promote entertainment. We’re all sick people.

(Via FX)