American Horror Story Season 4 Freak Show Spoilers: ‘Dark Tormentor’ to Feature in Halloween Episodes, Preview Date

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After Season 3 wrapped-up, "American Horror Story" team announced that it has roped in veteran actor Michael Chiklis to star in Season 4, which is subtitled "Freak Show." Now, the latest spoiler buzz is that Wes Bentley is joining the cast of "American Horror Story-Freak Show" to portray the role of a ruthless man who is seeking revenge.   

TV Line reports that Bentley will be playing the character called Eddie. The report describes the character as someone who is a "dark tormentor." Eddie has some past connection with Kath Bates' character. According to the report, he is "hell-bent" on revenge.   

The report also discloses that Eddie will feature in two-parter Halloween Episode. These two episodes are tentatively scheduled to air on Oct. 21 and Oct. 28.  

As reported previously, Chiklis will be seen playing the role of a vulnerable, strong man who is married to Angela Bassett's character.  

Meanwhile at the Comic-Con on June 26, 2014, Tim Minear, executive producer of the show, and the new season cast members, including Angela Bassett, Kathy Bates, Michael Chiklis and Sarah Paulson, are expected to preview "American Horror Story: Freak Show." Fans will also get the opportunity to find out more about Season 3, "American Horror Story: Coven."

According to reports, the production on Season 4 is scheduled to begin in mid-July. The cast and crew will return to New Orleans to film "Freak Show." "Coven" was set and filmed in New Orleans. For veteran actress Jessica Lange, Season 4 will be her final appearance in FX's horror anthology series. She will be seen in the role of a German ex-pat. Her character will be managing one of the last surviving freak shows in 1950s U.S. in Jupiter, Florida.  Sarah Paulson, who played daughter of Lange's character in "Coven," will be one of the performers in the upcoming season.    

The premiere date of "American Horror Story-Freak Show" is expected to be in Oct. 

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