The Season 4 of "American Horror Story" has yet to begin filming. Ryan Murphy, co-creator of "American Horror Story," is no longer dropping spoilers about the new season. But, his partner recently dropped a hint.
Kristin of E! Online says that Brad Falchuk, co-creator of "American Horror Story," has said that there was "a clue in the finale that nobody has guessed yet." The clue might be the last word of Myrtle at the stake, "BALENCIAGA!"
Inquisitr reports that Chloe Sevigny is likely to return in Season 4. In an interview to Fearnet.com, Chloe, however, is unsure about doing another season of "American Horror Story." When asked if she is coming back, the actress said, "I'm not sure. Ryan Murphy teased me, 'Oh, now you're doing this show ["Those Who Kill"], you can't do ours.' I guess it depends if we get a second season of [Those Who Kill], and what happens with that. I love "American Horror Story," and I love this show, so I hope I can do both."
Chloe has played the role of patient Shelley, diagnosed with nymphomania, in "American Horror Story-Asylum." She did not do "American Horror Story-Coven." She may return in Season 4, as Lily Rabe is doing the pilot episode of "The Visitors." If ABC orders the full season of "The Visitors," it will be difficult for Lily to manage both the shows.
Murphy had said that "American Horror Story" Season 4 will be set in two time periods, mainly the 1950s and the contemporary. It may have something to do with Germans, as Jessica Lange is working on her German accent. Murphy had revealed that Lange will be playing a character similar to German born American actress and singer, Marlene Dietrich. Paulson is learning a new skill for her upcoming role.
The filming is expected to begin sometime in June, and the cast and crew might return to New Orleans to shoot the new season. The Season 3 was set in New Orleans.