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Sarah Paulson Explains That Final Moment in 'American Horror Story: Cult'

Sarah Paulson is explaining that final moment in American Horror Story: Cult, where [SPOILER ALERT!], Ally pulled a hood over her head before the screen went dark and the credits rolled.

During an interview with Vulture, the inerviewer asked about the hood being a possible throwback to the third season of AHS: “But is she actually going to see our old friend Cordelia from AHS: Coven?”

“None of those things happened and obviously they were missed opportunities. I see that clearly now,” Sarah said, also citing that her other AHS character Lana Winters could have come back but didn’t. “I love that there’s a mystery to it and that you walk away from this season going, ‘Where the hell is she going?’ I think that’s great and that’s a good question to have. I think it looks an awful lot like the robes Bebe wore, doesn’t it?”

Bebe is the character from Cult played by Frances Conroy, and is another cult leader.

Sarah Paulson Gets Spooked at American Horror Story Haunted House!

Sarah Paulson may star on American Horror Story but that doesn’t mean she’s not scared by the show!

The 42-year-old actress braved Universal Studios’ American Horror Story Haunted House for a hilarious episode of Ellen’s Show Me More Show.

Sarah, along with The Ellen Show executive producer Andy Lassner, screamed, cursed and crawled their way through the haunted house and it’s actually pretty funny.

The duo get scared by characters jumping from behind hidden doors and paintings, screaming that they hate each of the actors and eventually making it to the end.

Check out the entire video below…

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'American Horror Story' Mass Shooting Scene Gets 'Substantial Edit,' Will Still Be Available to View

American Horror Story: Cult‘s new episode this Tuesday originally contained a mass shooting scene, and the network just released a statement about editing the episode due to the recent tragedy in Las Vegas.

“In light of the tragedy last week in Las Vegas, Ryan Murphy and the producers of American Horror Story: Cult have chosen to make substantial edits to the opening scene of [Tuesday] night’s episode,” FX said in a statement. “This opening, which was filmed two months ago and which portrays an occurrence of gun violence that has sadly become all too common in our country, contains a sequence that some viewers might find traumatic.”

However, viewers can still opt to see the unedited scene by seeing the episode on VOD or via FXNOW and FX+.

The episode will air on FX tomorrow (October 10).

Ryan Murphy Says 'AHS: Cult' Mass Shooting Episode Will be Edited

Ryan Murphy has confirmed that the new episode of American Horror Story: Cult – which features a mass shooting scene – has been changed.

During a panel discussion on Saturday (October 7) in New York City, the 51-year-old series creator shared that the upcoming episode of the hit FX show has been edited to be less graphic following the deadly shooting in Las Vegas last weekend.

The upcoming episode of AHS was filmed before the shooting in Vegas that killed 58 people and injured hundreds more.

American Horror Story: Cult
airs on FX on Tuesday nights.

'American Horror Story: Cult' Preview Promises a Frightening New Season - Watch Now!

The first episode of American Horror Story: Cult premiered last night, and now we have a full season preview of what to expect in the upcoming episodes!

The new season started off with a bang, and set up what is sure to be a terrifying series of episodes.

ALSO READ: ‘American Horror Story: Cult’ Cast – Who Is Returning for New Season?

Be sure to be tuning into American Horror Story: Cult every Tuesday evening to catch all the action.

Watch the full season preview below…

'American Horror Story: Cult' Cast - Who Is Returning for New Season?

American Horror Story: Cult is debuting tonight on FX, and fans want to know which regulars are returning to the show and which newbies are getting their first bow on the horror drama!

This season is about the aftermath of the 2016 Presidential Election – and does not really involve Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, as creator Ryan Murphy just clarified in a recent interview.

Be sure to tune into FX tonight at 10pm ET to catch the premiere!

Click through the slideshow below to see who is starring in this season of American Horror Story: Cult…

'American Horror Story: Cult' Is Not About Donald Trump Or Hillary Clinton

American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy is explaining that Cult really is not about Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton, rather, about the aftermath of the election and how that affected people.

“Our feeling is that everybody lost their sh*t after the election — Republican, Democrat — and everybody’s still losing their sh*t, and nobody’s really figured out from either side where to put those feelings,” Ryan told THR. “There is no real discussion. Everybody’s still at each other’s throats, you’re either on one side or you’re on the other. The season really is not about Trump, it’s not about Clinton. It’s about somebody who has the wherewithal to put their finger up in the wind and see that that’s what’s happening and is using that to rise up and form power, and using people’s vulnerabilities about how they’re afraid and don’t know where to turn, and they feel like the world is on fire.” 

“People have the wrong idea already about what it’s going to be. People in the Rust Belt who have loved the show [are tweeting], ‘I’m out. I can’t believe that you’re tackling this.’ They don’t understand that every side on our show gets it just as much. The white privilege that Sarah and Alison['s characters] deal with is satirical as well,” he continued. “The world we’re living in is ridiculous. So, I think that the show, in some ways, is reflecting the idea that nothing makes sense, and the only way to get through it is to try and have some degree of humor about it.”

The new season of American Horror Story debuts tonight on FX.