The title and concept for the new "American Horror Story" season has been revealed: "Freak Show."
Series creator Ryan Murphy revealed the title on Twitter on March 24, using a graphic containing the words "Freak Show" in a circus-like font. The photo of the title can be viewed below.
"American Horror Story" has aired on the FX cable network for three seasons, each serving as an anthology series focusing on different plots and characters.
Its most recent season, "Coven," debuted to record ratings for the series and featured new additions to its growing roster of cast members, including Kathy Bates, Angela Bassett and Emma Roberts. "Coven" was also featured on OTRC.com's list of the 13 best TV shows of 2013.
According to a report in Entertainment Weekly, Jessica Lange, Bates, Bassett, Evan Peters, Sarah Paulson and Frances Conroy are set to star in the "Freak Show" season, while Roberts and Denis O'Hare are also in talks to return.
"Freak Show" will also reportedly be set in Jupiter, Florida during the 1950s, with Lange portraying a woman of German decent that manages one of the last freak shows in the United States. The show will likely premiere in October 2014, as it has the last three seasons.
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