It seems the star, who has already amassed a huge fanbase from his breakout appearances as both Jackson Whittemore on Teen Wolf and Ray Harper on Arrow, will have a role in the seventh season of American Horror Story this September.
Little is known about the new season of American Horror Story, but Ryan Murphy has previously confirmed that it will be connected to Freak Show and set in the modern day. The yet-to-be-titled season 7 of American Horror Story, however, is keeping specific information regarding the upcoming outing of the show on the down low. Stay tuned for more info as it comes!
Few details about the latest instalment of AHS have been revealed, by Murphy has teased that it will be connected with 2014's Freak Show, set in the modern day, and feature the 2016 USA presidential election in some way...
It could be that we're about to see Colton Haynes' darkest side yet.
"Welcome to American Horror Story, Colton Haynes", Murphy captioned the image.
Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters in American Horror Story (2011). Online earlier this week, Murphy looked to tease viewers on what to expect from the upcoming season... We cannot wait to see what will happen.
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