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The American anthology horror television series created and produced by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, "American Horror Story" Season 7 might be cancelled. There were possible reasons that the seventh season of the hit TV series would not be heading anymore on small screen.
"American Horror Story" is one of the highest-rated TV series of the popular FX thriller. There were speculations leaked online that season 7 might be cancelled. On the other hand, it was speculated that the possible reason for its cancellation rumors was because to its creator Ryan Murphy.
As being cited by GameNGuide, it was reported that the "American Horror Story" creator, Ryan Murphy looked like he's having trouble in making new storylines for its upcoming series. It seemed that on its seventh season, the storylines would be quite the same as its previous season.
On the other hand, the previous season of "American Horror Story" seemed to have a recap of the show's past seasons. Besides, it was shown that on the season 6 finale of FX TV series its ending was quiet monotonous. It was not yet confirmed by the showrunners if season 7 would be cancelled.
On an exclusive interview with Murphy with Entertainment Weekly, he said that he's currently doing storylines on the upcoming seventh season of "American Horror Story". Besides, he stated that he's been busy plotting a converted season on the FX TV series.
"It's my secret season," he said. "I've been working with a writer on a season that only he and I know. It's like a two-year project that we'll continue to work on the sly and not tell anybody," he added. With his statement, it could be confirmed that "American Horror Stories" season 7 would not be cancelled anymore.
"American Horror Stories" Season 7 was recently renewed by FX Network. Stay tuned for more upcoming updates!