Ok you guys wipe those tears and turn those frowns upside down.
As you all know, and for those of you who don't know, The Murder House story is done The harmons are done, and unanswerd questions will remain unanswered.
Ok so first let's adress that.
I understand completely the disappoinment many of you are feeling. We, including myself, have invested are intrigue in some very well written characters, Constance really stole my heart. And they left us with a cliffhanger and for some a few un answered questions.
However, This format is genuis in my opinion. New story new locale it's all good in my book. Simply because the show can never get stale. The harmon's story would eventually have run it's course and quite frankly it would have went into some serious cliche territory. A little kid who kills people, who is possibly the anti christ. Can anyone say "The Omen" "The Orphanage".
This is a type of story telling that i have come by before, and it is especially favored in horror stories. Some questions are not meant to be answered, some stories are not meant to be finished. It adds to the mystery and dark mythology of the murder house. What is it? Why is it? How is it? etc. Your imagination will have to fill in the blanks.
It's an acquired taste, this kind of story telling, some people can hang others hate it. In Ryan's defense from what I remember it was stated that this was the course of the show from day 1. So hey!
Now to address the new season.
From what I hear it's not all a new cast, only the main cast is getting the boot. So the supporting cast will apperantly be returning but as totally new characters. I find this so fascinating. I really do want to see a new story with them in it.
And even if they are not in it, I still want to see a new story. It's fun. it's different. Short and sweet is sometimes better that long and drawn out.
It's really not as bad as you guys think. American Horror Story still has a lot to offer, and I think they really have a great concept for how the show it's self functions.
And one more thing and this may delight a few people... I heard from quite a few people, both on here and in my close relations that Ryan Murphy likes pranks, and that this whole canning of the story and the cast could be a him pulling out tails.