UPDATE 3:21 P.M. EST: Kanye West was spilling all sorts of tea about Jay Z.
He could be heard yelling mid-concert:
Yikes! You can watch the tense moment for yourself (below):
While some fans predicted this type of twist at the beginning of the season, we couldn't help but feel satisfied with the narrative curveball of swapping the docuseries format in My Roanoke Nightmare (the first five episodes of the season) for a found footage scarefest a la Paranormal Activity.
So just what new stories, characters, and deaths did the twist add to the season's already complex storyline in Wednesday's episode?
It all started off with
What happens in the woods doesn't always stay in the woods!
Wednesday's episode of American Horror Story: Roanoke may have not given too many hints about the season's unusual format, but the haunting hour still managed to gross us out!
The latest chapter of the horror anthology gave a little backstory on the settlers haunting Sarah Paulson and Cuba Gooding Jr., showed a glimpse behind the scenes of the show-within-a-show My Roanoke Nightmare, and featured the biggest WTF moment of the season courtesy of Lady GaGa!
Joining Lee (Angela Bassett) in search of her missing
About a month ago, we were given the first teaser image for the upcoming season of one of our favorite spooky shows, and yesterday's teasers pretty much confirmed that we're getting a farmhouse setting — but what about Lady GaGa?!
Ch-ch-check out the chilling new teaser for the upcoming season (below) and let us know if you're as stoked for more Horror Story as we are!
Oh, the horror!!!
While we knew Murder House, Asylum, Coven, Freak Show, and Hotel long before their usual October premieres, all we really knew about the 2016 anthology installment was that it had something to do with children… until now, that is.
That's because we were FINALLY treated to new AHS teasers on Wednesday, and they basically solidify that Evan Peters, Denis O'Hare, Kathy Bates, Angela Bassett, Finn Wittrock, Wes Bentley, Matt Bomer, Lady GaGa, Cheyenne Jackson, and Leslie Jordan will be busy trying to survive a farmhouse of some kind this September!
We're getting a very Children of the Corn-meets-Texas Chainsaw Massacre vibe here… and we're very into the idea of the FX series getting back to its horror roots!
Ch-ch-check out all three teasers for AHS:6 before it premieres Wednesday, September 14 at 10 p.m. EST on FX (below)!!!
And now, despite details being kept under lock and key, we FINALLY have our first clue to what season six could be about!
Unfortunately there's no production pics yet, but AHS did update their social media accounts with a new image that teases season six…
It's ON… and poppin'!
Max Greenfield always tickles our funny bone playing Schmidt on New Girl, but this fall he will be making the genre jump from comedy to horror!
Murphy took to Twitter to announce the casting news on Monday: