Fans of the hit show "American Horror Story" were pleased to hear that the spooky show has been picked up for a fourth season. With so much action thus far in season three, many fans are wondering what the rest of the season holds, and what's in store for the coming season. To see what show co-creator Ryan Murphy has to say about the next episodes of "American Horror Story" read on, but be aware there are spoilers below.
The most recent episode of "American Horror Story" saw Myrtle burned at the stake in an unfortunate and horrific turn. Many fans are wondering if Myrtle could ever return to the show. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Ryan Murphy addressed this concern.
"I love the shot of Misty approaching and Myrtle's blue eyes opening up. Myrtle has to have vengeance on that Fiona. She is the one of all of them who is the most invested in saving that coven and doing the right thing, so she comes back in a major way," Murphy revealed. "But she was very strict and by the book and I think after being burnt at the stake, it does sort of make you be sort of be like, 'You know what about the rules? F' it. I'm gonna do what I wanna do.' So we will see a quite unhinged, dangerous Myrtle. Fiona is just making enemies at every turn. So that is all building to a head."
Audiences also now know that the corpse of Madison is concealed in Spalding's car. Murphy provided some insight into what happens next in that plot line.
"She's just like a sad little Raggedy Ann doll. He obviously has to be brought to justice for his dark deeds -- that cannot stand. Madison has turned out to be quite the audience favorite, but we always knew it would be. In the next episode, we deal with the Madison of it all. There's a lot," he said to Entertainment Weekly.
When asked if he knew what was in store for the fourth season, Murphy was relatively tight-lipped, but provided some hints.
"Usually what always happens with the show is I have two very strong ideas that I've been sort of working on, and right around this time is when I'm figuring it out. But I do have a pretty strong one I love that I'm interested in," Murphy said.