The intimate secrets of American Horror Story's upcoming sixth season are being kept under lock and key as creator Ryan Murphy keeps fans in giddy suspense. But as the show's fall debut date inches closer, more details are starting to emerge.
In a new interview with Out magazine, Cheyenne Jackson — who played hotel owner Will Drake in the FX drama's fifth season — revealed that he'll not only be back for Season 6, but that the show has already started filming.
Jackson is the third AHS: Hotel alum to return to Murphy's annual house of horrors. In February, Angela Bassett revealed she was returning during an interview with Larry King, and Golden Globe winner Lady Gaga followed suit a month later.
Few other details are known about Season 6, though the show's official Twitter account was updated with new artwork on Monday, which could be a sign that more details are on the way.
As it stands, what little we know about the show comes from FX president John Landgraf, who teased in January during the winter TV previews that the new season was "set in the present" with "echoes of the past." Meanwhile, Murphy also revealed during the show's annual PaleyFest panel in Los Angeles that fans can expect more tie-ins to previous seasons of AHS.