[PHOTOS] ‘American Horror Story: Roanoke’: FX releases 9 cast images of Lady Gaga, Sarah Paulson …

American Horror Story: Roanoke” fans, are you having trouble keeping track of your Millers, Butchers and Scathachs on the sixth installment of FX’s frightening franchise? Rest assured, the cable network has just released nine images from Season 6 depicting many of the actors in their devilish glory. Click through the photo gallery above.

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Returning cast members from previous “American Horror Story” cycles include Sarah Paulson, Kathy Bates, Angela Bassett, Lily Rabe, Denis O’Hare, Wes Bentley and Lady Gaga. Among the new faces to the anthology series are Cuba Gooding Jr. and Andre Holland.

With “AHS: Roanoke” at its halfway point, reaction so far couldn’t be stronger. Earlier this month, fans voted in our poll and confirmed that Season 6 is the best installment since “American Horror Story: Asylum” four years ago. Viewership ratings are also up after the weak “AHS: Hotel” season last year.

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The first five seasons of “American Horror Story” netted a total of 15 Emmy Awards. Here’s a list of the franchise’s wins so far:

“American Horror Story: Murder House” (2012)
Best Supporting Actress (Jessica Lange)
Best Hairstyling

“American Horror Story: Asylum” (2013)
Best Supporting Actor (James Cromwell)
Best Sound Editing

“American Horror Story: Coven” (2014)
Best Actress (Lange)
Best Supporting Actress (Bates)
Best Costumes
Best Hairstyling

“American Horror Story: Freak Show” (2015)
Best Costumes
Best Hairstyling
Best Non-Prosthetic Makeup
Best Prosthetic Makeup
Best Supporting Visual Effects

“American Horror Story: Hotel” (2016)
Best Contemporary Costumes
Best Non-Prosthetic Makeup

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