Bring on ‘American Horror Story: Cult!’ say 84% of fans — Will Season 7 be scariest ‘AHS’ yet?

In our recent “American Horror Story” poll that asked whether fans were excited for the upcoming “AHS: Cult,” a whopping 84% said that “the anticipation is absolutely killing me!” To compare, 12% voted that they’ll have to “know more about it first” while 4% of hate-watchers think the show “should have been cancelled” years ago. Now that the Season 7 main titles have been unveiled (watch below), we have our first major peek into the world of “American Horror Story: Cult.” Do YOU think the Donald Trump/Hillary Clinton election theme will help make it the scariest season yet? Sound off down in the comments section.

Not much is known about the characters of “American Horror Story: Cult,” but the main titles have revealed the running order of cast members from the spooky new season. “AHS” stalwarts Sarah Paulson (as Ally Mayfair-Richards) and Evan Peters (as Kai Anderson) lead the new cast, with Cheyenne Jackson (as Dr. Rudy Vincent), Billie Lourd (as Winter Anderson) and Alison Pill (as Ivy Mayfair-Richards) also appearing as series regulars.

Known guest stars for “AHS: Cult” include Colton Haynes as Detective Samuels, Billy Eichner as Harrison Wilton, Leslie Grossman as Meadow Wilton, Adina Porter as Beverly Hope, Lena Dunham, Frances Conroy, Mare Winningham, Emma Roberts and Chaz Bono. Unfortunately, there’s no word yet on whether former Emmy winners Jessica Lange or Kathy Bates will be popping up in FX’s seventh installment.

Last season’s “American Horror Story: Roanoke” is currently nominated for four 2017 Emmy Awards: Best Hairstyling, Best Non-Prosthetic Makeup, Best Prosthetic Makeup and Best Sound Editing. Will the horror anthology series add anymore trophies to its overall total of 15 wins over the past five years?

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