‘American Horror Story: Cult’ is Evan Peters’ ‘greatest AHS role to date,’ teases Ryan Murphy

American Horror Story” fans, get ready to see even more of Evan Peters this year. Producer Ryan Murphy just teased on Instagram about Peters’ upcoming “American Horror Story: Cult” role of Kai, “I think — and he agrees — that his upcoming Kai is his greatest ‘AHS’ role to date.” That’s quite impressive praise indeed, as Peters has played some truly great characters over the past six seasons. Are you excited for “AHS: Cult”? Vote in our poll at the bottom of this post.

Murphy’s Instagram post was accompanied by fan-made artwork (see below) showcasing all of Peters’ previous six “AHS” characters: school shooter Tate Langdon in “Murder House,” inmate Kit Walker in “Asylum,” innocent student Kyle Spencer in “Coven,” lobster boy Jimmy Darling in “Freak Show,” serial killer James Patrick March in “Hotel” and American actor Rory Monahan in “Roanoke.”

Not much is known about Peters’ “Cult” character of Kai, but early teasers suggest he may involved in an election-themed love story with Sarah Paulson‘s Ally Mayfair-Richards. Peters and Paulson are the only two performers to star in all seven installments of FX’s award-winning “American Horror Story” franchise.

Other cast members expected to pop up in “American Horror Story: Cult” are Billie Lourd as Winter Anderson, Cheyenne Jackson as Dr. Rudy Vincent, Colton Haynes as Detective Samuels, Alison Pill as Ivy Mayfair-Richards, 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.

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 popular show add anymore trophies to its overall total of 15 wins over the past five years?

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