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Evan Peters' Role in 'Cult' is 'Greatest' Yet

23 August 2017

After what has felt like a very protracted promotional cycle, a trailer has been released for American Horror Story: Cult, providing the clearest glimpse yet into what will likely be a very bad season of television. The trailer also gives viewers a first glimpse at Ally's partner, Ivy (Alison Pill).

Ally Mayfair-Richards, played by Sarah Paulson, starts screaming after it's announced in TV that Donald Trump is officially the next president.

As all American Horror Story fans know, one of the scariest parts of nearly every episode happens within the first few minutes - during the opening credits, that is.

It all starts in MI on 2016's election night, when Trump's win triggers a crippling phobia for Ally Mayfair Richards (Paulson) - her fear of clowns. This has us questioning Peter's role in the series, considering Kai in the trailer sounds like he's hellbent on creating terror through people's phobias, like Ally's coulrophobia (fear of clowns).

South Korean opposition calls on United States to share its nuclear arsenal
He said a resolution of the dispute through military force was "completely unacceptable". "I urge the North Korean authorities". But its comments appeared to signal a path to defuse the crisis by saying Kim would watch US conduct before giving his orders.

Fans can not handle themselves after watching the new trailer. But her son's new babysitter (Billie Lourd) appears to be into dark forces, and is laying some clown traps with the kid for. reasons.

In a line that seems pulled from the Joker's bag, Kai says, "If you get people scared enough, they will set the world on fire".

Emma Roberts, Billy Eichner, Colton Haynes, Cheyenne Jackson and Lena Dunham will appear in the new season, which follows American Horror Story: Roanoke.

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Evan Peters' Role in 'Cult' is 'Greatest' Yet