FX’s “American Horror Story” is yet to return but the rumor mills are busy giving hints as to what fans might expect in the sixth season. The latest speculation describes the next season as being claustrophobic. Furthermore, it is rumored that the show might air two seasons this year.

In an interview with The Wrap, Finn Wittrock, who starred in previous seasons “Freak Show” and “Hotel,” gave his own prediction on what the next season will be like and described it as “a little tighter” with “a smaller cast.”

“I have heard it is going to be a little tighter — there were so many story lines in the last one and it was so big and epic, I have a feeling it might be a little more claustrophobic. A smaller cast,” he said in the interview.

His statement also fueled speculations that the actor was speaking metaphorically about the storyline. They say that instead of the usual complicated and scattered storylines which often leave viewers confused, the storylines will be lesser and more focused. This will allow fans to pay more attention and enjoy the stories, instead of spending more time guessing what will happen and how each character is intertwined together.

Aside from this, Wittrock also revealed that he is not officially part of season 6 yet, although he has expressed interest in doing some episodes for the show again. He added that everything is not finalized yet, reasoning that it could be the strategy of the show to keep everyone in the dark so that no spoilers will be revealed.

He cited that the same situation happened last year when he was cast in one of the episodes, saying he didn’t know about it only until a few months before shooting began.

Aside from this, there is another speculation that the creators of the show are thinking of delivering two seasons this year instead of one. However, they remain to be rumors as there are no official announcements yet.


Although “Better Call Saul” is hinged on its parent series “Breaking Bad,” co-creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould believe that there’s more to Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk) than what has been established.

During the Vulture Festival, the duo was asked about the prospect of telling new stories behind Saul Goodman’s dark inevitable future in “Breaking Bad.”

Gould believes that while there’s the challenge of following the continuity established by “Breaking Bad,” Saul Goodman’s yarn could be further spun in “Better Call Saul” season 3.

“We see ‘Gene’ in Omaha, Nebraska, and to me that hints that maybe there’s more to the story after Breaking Bad, so we’ll see,” Gould teased via Den of Geek, adding “I don’t think anything is predetermined.”

Gene was the new name Saul gave to himself when he started a new life in Omaha, Nebraska. There, he was working the counter at a shopping mall. From what Gould has said, “Better Call Saul” might show what happens after this.

“Better Call Saul” is headed for season 3. So far, there’s no sign of the show veering away from “Breaking Bad.” In fact, the new season will further delve into the events that led to Saul becoming who he is in the parent series.

Gus Fring (Giancarlo Esposito) from “Breaking Bad” is expected to play a major part in “Better Call Saul” season 3. However, he won’t appear on the get-go, but he has already been established in the “Better Call Saul” universe. His actions will definitely affect Saul directly or indirectly. It is expected that the drug lord and restaurateur will show his face towards the end of “Better Call Saul” season 3.

There are also rumors that Aaron Paul will also reprise his iconic “Breaking Bad” role Jesse Pinkman at some point in “Better Call Saul.” The actor has already expressed his interest, but nothing has been confirmed yet.

“Better Call Saul” season 3 is expected to premiere early next year.


Ecumencial News Reported that Finn may be not in season 6 of our favourite Tv series

According to a report of Ecumenical News, the upcoming season will more likely be a claustrophobic-themed series with children as its main characters.

In an interview with one of the stars of the series, Finn Wittrock, American Horror Story Season 6 will most likely be featuring quite a small cast members’ list, making the show a little tighter compared to the previous seasons. Wittrock played roles in the Freak Show and Hotel seasons.

According to the actor, the past installments of the series were too big with too many storylines. This season might be a new one as the production will probably keep the show with fewer characters and a tighter and more claustrophobic story compared to the other seasons.


We’ve got an extended summer season forward without any new instances of The Vampire Diaries, but Ian Somerhalder and Paul Wesley are assisting us get through it.

The two dished some spoilers about Season 8 at the CW Upfronts, and also exposed just what they’ll be up to during the break, so appreciate these teases.

“I appreciate the powerful of the two bros being the antithesis of one another,” John said when inquired about Damon Salvatore’s go back to the down part and Stefan Salvatore’s pursuit to avoid wasting the day.

“I always experienced like I want to be the bad one, but I do think it’s awesome when one of them is type of dropped off the part and the other one is a little more the perspective of the viewers,” he ongoing. “It’s awesome to polarize it that way.”

In the meanwhile, the 33-year-old is doing a “fun and experimental” off-Broadway perform known as Cal in Camouflage in NYC’s Western Town june (which needed him to develop some studly face hair) so he’s maintaining active.

When the job interviewer known as pick up of TVD the last, John easily reacted that this isn’t something he knows yet. Ian, on the other side, said there’s “one more year to tell this tale.”

While the 37-year-old acting professional didn’t leak too much about what’s down the direction for the display, he did leak an lovely piece that he’ll be discussing “lots of relax time” with spouse Nikki Reed.

The Vampire Diaries Season 8 initial this drop on The CW.


Young Ned Stark returns in Game of Thrones season 6 on Sunday night, and you know what that (probably) means *POTENTIAL SPOILERS AHEAD*.

Actor Robert Aramayo is confirmed to appear in episode 6 ‘Blood of my Blood’ on IMDb, while a recent hometown hero story on him in the Hull Daily Mail confirmed: ‘He will appear again briefly in episode six before another significant showing in episode ten.’

Given the Tower of Joy scene was cut infuriatingly short in episode 3, it stands to reason that the next time we see Young Ned he will actually be inside the tower.

I probably don’t have to tell you how important this is, and how it will probably shape the final season of the show (though there’s an explainer along with secondary theories on it here if you need them).

Fingers crossed episode 6 sees Bran witness his father learning Jon Snow’s true parentage and making his promise to Lyanna, and the episode 10 appearance is related to something else, or comes as Bran manages to get the news to Jon of his true identity.

However, given how brief a look at the Tower of Joy we got in episode 3, it’s possible the show will again cut the flashback off early. This could be down to Bran struggling to control his visions without the assistance of the Three-Eyed Raven, or simply because he is interrupted by pursuing White Walkers.

The trailer for the episode indeed confirms that, despite Hodor’s sacrifice, Bran and Meera won’t be home free yet, and when matched with the original season 6 trailer, it suggests that it is Bran’s uncle Benjen Stark, who we last saw guiding Jon Snow to the Wall seasons ago, coming to their rescue.

Neither the trailer nor the episode synopsis (‘An old foe comes back into the picture. Gilly meets Sam’s family. Arya faces a difficult choice. Jaime faces off against the High Sparrow’) references the Tower of Joy, but HBO nearly always omits the episodes’ biggest moments from these.

Bran’s subplot has become incredibly complicated this season, with the time-travelling elements adding weight to several popular fan theories.


During the Season 3 finale of The Originals, Klaus was left in a comatose state and locked away in a tomb. Meanwhile, the rest of the Mikaelson siblings wait in a safe place until Hayley (Phoebe Tonkin) can save them.

The Originals executive producer Michael Narducci told Entertainment Weekly regarding Klaus, “and when we see him again, will that choice to be selfless, which resulted in so much pain and agony and solitude — the thing that he fears most — will that actually make him even more of a monster? And remember, he won’t have Cami to help him. That’s going to be one of the great things to play. I’m not saying that we’re going to see Klaus backslide to his most terrible version, but I’m saying that threat exists, and I’m very curious to see who Klaus will be when we see him again.

Well it’s so clear after season 3 Finale when marcel will see that Elijah’s sire Vampire are still alive he will figure that out that elijah is not Dead …

One question which pop in my head after watching season 3 finale is

So marcel will remain their enemy forever ? just like their Father Mikael ?

Give us your answer in comment box or share any thoughts you have about season 4….. i will make a report on your suggestions 🙂