‘American Horror Story’ Is Roping In A ‘Glee’ Alum For Mysterious Season 6 Role

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American Horror Story is adding a little more glee to its cast this season with the addition of the Glee alum, Jacob Artist!

With the FX series’ season 6 premiere right around the corner (Sept. 14), every little clue to what will happen during the show gets us more and more excited to tune in — particularly seeing as the theme has yet to be announced.

Like the show itself, Artist’s announcement about joining the cast, was shrouded in mystery. Would you really expect anything less from someone attached to the secretive series?

What we do know is that Artist, who played Jake Puckerman on Glee, will be teaming back up with the musical show creator, Ryan Murphy, who is the creative mastermind behind AHS.

 

 

“Day 1,” Artist, who is also on Quantico, teased along with a photo of his script for the show on Sunday. Not only was his caption vague, but the script itself was semi-covered, leading to even more questions than answers.

Who will Artist play? Will he be alive or dead? What is this season even really about? All of these questions and more are running through our minds, but at least we do know that if there’s any singing involved, Artist will nail it!

The 23-year-old actor, however, isn’t the first Glee actor to team up with Murphy on one of his hit series. Rachel Berry – we mean – Lea Michele has been working on Scream Queens with Murphy since the show began in 2015, while Darren Criss appeared on American Horror Story: Hotel for two episodes.

(H/T TVLine)

American Horror Story premieres tomorrow on FX at 10 p.m.

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