Of course, the creepiest, most effective parts of each season of AHS are usually the highly evocative opening credits sequence, and it turns out that the seventh season's is among the creepiest title credits they have ever done.
It looks like three major motifs are represented here: the old AHS standby, death (a coffin, a bloody sink, a canine corpse); the clowns/dark carnival theme that's been in numerous season seven promos; and, as promised, heavy political overtones, with figures wearing Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton masks, a blood-drenched flag, and more. All of that looks mild, though, compared to the image of a dead pupper (ugh whyyyyy) that appears halfway through the sequence. Early rumors told us it would be based on the 2016 U.S. Presidential election, but every clue we've received since then seemed to point away from that. They look nearly cartoonish and like a cheap Halloween costume, but the setting is more than enough to make them look incredibly spooky. Roughly two weeks before the new season kicks off - September 5th!
While numerous characters have yet to be revealed, Ryan Murphy has confirmed that Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters will be playing the roles of Ali and Kai, whom he calls "a love story for the ages", meaning that the two American Horror Story fan favorite actors will be playing love interests for a second season in a row, which many die-hard fans are looking forward to seeing. "I think that will be interesting for a lot of people".
College Football preseason AP Poll
The Sooners, who are coming off a second straight Big 12 title and a Sugar Bowl victory, accumulated 1,170 points in the poll. No. 12 Auburn will open the season against Georgia Southern on September 2 at 6:30 p.m. central time at Jordan-Hare Stadium.
Kurt Busch scores top five result in 600th career Cup start
The No. 41 Stewart Haas Racing team struggled all weekend at BMS, but Busch would be rewarded for his patience and persistence. Afterward, the two were seated side-by-side in the media center. "It will be fun racing with him tomorrow". "Didn't remember.