Another set photo from “American Horror Story: Coven” has leaked and it will definitely leave viewers hanging.
The behind-the-scenes photo from season three of the FX miniseries comes courtesy of Facebook fan group AHS Comédia. Set in New Orleans, the picture shows three people dressed in white nightgowns hanging outside an old home. A glowing yellow/orange light illuminates the windows, creating the appearance that a fire may be burning inside the house (or it could just be set lights).
According to a translated caption from AHS Comédia, the people hanging are actually dolls. The fan who posted it believes the show may have been filming the dolls for an upcoming teaser trailer or possibly the opening credits.
Photos from the set of “American Horror Story: Coven” began leaking in early August. Fans were initially treated to a shot of Jessica Lange, Emma Roberts, Jamie Brewer, Taissa Farmiga and Gabourey Sidibe, all dressed in black on a the French Quarter street. Blogger VJ Brendan said "all the girls were walking in line behind Jessica and she was talking to all of them at once.” Jessica Lange will play a witch named Fiona when the series premieres on Wednesday, Oct. 9. However, it’s unknown if the other girls following her are witches or have the potential to possess power.
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“American Horror Story: Coven” will move back and forth in time as it tells the story of the fighting between the Salem witches and Voodoo witches. Fans have gotten peaks at the upcoming horror drama through teaser videos released on the official show Facebook page.
The first video, “Detention,” was released on Aug. 6 and showed eight girls levitating while facing a wall. “Pins And Needles,” the second video, was released on Aug. 8 and featured a woman sitting on her knees with three large pins sticking out of her. The third video, “Staircase,” was released on Aug. 15, and like “Detention,” showed a girl levitating … except upside down on a staircase.
“American Horror Story” season three will debut on FX on Wednesday, Oct. 9 at 10 p.m. Will you be tuning into “Coven?” Let us know in the comments section.