American Horror Story Fans Offer the Only Way the Show Can Stay Afloat
American Horror Story needs a spinoff, fans say. Here’s why.
- Fans suggest a new spin-off of American Horror Story called European Horror Story set in different European countries each season.
- Each season would explore unique historical and cultural themes.
- Some fans propose connecting this spin-off to the existing AHS universe.
While waiting for the second part of Delicate, American Horror Story’s latest season, fans of the show seem to agree on one thing: they need something new and fresh, and they are happy to share their ideas.
AHS Fans Have a Great Idea for a Fresh Setting for the Show
The idea is simple yet brilliant. A fan on Reddit came up with “European Horror Story.” Each season of this proposed European Horror Story would be set in a different European country — think Spain, France, Italy, Germany, the UK, Ireland, and more.
Europe's history is a goldmine of potential stories, and each one would surely have its own flavor and background. Just think about it: a season exploring the dark times of the Spanish Inquisition, the tales of the French Revolution, or the haunting stories of Nazi Germany. The potential is limitless.
They could cover everything from the stories about Vlad the Impaler to the shady Sicilian Mafia. Each season could be a super detailed exploration of all the myths, legends, and real-life stuff that have made Europe's culture what it is.
European Horror Story Would Be a Great Addition to the AHS Universe
Some fans even think this European spin-off could be pretty clever by connecting to the AHS universe we already know. They're talking about the backstories of characters like Scathach from Roanoke or making links to other seasons.
Mixing all these stories together could make for a really cool tapestry that pays tribute to the original series while also venturing into fresh and thrilling territory.
Why the AHS Spinoff Could Be a Game-Changer for the Series
This concept could be a game-changer for AHS. It offers a way to keep the series fresh and exciting, expanding its horizons beyond the American context.
By exploring new settings and stories, AHS could attract a broader audience and offer something new to long-time fans. Plus, the emphasis on authentic storytelling and diverse perspectives could elevate the series, making it not just a horror show but a platform for cultural exploration and understanding.