There’s an “Asylum” easter egg during the new preview for “American Horror Story” and we have questions

The preview for the next episode of American Horror Story is…shall we say, interesting. At halfway through the season, we’re supposedly getting some sort of ~big twist~, and judging by the preview for “Chapter 6,” it’s going to have something to do with the behind-the-scenes documentary crew.

The preview for “Chapter 6” also might have just tipped its hat at Season 2 of American Horror Story: Asylum, and now we’ve got a lot of follow up questions.

Though short, the preview for “Chapter 6” quickly establishes that we’re going to see Cheyenne Jackson’s “My Roanoke Nightmare” producer, and his camera crew. During the preview, he tells his crew, “The camera never stops. No matter what anybody says. Even if I tell you to stop, you keep rolling, okay?”

While we haven't heard this *exact* command before, we've heard something pretty close. During Season 2, when Lana Winters heads back to Briarcliff with her own camera crew, she gives them the same direction:


There’s been a lot of speculation since Episode 5, “Chapter 5,” that there’s still another twist within the AHS twist. We might not only get to see the back end of the “My Roanoke Nightmare” but ALL of American Horror Story might be a documentary, and we’ve been completely oblivious to it this whole time. The twist might not just be about this season, but every single season ever done. Might this quick comment from the “My Roanoke Producer” confirm that yes, everything we’ve ever seen was all done ~for the camera~?

Or nah?

Or maybe that’s not the twist whatsoever, and we’re just driving ourselves mad trying to figure it out out before “Chapter 6.” Maybe it’s just a coincidence that these two producers from two different seasons have told their crews to keep filming no matter what horror comes their way.