Halloween has come a little early for Cheyenne Jackson — the actor has confirmed he'll return to American Horror Story for the show's sixth season.

In an interview with Out published yesterday (June 27), Jackson, who played Season 5's Cortez Hotel owner, Will Drake, said he's put his current touring schedule on hold so that he can film AHS. In fact, the cameras are already up.

Still, he's not saying much about what will come.

"[It's] just different. You’ll see," he said. "Wild horses wouldn’t make me reveal the plot."

Thankfully, series creator Ryan Murphy has already given small hints about Season 6 at Los Angeles’ PaleyFest in March, and noted the characters could skew a lot younger next time around.

“Both ideas that we’re working on now do have elements of children [in them],” he said, according to Mashable. “I think both things that we’re writing right now — we haven’t declared yet a winner — will have a different form than we’ve ever done. So we’re excited about that.”

And while Jackson and other stars ready their return (Lady Gaga and Angela Bassett are both on board, too), veteran actress Jessica Lange confirmed to Charlie Rose in May that her time on the horror series has reached its conclusion.

"I had four years with that, four seasons, and each year was a marvelous character,” Lange said. “I mean, everything changed from one year to another which made it very interesting for me. But no, I mean — I think sometimes you come to the end of something and it has had its natural [end]."

And if all this isn't enough to tide AHS fans over, the show has unveiled a brand new, creepy logo via its Twitter account:


As long as it's not succeeded by an additional pair of 6s...

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