Don't worry, the next season of American Horror Story will have plenty of aliens, Nazis, and mutants
We have already accepted that the next chapter of American Horror Story won't feature any more ghosts who are obviously ghosts even though no one seems to believe that they are ghosts, and long ago bid farewell to first-season cast members like Dylan McDermott's naked ass (which has since left show business and begun looking into restaurant management). But there will, of course, be things to replace them—both slightly familiar things like Jessica Lange as Sister Jude, a nun charged with running a 1960s-era insane asylum, and newer things like Chloë Sevigny as a nymphomaniac and Maroon 5's Adam Levine as "guy you wouldn't mind seeing killed pretty soon." Also, according to this Entertainment Weekly cover story, "aliens, Nazis, and a serial killer named Bloody Face who wears a mask made out of his victims' skin along with black nightie and opera-length gloves" (who no doubt wonders why people don't call him "Sophisticated Glove Hands"), plus some mutated humans named "Raspers," created by James Cromwell's mad Nazi doctor character. And love! Don't forget the love.