It only took the better part of forever, but American Horror Story finally dropped its sixth season opener on audiences, and it was a doozy of Ryan Murphy proportions in every way. We finally learned that the season will focus on a docu-series (at the very least) about some troubled people, and we learned a LOT more than that during the episode, which should have been at least 90 minutes. Here were the four biggest shocks "Chapter 1" had to offer.

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After going so long without really knowing what American Horror Story Season 6 was going to be about, I guess anything could have shocked me, really. But learning that it's all (seemingly) about a couple living on haunted land in Roanoke was still a jolt to the senses, especially considering just how many genre elements (from paranormal shit to bearded rednecks) were used to make it clear the area is quite unwelcoming for the Millers, played by Lily Rabe/Sarah Paulson and Andre Holland/Cuba Gooding, Jr. I'm not quite sure I fully understand what's happening here, but it's all dangerous.

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