American Horror Story season 7 adds Arrow's Colton Haynes

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We're not surprised to hear Haynes feels right at home on set.

Ryan Murphy has revealed another addition to the seventh season of his FX series American Horror Story.

After many vague answers from creator Ryan Murphy, the theme for season seven has been confirmed as the presidential election of 2016 and those "who don't have a voice in our culture".

Other new cast members include Leslie Grossman and Billy Eichner, making for one eclectic and standout cast. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Hillary Clinton and President Donald Trump will not be official characters but the season picks up the day after election night.

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Bring it on, we say. The actor shared the same photo Murphy did, adding that he's excited to be part of the AHS family. He's also appeared on the comedy series The Grinder, but is best known for his roles on MTV's Teen Wolf and The CW's Arrow.

American Horror Story season 7 premieres this September on FX. Fox also confirmed AHS veterans Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters to return, though in unspecified roles.

Stephen Amell and Colton Haynes in Arrow (2012).

Last month, Murphy teased fans with an image of an elephant mask from the upcoming season, which could be interpreted as a reference to the Republican party. Reports allege that the first episode takes place on Election Night. "Which in itself was a horror story, so it's like a horror story upon a horror story".