Think you finally know what's happening on "American Horror Story" Season 6, aka AHS: Roanoke? Think again! And then give up, 'cause you will never tame Ryan Murphy's sorcery.

After successfully leading fans down false trails before the start of AHS, Murphy and company now have viewers following a supernatural reality show called "My Roanoke Nightmare." The AHS actors play a terrorized couple in an old farmhouse (Lily Rabe as Shelby and André Holland as Matt, with Adina Porter as Matt's sister Lee), with other stars as reenactors (Sarah Paulson, Cuba Gooding Jr., and Angela Bassett) playing back the scenes for the fake reality show.

But hold on, 'cause things will soon change. At this point, Chapter 3 is set to air on September 28, but Murphy warned that a major twist will shake the show when Chapter 6 airs (as directed by Angela Bassett) on October 19.

Here's that section of Entertainment Weekly's new cover story:

"But even TMZ couldn't spoil AHS: Roanoke's huge surprise. Halfway through the season, Roanoke will flip everything on its head. 'Starting in Episode 6 the show has a huge turn, and the thing that you think you're watching is not what you're watching,' says Murphy."

Co-creator Brad Falchuk said (via The Hollywood Reporter) that the season can be broken down into episodes one through five, six through nine, and then 10. "No matter what you think it is, it's not that. Episode 6 comes and you're like, 'Wait! What happened?'"

Considering we barely know what we think we're watching now, we won't be too shocked to learn it isn't quite right either. This thing needs to come with a handbook.

Cuba Gooding Jr., who plays the Matt Miller reenactor, also teased twists ahead (via Vanity Fair): "When you see this season, you'll realize how to interpret that 'Twilight Zone' idea to an entire other level. When your head goes 'boom' and you've got brains all over the wall, you're going to be like, 'Motherf---ing Cuba Gooding Jr.' I wish I could tell you when it happens, but I can't."

No clue what he means, but there are theories. And they're probably wrong because most of us are not crazy enough to tap into this madness.

"American Horror Story: Roanoke" airs Wednesdays at 10 p.m. on FX.

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