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The promised surprise twist is revealed in "Chapter 6" of Roanoke, creating a solid -- and even scarier -- turn of events while splitting the season in two.
This twist also serves to highlight one of the major flaws from the "My Roanoke Nightmare" episodes, which were slow and repetitive as hell.
All in all, "Chapter 6" is a promising start to the back half of the season. It's too late for Season 6 to be declared a complete success, but it might be able to pull up from its nosedive.
Well, I have to hand it to him, Mr. Murphy really delivered this time.
[It's] a very calculated, sort of fiendishly brilliant re-jig of narrative structure working on the logic of - why have one new season of American Horror Story when you can get more bang for your buck with two?
As promised, Chapter 6 offered a massive twist, and it didn't even wait until the last 20 minutes to get crazy.
It was [the] sort of "Reality TV" wrangling that gave the episode its best moments
This is intriguing. Again, it's a wait-and-see game when it comes to this new premise delivering the goods, but the training wheels are off.
This "real" version of the Roanoke Nightmare is already about 10 times scarier than the version we've already seen.
I legitimately love this reality show redux twist. Admittedly, I wasn't entirely confident that AHS could pull off this sort of mid-stream switch-up. But this episode was so much fun to watch.
The game-changing twist is here, and everything we know is wrong.
Ryan Murphy keeps sadistically torturing us with tension. I am ravenous for more.
Pretty solid work from Ryan Murphy this time around, I gotta admit.