FX Edits ‘American Horror Story’ Episode in Wake of Las Vegas Taking pictures

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FX stated Monday (Oct. 9) it has made “substantial edits” to the opening scene of Tuesday’s American Horror Story: Cult sequence in gentle of the current tragedy in Las Vegas.

In a press release, the community stated the scene, which was filmed two months in the past and portrays “an incidence of gun violence,” was edited in deference to the Oct. 1 Las Vegas mass capturing that killed 58 individuals.

The edited model of the episode will air on the FX linear channel whereas the unedited model shall be obtainable by way of video on demand and FXNow.

The community’s assertion reads as follows:
In gentle of the tragedy final week in Las Vegas, Ryan Murphy and the producers of American Horror Story: Cult have chosen to make substantial edits to the opening scene of tomorrow night time’s episode (Tuesday, Oct. 10, 10 p.m. ET/PT). This opening, which was filmed two months in the past and which portrays an incidence of gun violence that has sadly develop into all too widespread in our nation, incorporates a sequence that some viewers may discover traumatic. Solely the edited model of the episode will air on the FX linear channel, whereas the unedited model of the episode shall be obtainable on the VOD platform of your cable, satellite tv for pc or telco supplier, in addition to on the FX Networks non-linear platforms, FXNOW and FX+.

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