Evan Peters Has An Out-Of-This-World Idea For 'AHS' Season 6

Mr. March wants to take his crazy to space next.

Earth isn't big enough for Evan Peters' "American Horror Story" ambitions, everybody. He wants to take this thrill ride on a journey far far away next season.

Yes, we mean outer space. And you know what? It's not that bad of an idea, actually.

Evan Peters chatted with Vulture about his shiver-inducing debut on "AHS: Hotel" on Wednesday (Oct. 14) night, and apparently he's been pushing for the show to go out of orbit in a totally different way.

"I keep pitching that it should be in space because I think the contained thing in space is really scary!" he explained. "It's not as sexy as some of these past seasons, but space is very intense, and there are a lot of things that can go wrong. Alien creatures. People going crazy up there. There's a lot that could happen. And it could look cool."

And Peters definitely agrees that this idea could incorporate the aliens that randomly came into play in "AHS: Asylum" -- because, seriously. WTF with those things?!


"We'd get to have closure with them. Figure out what happened there!" says Peters.

Peters' pitch, it seems, is for the space season to take place on a space station -- something like "Aliens" meets "The Martian," perhaps? And the crew would be comprised of a bunch of oddball characters (of course), including "the smartass one, the genius brainy one, the leader" and the like.

Which means Lady Gaga would finally get her chance at universe ~domination~, just like it was always meant to be. And there'd be plenty of little monsters buzzing about, we're sure.

Not to mention, the show's signature homages to scary movies would have some fresh material to draw from -- hellooooo "Event Horizon," SCREAM.

We're into it. Beam us up, Ryan Murphy!