Details surrounding the upcoming season of American Horror Story have been shrouded in mystery, with red-herring trailers popping up every so often, just to throw anyone who might have cottoned onto the plot off the scent.
However, nothing in the world of TV can remain a secret for long, and one actor seems to have let the cat out of the bag and revealed that he will be appearing in the show - and if you're a fan of the later seasons of Glee, he'll be a familiar face to you.
According to Digital Spy, actor Jacob Artist, who played Puck's younger brother Jake in the hit musical comedy series, posted a now-deleted photo of his American Horror Story script to Instagram, seemingly confirming that he will pop up at least once in the series.
For the past few months, the show's producers have been purposefully misleading fans of the show with trailers that show everything from insects to aliens, with the intention of keeping the sixth season's theme under wraps until it kicks off this today (September 14).
However, the season's title seemingly leaked in August, giving audiences clues about what to expect from this year's series.
American Horror Story season six begins today (September 14) on FX in the US.