In line with the latest season of American Horror Story, FOX has a brand new reality show - Freak Show - which it is bringing to television screens in the UK next month.
Hoping to redefine the word 'freak' and celebrate human oddities, the Freak Show opens its doors to all curious enough to venture there, and now you can see just what they have to offer from the comfort of your home.
We've taken a look at who we'll be meeting on the series - check out the faces soon to become familiar below.
Todd Ray - 'The Boss'
Previously a hugely successful music producer, Todd has in the past worked with the likes of Mick Jagger and The Beastie Boys, but despite his musical accolades he's decided now to go in a completely different creative direction. Putting the music side of things behind him, he's searched the world for animal anomalies, bizarre artefacts and people who possess unusual traits as well as astounding talents. Founding The Venice Beach Freak Show in 2006, his motto is to embrace the word "freak" as a positive rebuttal to "normal" and the pressures of conformity in society. Todd says for him, the work 'freak' refers to: "the most special, the most unique, the most magical creatures in the universe."
Danielle Ray - 'Freak Show Mama'
Dedicated wife of Todd, Danielle runs the front desk at the Freak Show alongside the family's pet dog Rocky - who just so happens to possess a fifth leg. Making sure everybody is happy, she's the self-confessed mother of the show, ensuring both customers, performers and animals have a smile on their faces. Proud of what the show stands for, she describes it as: "a place for a lot of people to be part of a family and fit in... everyone is accepted at the Freak Show. That's what we're about."
Asia Ray - 'The Vivacious Daughter'
21-year-old daughter to Todd and Danielle, she's a self-taught performer professionally known as both 'The Rubber Girl' and 'The Electric Lady'. Eating fire on-stage, she cuts a great figure with retro-styled outfits and a movie-star hairdo that would slot right into the 1940's. She says of her experience in the show: "I'm fascinated by the female performers in early sideshows; they had such style and grace... to be a woman that can dress and behave with class, but also do extremely badass, crazy stunts - that's what I'm striving toward."
Phoenix Ray - 'The Money Man'
Another member of the family, Phoenix is the 18-year-old son who co-owns The Venice Beach Freak Show, collecting the admission money from all the visitors who walk through the doors. The weekends aren't what usual teens his age do, for Phoenix it's time for work. Meeting new people at the show or travelling to pick up the latest new obscure animal, he says: "It's inspiring to watch the performers go onstage, with the audience clapping and excited to see what they're going to do in their acts".
Amazing Ali - 'The Friendly Face of the Freak Show'
'Amazing Ali' Chapman is just 3 feet 5 inches tall, but with a confidence that ensures she's one of the welcoming faces of the show. Greeting visitors as they walk on-site, she snaps pictures with them before going on to host the live show in-between performances. Speaking about her heigh she asserts: "I'm very happy to be who I am, and show others that it's okay to be different. Because we're different; we're all unique. I just wear my uniqueness on the outside."
George Bell - 'The second tallest man in America'
For three years the Guinness Book of World Records recognised George Bell as the tallest man in America, but today he's now been moved to second place. Standing at a mighty 7 feet 8 inches, he's enjoyed careers as both a basketball player and law enforcement officer, but went on to join the show. His role is to be himself at the event, mingling with the customers and taking pictures with those who want them. Of his experience so far, George says: "I've been amazed by all the live animals - a two-headed snake, a two-headed turtle... I've been amazed by the sideshow crew, all these unique people you can see in one place".
Marcus - 'The Creature'
As one of the world's most tattooed and pierced individuals, Marcus is covered from head to toe in ink, spikes, rings and more, with most of his body design done by himself, inspired by the story of his own life. Intrigued by traditions and tribal cultures, he sees body art as natural, as it's what our forefathers did. A firm fan favourite, he's excited for a wider audience to see what's on display, saying: "Everything you'd see in a Guinness book or 'Ripley's Believe It or Not', we're bringing it to you live. All the things you might've just heard about but never seen, like sword-swallowing, you'll see it here. There's real dedication behind this, no tricks, no cameras."
Morgue - 'The Sleek Shock-Artist'
With some deeply unsettling performances, Morgue uses to name just a few items, hooks, billiard balls, needles and power tools to enter and exit different areas of his face and body. Morgue experimented from a young age with magic and dangerous stunts, self-teaching himself gruesome tricks such as pain infliction on himself, and controlled regurgitation. Of his act Morgue explains: "My act isn't shock for shock's sake. There's a purpose. It's to show people that there are different ways of expressing yourself".
Jessa - 'The Bearded Lady'
With a beard that began to grown in her early teens, Jessa decided to embrace her natural oddity and discover more about the fascinating past history of the bearded lady in carnivals and side-shows. A real presence among those at the show, she greets visitors as they enter and answer any questions they may have. Jessa's decision to join the Freak Show was made in a bid to enlighten and empower those who need a boost, showing the world that this particular wonder still exists. She says: "...whatever is weird or odd or strange or whatever you think makes you a freak, celebrate it. Everyone has their beard. Wear it well".
Freak Show launches at 10pm on Wednesday, November 26 on FOX