‘American Horror Story': Michael, Cordelia or Mallory? Adina Porter Picks a Side – Kinda (Video)

“You know, Switzerland I think got it right,” “AHS: Apocalypse” star tells TheWrap, while trying to stay neutral

Last Updated: November 7, 2018 @ 1:07 PM

(Warning: This interview contains spoilers through Episode 107 of “American Horror Story: Apocalypse.”)

Decisions, decisions.

Dinah Stevens (Adina Porter) is trying to avoid taking sides on “American Horror Story: Apocalypse.” And so far, the voodoo-queen-turned-TV-star has been doing a pretty good job minding her own business in Outpost 3 for the first seven episodes of the eighth installment in the Ryan Murphy anthology series. And that’s partly because we haven’t actually revisited the bunker in a while.

But based on last week’s episode — which dove into Dinah’s backstory with the “Coven” witches and how she advised Cordelia (Sarah Paulson) to sacrifice her girls’ souls to give herself the power she needs to fight antichrist Michael Langdon (Cody Fern) in the coming battle, though the Supreme did not heed her warning — it looks like she’s going to need to join a team in the present day, and soon.

Porter sat down with TheWrap Tuesday to tell us if Dinah is going to stay out of this whole mess, now that she’s been brought back to life by her fellow witches in the Outpost — after everyone down there suffered a nasty case of death by poison apples.

“No, we won’t tap out,” Porter said in the interview above. “But you know, Dinah there was a whole speech that got cut… You know, Switzerland I think got it right. You know what I mean? Switzerland is always neutral, and then they just end up being on the side of the winner.”

So does that mean she knows who the winner here is going to be: antichrist Michael, current Supreme Cordelia or supposedly rising Supreme Mallory (played by Billie Lourd)? Maybe.

But when asked who she’d put her money on — after a deep breath and a very long pause — she said with a smile, “Switzerland got it right.”

Watch Porter’s full interview — in which she also gives her ideas for the next two seasons of “AHS” — above.

“American Horror Story: Apocalypse” airs Wednesdays at 10/9c on FX.