American Horror Story Season 11: Launch Date

“American Horror Story” has formally confirmed its return for season 11, and we’re already terrified. Throughout a panel at TCA’s summer season press tour on Aug. 2, FX chairman John Landgraf introduced that the restricted collection will premiere its eleventh installment this fall, Deadline reported. However up to now, that is all we find out about it. No particular date past “fall” has been shared, however creator Ryan Murphy will doubtless tease extra particulars — together with a season title, theme, and ensemble forged — within the coming weeks.

Information of “American Horror Story”‘s upcoming season follows after its tenth installment, titled “Double Characteristic,” debuted in two elements final summer season. “Half I: Pink Tide” adopted the story of a household’s transfer to a haunted, remoted seaside city, whereas “Half 2: Dying Valley” explored extraterrestrial life on Earth as an ode to Nineteen Fifties sci-fi motion pictures.

Along with “American Horror Story” season 11, the horror franchise’s spinoff collection, “American Horror Tales,” kicked off its second season on July 21. Not like its FX predecessor, the Hulu TV present dishes out standalone episodes that every inform one horrifying story after one other.

It is unclear if any “American Horror Story” alum will return for the forthcoming season, however in accordance with Variety, Sarah Paulson — who’s starred in each installment besides the ninth — is ok with retiring from Murphy’s spooky anthology world. “It is not that I am not open to it. I am at all times open to it, however I really feel like I have been doing it for a very long time, and folks may begin getting sick of me in that world,” she informed the outlet of her potential return. “Let another person scream and run and cry for a second. Different individuals can do this too! Additionally, my nervous system. There was a time once I was youthful once I was like, ‘I can do that all evening. I like it!’ Now I am like, ‘Momma’s drained!'”

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