“American Horror Story” Returns For Season 11 This Fall

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“American Horror Story” has officially confirmed its return for season 11, and we’re already terrified. During a panel at TCA’s summer press tour on Aug. 2, FX chairman John Landgraf announced that the limited series will premiere its 11th instalment this fall, Deadline reported. But so far, that’s all we know about it. No specific date beyond “fall” has been shared, but creator Ryan Murphy will likely tease more details – including a season title, theme, and ensemble cast – in the coming weeks.

News of “American Horror Story”‘s upcoming season follows after its tenth instalment, titled “Double Feature,” debuted in two parts last summer. “Part I: Red Tide” followed the story of a family’s move to a haunted, isolated beach town, while “Part 2: Death Valley” explored extraterrestrial life on Earth as an ode to 1950s sci-fi movies.

In addition to “American Horror Story” season 11, the horror franchise’s spinoff series, “American Horror Stories,” kicked off its second season on July 21. Unlike its FX predecessor, the Hulu TV show dishes out standalone episodes that each tell one horrifying tale after another.

It’s unclear if any “American Horror Story” alum will return for the forthcoming season, but according to Variety, Sarah Paulson – who’s starred in every instalment except the ninth – is fine with retiring from Murphy’s spooky anthology world. “It’s not that I’m not open to it. I’m always open to it, but I feel like I’ve been doing it for a long time, and people might start getting sick of me in that world,” she told the outlet of her potential return. “Let someone else scream and run and cry for a second. Other people can do that too! Also, my nervous system. There was a time when I was younger when I was like, ‘I can do this all night. I love it!’ Now I’m like, ‘Momma’s tired!'”

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