It has been two full years since the last season of American Horror Story came out. Two years! And sure, AHS: 1984 was good, but fans are dying for more episodes of the Ryan Murphy series. And they’re in luck! The 10th season of the show, AHS: Double Feature, premieres tonight.
But still, if this next set of episodes feels like it won’t be enough to curb your horror enthusiasm, here’s everything we know about American Horror Story season 11.
Yes, it’s officially happening!
In January 2020 (which feels like a literal eternity ago), FX renewed American Horror Story for three more seasons (seasons 11, 12, and 13). That was great news for fans, because Murphy previously hinted that season 10 could be the end.
“Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk are the undisputed masters of horror TV, having created the anthological limited series with American Horror Story and sustaining its success for nearly a decade as FX’s highest-rated series,” FX chairman John Landgraf said at the time. “We are grateful to them and Dana Walden and our studio partners for committing to another three years. AHS has showcased a wealth of award-winning actors since day one and we appreciate the contributions of everyone, including Ryan, Brad and fellow executive producers Tim Minear, James Wong, Alexis Martin Woodall and Bradley Buecker, the writers, directors, cast and crew for each new, unforgettable installment of American Horror Story.”
Okay, great, so it’s a done deal! We’re getting plenty more episodes.
But we have literally no idea what it’s about.
Even though the show has been renewed officially for season 11 (and 12 and 13) we don’t know what the upcoming seasons will be about. Landgraf said in a recent interview with Deadline that Murphy hasn’t pitched season 11 to the network yet. “Ryan never tells us, it just comes fully formed in his head,” Landgraf said.
Murphy does tend to drop major hints about upcoming AHS seasons on his social media, so that might be the best place to watch for info.
We also don’t know when it’ll come out.
Season 10 of AHS premieres today, so it’s safe to assume we’ll be waiting a while for season 11, especially if Murphy hasn’t even pitched his concept to FX yet.
But that means you can just…watch the current season? Murphy is also responsible for the upcoming Impeachment: American Crime Story, which follows the Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky story. And have you caught up on the AHS offshoot American Horror Stories? The whole first season is now on Hulu. So yeah, there’s plenty of stuff to keep you busy while you wait.
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