The first date for the new season of the iconic series has been announced
Season 11 of Ryan Murphy’s “American Horror Story” will premiere on FX this fall. FX President John Landgraf announced the news during the executive Q&A session on the cable channel’s virtual presentation at the Television Critics Association’s summer press tour on Tuesday. The release date announcement was highly anticipated after season 10 ended in October 2021.
Landgraf didn’t give a specific premiere date for the new season beyond its “fall” emphasis, however, given a time frame means we won’t have to wait long for Murphy to share the title, theme and cast for next season. Meanwhile, season two of FX’s “AHS” spin-off anthology “American Horror Stories” is currently streaming on Hulu.
Near the end of his ongoing mega-general deal at Netflix and leaving his former location on 20th Television for the platform in 2018, Murphy and his producing partner Brad Falchuk are working together on “American Horror Story” and “American Horror Stories.” The duo also shared another season of “Feud”, another season of “American Crime Story” and two new spin-offs for FX, “American Sports Story” and “American Love He is working on “Story”.
American Horror Story debuted in 2011 with the movie Murder House. The horror anthology featuring recurring cast members Sarah Paulson, Kathy Bates, Evan Peters, Adina Porter and Leslie Grossman has already been renewed for season 13 on FX. So, before Murphy stops scaring you, we’ll have at least three more seasons, including the upcoming 11th season.