American horror story season 11
The wait is almost over for AHS fans. After months of speculation about what could happen next, FX confirmed the upcoming season will air September 5, just days after the premiere of Legion. This isn’t the first time the network has moved the start date of the season, though; the original plan was to debut October 4.
American horror story season 11 is set to feature some familiar faces, including Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Billie Lourd, Cheyenne Jackson, Adina Porter, Colton Haynes, Finn Wittrock, Lily Rabe, James Cromwell, Kathy Bates, Naomi Grossman, Angela Bassett, Emma Roberts, Cody Fern, Leslie Grossman, Matt Bomer, Dylan McDermott, Erika Christensen, Denis O’Hare, Adam Levine, Chris Messina, Alison Pill, Gabourey Sidibe, Joseph Fiennes, David Lynch, John Carroll Lynch, Michael Chiklis, Zachary Quinto, Jim Parson, Matt Bomer, and many others.
Ryan Murphy had previously hinted that there would be a big twist coming in the finale of the current season, “Coven,” but he wouldn’t reveal anything else. We’re hoping that whatever happens will make sense within the context of the rest of the story, but we’ll see.
really cool, but I don’t want to do it again. I’ve had my turn. I’m happy where I am now." Meanwhile, producer Brad Falchuk teased that the new season will see the return of several familiar faces, including Sarah Paulson’s Constance Langdon, Evan Peters’ Tate Langdon, Chelan Simmons’ Violet Harmon, James Cromwell’s Ben Mears, Adina Porter’s Madison Montgomery, Billy Eichner’s Dr Thredson, Taissa Farmiga’s Ally Mayfair-Richardson and Frances Conroy’s Vivien Harmon. And while the fate of the rest of the main cast members hasn’t been revealed, Murphy did hint that his wife, actress Alexis Kross, could make her comeback in the new season. He added: "She’s coming back. She’s always coming back." However, the director didn’t rule out the possibility of bringing back the original star of the show, Connie Britton, saying: "Connie is amazing. I’d love to work with her again."” width=”960″ height=”540″ />
American Horror Story season 11: What’s the potential release date?
FX chairman John Landgraf revealed during his annual keynote speech at TCA Summer Press Tour today that American Horror Story’s eleventh season will premiere in October 2022. “We’re going to do it again,” he told reporters. “And we’ll start shooting next summer.”
Landgraf said he had initially planned to hold off on announcing the season’s return for fear of spoiling the surprise, but changed his mind once he realized there was no way to keep the news under wraps. “I think I’m going to go ahead and say what everybody already knows,” he joked.
The executive producer added that while the current pandemic is keeping everyone inside, the cast and crew are still working hard behind the scenes. “They’ve got to make sure everything’s done properly,” he said. “So it’s not like we’re sitting around twiddling our thumbs. We’re doing stuff.”
While Landgraf didn’t reveal much about the upcoming season — except that it will take place in Los Angeles — he did confirm that the show will be set in present day, meaning Ryan Murphy won’t be returning to the world of Roanoke. He also teased that the story will be a “very different one” from the previous seasons.
As for when the rest of the season will air, Landgraf couldn’t give exact dates, but he suggested that the fall would be the best bet. “I don’t know how many episodes there will be,” he said. “But I’d love to see whole thing come together in the fall.”
American Horror Story season 11: Who’s in the cast?
With production set to begin next week, FX is already rolling out the news about the upcoming season of American Horror Story. And it looks like there might be some familiar faces joining the horror anthology once again.
According to Entertainment Weekly, the showrunners of the hit TV series are looking to bring back several actors from previous seasons. In addition to Quinto, LuPone, Bernhard and Lourd, the report says that Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Cheyenne Jackson, James Cromwell, Taissa Farmiga, Adina Porter, Billy Eichner, Colton Haynes, Cody Fern and Matt Bomer could all return to the show.
While no specific plot details have been revealed just yet, EW does say that the story will revolve around “a family dealing with tragedy.”
Season 10 of the Emmy Award-winning horror anthology aired in 2017 and focused on themes of mental illness. The season earned 15 Emmys including best drama, supporting actress, directing, writing and cinematography.
In 2018, the second half of the double feature season, titled Freak Show, followed the same theme, focusing on circus performers. This installment won six awards including best miniseries, best actor, best director, best editing, best sound mixing and best visual effects.
This year, the third part of the trilogy, Roanoke, will follow the same format as the previous two seasons. Season 11 will air later this year.
American Horror Story season 11: What will the plot be?
The upcoming season of American Horror Story is set to premiere later this month, but fans are already wondering how it’ll differ from previous seasons. FX announced today that the show’s eleventh installment will take place in New York City, and will feature a different story arc than the rest of the franchise.
While there’s no word on exactly what the plot will be about, the network did reveal that the series’ creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk will return along with stars Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Angela Bassett, Denis O’Hare, Kathy Bates, Cheyenne Jackson, Gabourey Sidibe, Emma Roberts, Finn Wittrock, Lily Rabe, Matt Bomer, Cody Fern, Michael Chiklis, Zachary Quinto, James Cromwell, Joseph Fiennes, John Carroll Lynch, Jamie Brewer, Billy Eichner, Colton Haynes, Leslie Grossman, Adam Levine, Billie Lourd, Alison Pill, Adina Porter, Chad Coleman, and Taissa Farmiga.
As for whether or not the series will continue its tradition of airing two episodes per half-season, co-creator Murphy revealed that he wants to keep things fresh.
“I don’t want to repeat myself,” he told Entertainment Weekly. “We’re trying something very different this year. We’re really focusing on the storytelling. I think people liked the stories last year because it felt like a serialized TV show. This year, we’re doing something completely different.”
Murphy went on to explain that while the series has had some success in terms of ratings and critical acclaim, he hopes that the new direction will help the show find a larger audience.
“This is our most ambitious project yet,” he added. “We wanted to try something different. There’s nothing else out there like us. So why shouldn’t we try something new?”
If you missed the announcement, check out the trailer above. The ninth season of the hit horror anthology series premiered earlier this year, and season 10 is expected to air sometime next fall.
American Horror Story season 11: Is there a trailer available yet?
We’re still waiting for the next installment of Ryan Murphy’s horror anthology franchise American Horror Story to drop on TV screens, but fans are already wondering whether it will feature the return of the show’s iconic witchy leading lady Cordelia Foxx.
The cast and crew behind the hit show recently shared some exciting news about the upcoming season, revealing that the eighth instalment of the acclaimed series will be called Apocalypse Now. But while the name might suggest it will focus on the apocalypse, many fans are hoping the theme won’t extend beyond the title.
Ryan Murphy, who helmed the previous seasons of the show, told Entertainment Weekly that he doesn’t think the apocalypse will play much part in AHS season 11, adding: “I don’t know how I feel about the idea of doing another one.”
He continued: “I love the concept of ‘Apocalypse’ because it’s such a great word. I’m sure people will come up with something really cool, but I don’t want to do it again. I’ve had my turn. I’m happy where I am now.”
Meanwhile, producer Brad Falchuk teased that the new season will see the return of several familiar faces, including Sarah Paulson’s Constance Langdon, Evan Peters’ Tate Langdon, Chelan Simmons’ Violet Harmon, James Cromwell’s Ben Mears, Adina Porter’s Madison Montgomery, Billy Eichner’s Dr Thredson, Taissa Farmiga’s Ally Mayfair-Richardson and Frances Conroy’s Vivien Harmon.
And while the fate of the rest of the main cast members hasn’t been revealed, Murphy did hint that his wife, actress Alexis Kross, could make her comeback in the new season. He added: “She’s coming back. She’s always coming back.”
However, the director didn’t rule out the possibility of bringing back the original star of the show, Connie Britton, saying: “Connie is amazing. I’d love to work with her again.”