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‘American Horror Story’ Season 11 to Premiere This Fall on FX


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‘American Horror Story’ Season 11 to Premiere This Fall on FX

 

We’re getting closer to the premiere date for American Horror Story Season 11, and we’ve got some exciting news: The show will be returning this fall! FX announced today that it has picked up the anthology series for its next iteration — and it won’t be airing until 2021.

This season will be inspired by real-life lore of “one of America’s most notorious serial killers,” according to a press release from FX Networks. So far, co-creator Ryan Murphy has only revealed that he was inspired by Son of Sam movies; however, now we know which one!

According to fansite Coven Magazine (which first reported this), Season 11 will feature a crossover with Murder House and Coven because those seasons have ties with cult leader Charles Manson. It would also appear that Michael Chiklis’ character may have died as well — or had his role reduced drastically since his appearance in H8rwood.”

FX has announced the premiere date for American Horror Story Season 11.

FX has announced the premiere date for American Horror Story Season 11. The network confirmed on Twitter that the anthology show’s 11th season will premiere this fall, and it did not give a specific date.

The anthology show’s 11th season will premiere this fall, FX confirmed on Twitter, without giving a specific date.

FX has announced the premiere date for American Horror Story Season 11. The season will be inspired by the real-life lore of “one of America’s most notorious serial killers,” but it’s unclear if that means the show will be based on a true story or not.

The eighth season was set in 1950s Los Angeles and featured Murder House as its setting—and a haunted house as an integral part of its plot line. There was also an homage to Halloween in one episode where we see ghosts running around with guns (in reference to Michael Myers). But what does this mean? We don’t know yet!

This year’s season will be inspired by the real-life lore of “one of America’s most notorious serial killers,” the network added in a press release.

This year’s season will be inspired by the real-life lore of “one of America’s most notorious serial killers,” the network added in a press release.

The show will premiere in fall 2020 and will be set in the modern day, though it’s unclear if that means 2018 or 2020. It also doesn’t say which state they’re going to set it in (because there’s no state called “modern day”).

American Horror Story: Murder House premiered on FX in 2011 with 15 episodes and ran until 2013 before moving to ABC Family for two more seasons—the last one ending after six episodes when Jessica Lange left after being contracted through Season 7 (which won’t air until 2021).

Season 10 was originally planned to air this fall, with co-creator Ryan Murphy revealing the news at San Diego Comic-Con last year.

Season 10 was originally planned to air this fall, with co-creator Ryan Murphy revealing the news at San Diego Comic-Con last year. However, after a delay due to the coronavirus pandemic, American Horror Story will return in 2021 and be inspired by real-life lore of “one of America’s most notorious serial killers.”

The story will center on Hotel Cortez (which used to be known as The Cortez), which was built 100 years ago by John Merrick (played by Finn Wittrock), an English immigrant who became known as “The Elephant Man.”

However, production was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic; it is now set to debut in 2021.

However, production was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic; it is now set to debut in 2021.

The show’s sixth season ended with a twist that kept fans on their toes: Evan Peters’ character Tate was revealed as one of the monsters known as The Bloody Cries who had been hunting down other members of his species. This revelation came at an interesting time because Peters’ character had already appeared in previous seasons as another monster (or maybe even two), so it made some people wonder if there could be more going on here than meets the eye.

However, this isn’t necessarily true—or even likely! In fact, according to reports from various sources including TVLine and Entertainment Weekly , Season 10 will actually begin filming sometime this fall rather than next year like previously assumed . This means that despite having missed its intended premiere date last year due to production delays caused by unforeseen circumstances related both directly (the coronavirus pandemic) but also indirectly (lackluster ratings).

We don’t know much about Season 11 yet, but it’s coming soon!

We don’t know much about Season 11 yet, but it’s coming soon! Based on a real-life serial killer, it will be one of the most terrifying shows you’ll ever see. It’s also set to premiere on FX this fall.

Season 10 of American Horror Story was called “Hotel,” and from what we’ve seen so far, it looked like an amazing thriller with plenty of twists (and even more murders). The cast includes Angela Bassett as Ramona Royale; Wes Bentley as Ben Harmon; Matt Bomer as Steven Crain; Denis O’Hare as Liz Taylor; Cheyenne Jackson as Major Charles Montgomery Burns; Finn Wittrock as Dr. Arthur Arden and Naomi Grossman playing Melody Snow. If this season is any indication, viewers can expect another exciting ride through horror territory once again!

Conclusion

It’s been a long time coming, but it looks like American Horror Story Season 11 will finally premiere this fall. We don’t know much about the new season yet, but we’re sure it’ll be worth the wait.

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