FX's 'American Horror Story' Season 11 Is Set To Release This Fall

FX's 'American Horror Story' Season 11 Is Set To Release This Fall

The show has been greenlit till season 13 and is also slated to have spinoffs including 'American Sports Story' and 'American Love Story.'

With jump scares, eerie creaking doors, and mystical beings, Ryan Murphy’s American Horror Story has entertained fans for 10 seasons. Especially after Double Feature was released in October 2021, fans have been looking forward to what the next season of the show could bring.


FX chairman John Landgraf revealed that the show would be coming out in the Fall of this year, during his executive Q&A session at the cable channel’s virtual presentation at the Television Critics Association’s summer press tour Tuesday, August 2, 2022, according to Variety. The show is an anthology series focussing on a different aspect every season. American Horror Story began its first season with Murder House, followed by Asylum (Season 2), Coven (Season 3), Freak Show (Season 4), Hotel (Season 5), Roanoke (Season 6), Cult (Season 7), Apocalypse (Season 8), 1984 (Season 9), and Double Feature (Season 10), which was divided into two parts—Red Tide and Death Valley, Deadline reported.


Landgraf hasn’t mentioned exactly when the next season will be out, although he ballparked, saying that it would be coming out in the Fall of this year. The new season’s title, casting, and the official premiere date are yet to be announced. Previous frequent cast members have included Sarah Paulson, Kathy Bates, Evan Peters, Adina Porter, and Leslie Grossman, among others.


The tenth season, the two-part Double Feature, focuses on a family in 2021 in Provincetown, Massachusetts in its first part, Red Tide, where they meet the town's true inhabitants, and later, in its second half, Death Valley, a group of camping students who find themselves in a conspiracy involving the extraterrestrials of Asylum. Currently, Murphy’s spinoff American Horror Stories is streaming on Hulu.


Additionally, Murphy will be coming up on the end of his Netflix deal this year after working with them since 2018. He and his producing partner Brad Falchuk will also work on the second season of Feud, another season of American Crime Story, and two new spinoffs—American Sports Story and American Love Story. These spinoffs can be attributed to the fact that the show has done consistently well with the audiences and critics, even if the ratings sometimes vary from season to season.


Since its debut, American Horror Story has earned mostly positive reviews from critics and has been nominated for a variety of different awards, including 19 Critics' Choice Television Awards (four wins), 94 Emmy Awards (16 wins), nine Golden Globe Awards (two wins), six People's Choice Awards (one win), 11 Satellite Awards (three wins), and 26 Saturn Awards.


American Horror Story has been greenlit till Season 13 which means Murphy has plenty of time to scare audiences before he moves on to the next genre. 

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