FX reveals American Horror Story season 11’s title, cast, and release date

FX has provided the information that every fan of American Horror Story looks forward to every season.

FX has announced that the upcoming season 11 of American Horror Story, titled American Horror Story: NYC, will premiere on October 19 with two episodes. The episodes will initially air on FX after which they will be available for streaming on Hulu the next day. Then, the network will release two episodes every Wednesday until the season finale airs four weeks after on November 16.

Alongside these details, the network also released new promotional posters for the series with, as expected, very creepy figures on display. This year’s posters have a BDSM theme. They feature a white, black, and silver color scheme, and people in different BDSM-related postures.

Billie Lourd, who has become a series regular on the show, will return in the upcoming season. Also, Zachary Quinto who last appeared in the show’s second season, and is something of a fan favorite, will feature. Other actors who have starred in previous seasons of the series and have been confirmed to be returning are Denis O’Hare, Isaac Powell, Sandra Bernhard, Leslie Grossman, Patti LuPone, and Nico Greetham. American Horror Story’s eleventh season will also feature a couple of new faces, including Russell Tovey, Lee Aaron Rosen, Joe Mantello, and Charlie Carver.

Zachary Quinto returns to the season.

At the moment, there is no information available on the season’s plot. However, fans of the series can expect unbridled depravity like they have witnessed over the show’s previous ten seasons, especially since the series’s long-running creators, Brad and Murphy Falchuk, are still in charge. By the way, FX has renewed American Horror Story for two extra months. So, fans can rest assured that their loved show is not coming to an end.

For fans who want to watch the series from the beginning, they can stream all ten seasons on Hulu.

Tobi Oguntola

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