FX chairman John Landgraf made a major American Horror Story Season 11 update. Though it wasn’t that much, it was enough for fans to look forward to the coming of a new season.
Details about American Horror Story Season 11 remain under lock and key. Nearly a year after the 10th season ended, fans are now clamouring for some update from the creator Ryan Murphy.
American Horror Story Season 11
Landgraf revealed, via TVLine, that American Horror Story Season 11 would be out sometime this fall during his executive sessions at the Television Critics Association’s summer press tour on Tuesday, August 2.
However, there are no words yet on the new season’s official title, its casting, official release date and theme, among others.
With that said, fans expect more updates will be revealed in the coming weeks.
For a refresher, the show's previous seasons featured terrifying themes and titles.
From the first to tenth seasons, they were titled Murder House, Asylum, Coven, Freak Show, Hotel, Roanoke, Cult, Apocalypse, 1984 and Double Feature.
The previous season was divided into two parts: Red Tide and Death Valley.
The Fitting Release of American Horror Story Season 11
American Horror Story Season 11’s October release is believed to be fitting, just in time for the upcoming Halloween.
The show’s first five seasons dropped in October, followed by the September release of the next four and the 10th season in August.
Though details about it remain scarce, the upcoming 11th season won’t be the series’ last.
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FX renewed the show through Season 13 in January 2020, ahead of the 10th season’s premiere, per TV Insider.
“Ryan and Brad are undisputed masters of horror TV, having created the anthological limited series with American Horror Story and sustaining its success for nearly a decade as FX’s highest-rated series,” Landgraf said.
Fans Now Clamoring for American Horror Story Season 11 Details
The Review Geek revealed Murphy asked fans to vote on a possible theme of the next season on Twitter, choosing between Piggy Man, Bloody Mary, Christmas Horror, Sirens and Plague.
However, the said tweet was eventually deleted, frustrating the awaiting fans more.
Hence, according to PopBuzz, fans would go on a strike until Murphy dropped more details about American Horror Story Season 11.
In a fan letter, one fan AHS Zone member wrote,
“Effective August 1, we will not be posting about American Horror Story Season 11 or about American Horror Stories season 2 until such a time comes that mothership series receives an official, overdue acknowledgement of its existence.
“This can come in the form of a logo reveal, a premiere date, a title announcement, a casting confirmation, plot details, the launch of sweepstakes website, key art, or some other substantive form of promotion.”
Hopefully, Murphy breaks his silence about it.
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