After a long wait, Ryan Murphy has finally revealed the official title, settings, and release date of American Horror Story Season 11.
True to Murphy’s style, the new season has been marred by secrecy since its renewal through Season 13 in 2020. Though little details are emerging here and there, major information about American Horror Story Season 11 is now out.
American Horror Story Season 11’s Key Art
Frequent American Horror Story star Dennis O’Hare retweeted the key art for the new season, which contains its official title, release date, and streaming website.
The tweet comes from the page AHS France, featuring an image of a man who poses like a deer with a scorpion-like metal on his chest and metal-like, spiky antlers. The man also has metal spikes on his shoulders and legs.
Another one featured a woman with spikey metals on her arms and neck.
Its title, alternatively, is American Horror Story: New York City. Deadline then confirmed that the image is the official key art of the new season and will officially be out on October 19.
It will premiere with its first two episodes, which will be available to stream on Hulu the next day. FX will then air two episodes every week.
It will have a total of 10 episodes, and American Horror Story Season 11 will run for five weeks.
American Horror Story Season 11’s Setting
During American Horror Story Season 11’s production, rumors started swirling that it would be set in New York City and have two different timelines.
However, ScreenRant confirmed the new season wouldn’t be telling two different stories in a single season, like its predecessor, Double Feature.
With that said, it remains to be seen what the new season will tell.
American Horror Story Season 11 Cast
So, who would be seen in American Horror Story Season 11?
Zachary Quinto and Patti LuPone are confirmed to return to the new season despite not appearing on the show as of late.
It will also include Murphy’s often players Sandra Bernhard, Charlie Carver, Joe Mantello, Billie Lourd, Leslie Grossman, Isaac Powell, and Dennis O’Hare.
For more American Horror Story Season 11 news, stay tuned to EpicStream!