After the different reactions to American Horror Story: Double Feature, we are ready for American Horror Story Season 11, which will blow our minds like the first 9 seasons.
FX President John Landgraf hailed Ryan Murphy and Brad Fulchuk as “ the 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.”
We hope Season 11 reinforces that the high standards they stand for are set. Everything we know so far will happen this season of American Horror Story.
American Horror Story Season 10 Recap
American Horror Story generally receives almost unquestioned praise from fans and critics. However, American Horror Story Season 10 premiered to mixed reviews. Season 10 was called “Double Feature” because instead of focusing on a story of its own, the season was split into two disjoint cartoons.
The first half was called Red Tide and included Episodes 1-6. Red Tide follows a family who travels to Provincetown, Massachusetts, to start over. Her husband, Henry, is a writer who must complete his latest pilot, and her mother, Doris, is working through a recent miscarriage.
Henry discovers that in this town there is a chemist who creates black pills called “The Muse”, which amplifies your talent. Just feed the Muse with human blood. Season 10: Part 2 was called Death Valley and included Episodes 7-10.
Death Valley spans the years of President Eisenhower’s presidency to the present day. Find out that in exchange for technological advances, the US government has a contract with aliens who can kidnap 5,000 people a year to experiment in exchange for giving the government technological advances.
Nowadays, three students go to the same desert to go camping. They are impregnated by the aliens and will soon discover the ugly truth about the alien conspiracy.
American Horror Story Season 11 Plot
Ryan Murphy, the creative mind behind American Horror Story, is well known for keeping the subject matter of each season a secret.
However, he posted a Twitter poll in April 2021 asking fans what they hoped to see in future seasons. The poll is now cleared, so we never knew which pick he won, but the picks were:
Sirens and Bloody Mary were most popular before the investigation was removed from social media. Aliens played a big part in the previous season, so it’s unlikely we’ll see them again anytime soon.
But Murphy never clarified what that topic was for; Was it for American Horror Story Season 11, or the spin-off, American Horror Stories? Is there another spin-off or feature film in the works? Do they even plan to use the results of the survey? During an interview with Andy Cohen, he admitted, “It’s the first time in about three years where I don’t know.
I think this is my last season of Horror Story, probably. I mean, I don’t know. Every time he comes to me with some whack-a-doodle-stoodle character I tend to be like, ‘Yes! Let’s do it!’ But I don’t know.”
Even though he says he might not return, there’s always the possibility of at least some level of involvement.
Since season one, she’s been a fan favorite, but the show opened up other opportunities for her, like starring in the original Hulu Run and playing nurse Mildred Ratched in Ratched. It wouldn’t be shocking if she left the show to pursue more opportunities.
Frances Conroy closely follows the first three, appearing in 8 seasons. Denis O’Hare appears in 6, and Jessica Lange, Angela Bassett, Kathy Bates, Adina Porter, Emma Robers, Jamie Brewer, and Finn Wittrock appear in 5.
Newcomers to American Horror Story Season 11 as Macaulay Culkin could potentially return because his character was very popular with fans. We also got to see actors from the American Horror Stories spin-off join the main show.
Maybe stars like Billie Lourd, who had only been around for a few seasons, will come back for more. During an interview with Andy Cohen, he admitted, “It’s been the first half for about three years that I don’t know. I think it’s probably my last season of Horror Story. I mean, I do not know.
American Horror Story Season 11 Release Date
2020 has ruined many movie and TV show release dates, even those that had kept their release schedule for nearly a decade. Since the first season in 2011, American Horror Story has premiered flawlessly every September or October on FX with the finale before Christmas.
2020 was the first year that a new season of American Horror Story did not appear. The double-feature premiered in August 2021.
That said, let’s hope American Horror Story Season 11 returns to its original release schedule in early fall 2022, and we don’t have to miss another year. And we won’t have to worry that AHS Season 11 is over; FX has renewed the show for three more seasons, leading us to Season 13!