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American Horror Story Season 11 Release Date Status, Theme, Cast and More

American Horror Story Season 11

American Horror Story Season 11

In January 2020, FX made the brave decision to renew “American Horror Story” for three additional parts – Season 11, Season 12, and Season 13. That means that Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk’s flagship horror anthology series will be on TV at least until the year 2024.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the 10th season of “American Horror Story,” also known as “Double Feature,” was delayed for a whole year. Now that things are getting back to normal in Hollywood, the next cycle of “AHS” will air in the fall of 2022.

Here’s all you need to know about the upcoming eleventh season of “American Horror Story,” including the theme, actors, and air date. Bookmark this page as we’ll be updating it when more information is published.

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What is the Theme of American Horror Story Season 11?

FX Chairman John Landgraf told The Wrap in February that the 11th chapter of the Emmy-winning series will not be another “double feature” like Season 10, which was broken into two parts dubbed “Red Tide” and “Death Valley.” “What I can tell you is that the premise for Season 11 is one story,” he confirmed.

American Horror Story Season 11 Theme

“It actually takes place in several timeframes but it’s one subject, one story, with a beginning, middle, and a conclusion, like many of the earlier stories.” Landgraf remained tight-lipped on the theme of the forthcoming cycle, only remarking, “I actually really like this idea too, I think it’s really cool.” If history is any indicator, Ryan Murphy will be the one to reveal the news of the fresh scheme, at a time and location of his own choice.

American Horror Story Season 11 Cast

As of August 2022, there are currently no confirmed cast members for the 11th season of the show. That’s a big cry from last time around, when the cast of “AHS: Season 10” was announced in February 2020, far ahead of the expected Fall 2020 premiere date. As it turned out, because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the next season wouldn’t premiere until August 2021.

Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Denis O’Hare, Jessica Lange, Lily Rabe, Frances Conroy, Emma Roberts, Kathy Bates, Finn Wittrock, and Angela Bassett, Adina Porter, and Jamie Brewer are among the cast members who have appeared in five or more episodes. There’s a good chance that some of these people will be cast in “AHS: Season 11.”

What About the Release Date of American Horror Story Season 11?

On August 2, FX revealed that the new season would premiere in the fall of 2022, but did not give a precise air date. Seasons 1-5 premiered in October, Seasons 6-9 in September, and Seasons 10-19 debuted in August (Season 10). For “AHS: Season 11,” it is expected that the show will air one episode a week until the season finale. Plan ahead and program your DVRs.

How Many Episodes Are Going to be in American Horror Story Season 11?

The next cycle will consist of roughly ten episodes, each lasting an hour and a half. Season 9 of AHS: Season 9 is the only season to have fewer than nine episodes, which was set in the year 1984. As for the number of episodes per season, Seasons 6, 8, and 10 each had ten episodes, whereas the first two seasons (Season 5) had 12 episodes, while Seasons 2, 3, and 4 had 13.

Has American Horror Story Season 11 Filming Started?

According to The AHS Zone, filming began on June 14 in New York for future episodes. It has been speculated that (Fire Island) will be the setting of this season’s storyline. New York City is the first time the program has visited the East Coast, but it isn’t its first trip to the Big Apple.

Production moved to Provincetown, Massachusetts in 2021 for the “Red Tide” segment of “AHS: Season 10,” which had previously been shot in Los Angeles and New Orleans.

What is “American Horror Stories”?

Fans of “AHS” should not worry about being misled. This is FX and Hulu’s anthology spin-off series, “American Horror Stories,” which features a different terrifying story in each episode. It was so well received when Season 1 premiered in Summer 2021 that it was immediately renewed for a second season.

Beginning on July 21 and concluding on September 8th, eight new episodes will be released. Aura, Drive, Dollhouse, Necro, and Bloody Mary are among possible episode titles for Season 2 of “Stories.” Stay tuned with us only on  Lee Daily

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