Fans are eagerly awaiting information on the upcoming 11th season of American Horror Story, which will include Ryan Murphy’s most recent macabre story. Who would have believed that the show that introduced us to the, eh, “world” of cranking would still be around when it debuted more than ten years ago?
With this anthology series, the crew has never been hesitant to experiment, giving us the best (and occasionally not-so-best) of the complex world of horror.
Red Tide, the season’s first episode, was incredibly great, but the Death Valley segment left us down with the type of plotting we’d come to expect from Ryan Murphy’s hit-and-miss offshoot, American Horror Stories.
American Horror Story Season 11 Cast
There is currently little known about the season 11 casting of American Horror Story, although we do know a few names.
Charlie Carver, star of Desperate Housewives, joined the ensemble as a result of the filming taking place on New York’s streets. In one scene in Manhattan’s West Village, Isaac Powell, a Grammy nominee, and Carver were seen kissing.
Charlie portrayed Huck Finnigan, an orderly turned head nurse at Lucia State Hospital, in Ryan Murphy’s Netflix series Ratched, while Isaac previously played Troy Lord/Theo in four episodes of American Horror Story: Double Feature last year.
Additionally, there are some AHS alumni returning to the group. Roles have been planned up for Patti LuPone, Billie Lourd, Sandra Bernhard, and Zachary Quinto. by Deadline. Quinto is especially noteworthy because he hasn’t appeared in the Asylum episode of season two of AHS, where he played the troubled serial killer Bloody Face. However, he has kept up his collaboration with Murphy, most notably on the movie version of the stage play The Boys in the Band.
American Horror Story Season 11 Release Date
The AHS Zone, a fan account and leaker, claims that American Horror Story Season 11 will air on FX on October 19, 2022. This will be the latest in the year a season has begun its run, with the last episode of the show airing in October being Hotel in Season 5 of the show.
Strangely, despite the fact that the premiere is less than a month away, neither Ryan Murphy nor FX has made any official announcements. The theme and subtitle reveal is typically a major occasion with lots of buildups. However, this time, there is an odd hush that has us thinking.
American Horror Story Season 11 Storyline
When it comes to American Horror Story, this is usually the million-dollar question, and there are a number of hypotheses as to what the subject of AHS 11 will be.
The series won’t repeat its two-half-season format as it did in season 10, that much is certain. Instead, they intend to return to the more tried-and-true format for the episode of season 11. The tale will be explained through flashbacks in one single story.
According to John Landgraf, The Wrap: “What I can say is that season 11’s main idea is a single story. Although it truly occurs in various timeframes, it has a single theme and a single plot with a beginning, middle, and conclusion, just like many of the earlier tales.” Then he continued, “I honestly really like this idea, I think it’s really fantastic.”