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American Horror Story Wiki

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American Horror Stories is a horror-drama television show created and produced by Ryan Murphy. It is a spin-off series to American Horror Story, with each episode being hour-long, contained anthology episodes. The series premiered Thursday July 15, 2021, exclusively on FX on Hulu.[1]

Plot

An anthology series of stand alone episodes delving into horror myths, legends and lore.

Cast

Rubber(wo)Man

Drive In

The Naughty List

BA'AL

Feral

Game Over

Announcements

  • The series was first announced by Ryan Murphy on his Instagram and later confirmed by FX.[4]
  • On August 4th, 2020, during a Netflix panel for her upcoming series Ratched, Sarah Paulson announced that she would be directing the series.[5]
  • On November 11, 2020, Ryan Murphy posted on his Instagram account the first promotional image of the spin-off. He also announced that the series will feature 16 episodes and that many cast members from the original series will be part of it. Furthermore, he answered Dylan McDermott's and Cody Fern's comments on the image confirming that both are part of the cast.
  • According to FX chairman John Landgraf, American Horror Stories is set to broadcast on Hulu in July, 2021.[6]
  • Ryan Murphy expanded the cast by adding Glee alum Kevin McHale, Pose actor Dyllón Burnside, The Prom‘s Nico Greetham, and Charles Melton, who previously co-starred as Mr. Wu in Hotel.[7]
  • A sneak peek of some of the American Horror Stories cast was released on social media on July 8, 2021. The video is reminiscent of key elements of Murder House, and shows the credits on a TV screen with eerie interferences.[2]
  • A sneak peek of some of the cast for the third episode was released on March 20. Similarly to the previous one, it features close shots of tools in a basement laboratory, cast names on a TV screen with interferences, and interactions between Rubber Man and Rubber Woman.[3]
  • In August 2021, the series was renewed for a second season, ahead of the first season' finale.[8]
  • The posters contain hidden clues to American Horror Story's 10th season.

Gallery

Trailers

References

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