American Horror Story: All Seasons, Cast, and Where to Watch

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Dive into the mystifying realm of "American Horror Story," the spine-tingling series that's captured audiences worldwide. From its star-studded casts to its nightmarish narratives, here's your comprehensive guide to every season and where to catch this cultural phenomenon.

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Nearing the launch of its twelfth season, “American Horror Story” steadfastly holds its ground as a cornerstone of televised horror.

It’s a gripping, ever-evolving anthology series that gives you new terrors every season while sneakily weaving in connective threads from previous storylines.

The brainchild of Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, the show first graced our screens in 2011 and has since garnered both popular acclaim and a steadfast viewership, cementing its legacy as one of FX’s most-watched shows.

But it’s not just the chills and thrills that capture attention; the series has earned its share of buzz for other reasons too. “American Horror Story” has never shied away from delving into controversial or taboo topics.

From its very inception, AHS—as it’s affectionately known among its fanbase—has been breaking boundaries and pushing envelopes. It has even spawned a spin-off series, proving its versatility and appeal in today’s TV landscape.

Wondering where you can get your horror fix as you eagerly anticipate the new season? You have a plethora of options at your fingertips! Currently, “American Horror Story” can be streamed on Prime Video, NBC, and Hulu Plus. Want to own a piece of the terror?

No worries. Individual episodes or entire seasons can be rented or purchased on Google Play, Amazon, iTunes, and Vudu.

So if you’re looking to satisfy that horror craving or just want a riveting series that keeps you on the edge of your seat, “American Horror Story” is the answer.

As we all eagerly await the arrival of the new season, we’ve compiled a concise guide that covers each season of “American Horror Story,” as well as its ever-changing ensemble cast.

Consider this your go-to reference as you dive into this enthralling series.

American Horror Story Murder House (2011)

Murder House (2011)

The Plot

The inaugural season of “American Horror Story,” aptly titled “Murder House,” plunges us into a deeply unsettling narrative.

Here, we follow the Harmon family as they make a life-altering decision to move into a seemingly charming yet haunted abode.

As it turns out, this residence has a sordid history teeming with bizarre crimes and inexplicable hauntings. Far from a welcoming domestic space, this house is more like a Pandora’s box of secrets and supernatural happenings.

Gradually, the family finds themselves entangled in the web of enigmas that lurk behind the woodwork as an insidious menace casts its shadow throughout the home.

The Cast

In a stroke of casting genius, the season assembled a remarkable ensemble that breathed life into these intricate characters.

Connie Britton takes on the role of Vivien Harmon, the matriarch grappling with the emotional weight of the family’s move.

Dylan McDermott portrays Ben Harmon, a man struggling to keep his family together while wrestling with his own demons.

Taissa Farmiga captures the teenage angst and emotional complexities of Violet Harmon, and Evan Peters delivers a compelling performance as the mysterious and haunted Tate Langdon.

The incomparable Jessica Lange steals scenes as Constance Langdon, a neighbor whose past is as complicated as her motives.

Denis O’Hare adds layers of complexity to Larry Harvey, a character deeply intertwined with the house’s nefarious past.

Last but certainly not least, Sarah Paulson plays the psychic Billie Dean Howard, whose supernatural insights throw even more fuel onto the fire of unfolding events.

In a dual-role casting coup, Frances Conroy and Alexandra Breckenridge play Moira O’Hara, a housekeeper who appears differently to men and women and whose history with the home adds another layer of depth to the story.

American Horror Story Asylum (2012-13)

Asylum (2012-13)

The Plot

Dive into the realm of the eerie and unthinkable in the second season of “American Horror Story,” which goes by the title of “Asylum.”

Here, we’re thrown back to the year 1964, transported inside the ominous walls of Briarcliff Mansion—a mental institution replete with horrifying secrets and unsettling phenomena.

Trust us; this isn’t your ordinary healthcare facility. It’s a macabre cauldron of dread where your worst nightmares would merely scratch the surface.

Adding a layer of narrative depth, the show ingeniously toggles between that era and the present day, unveiling parallel events that help us understand the heinous exploits of a serial killer dubbed as “Bloody Face.”

The Cast

This season brings together a stellar line-up of actors who add serious depth to an already intense storyline.

Leading the ensemble is Sarah Paulson, who embodies Lana Winters, a gutsy journalist determined to unearth the institution’s veiled atrocities.

Then there’s Zachary Quinto, who plays Dr. Oliver Thredson, a man whose professional demeanor conceals a far darker side.

Evan Peters returns this season to take on a whole new character—Kit Walker—a man caught in an incomprehensible situation, raising questions that defy simple answers.

Lily Rabe brilliantly embodies Sister Mary Eunice, whose evolution throughout the season is nothing short of astonishing.

Jessica Lange again graces the screen, this time as Sister Jude Martin, an authority figure whose resolve is as intricate as her past.

Chloë Sevigny, as Shelley, delivers a performance that wrenches your gut, while James Cromwell’s portrayal of Dr. Arthur Arden explores the disturbing intersection between science and sadism.

Last but not least, Naomi Grossman has a hauntingly unforgettable appearance as Pepper, a character that fans won’t easily forget.

American Horror Story Coven (2013-14)

Coven (2013-14)

The Plot

Prepare to delve into a world of powerful incantations, mysterious rituals, and the intoxicating allure of New Orleans in “American Horror Story: Coven.”

This third installment takes us straight to the heart of the Big Easy, offering an intricate backdrop for a clandestine coven of witches.

And trust me, we’re not talking about the friendly, nose-twitching variety. These witches mean business, especially in the intense, high-stakes competition to discover the next “Supreme”—the coven’s ultimate leader.

As you navigate this riveting season, you’ll get glimpses into the past, including flashbacks to the notorious Salem witch trials.

A dash of historical horror adds more than just color to the current events; it fleshes out the storylines, adding an extra layer of oomph to an already thrilling narrative.

The Cast

Hold on tight as you encounter a plethora of dynamic characters who bring the witchy world of “Coven” to life.

Leading the ensemble yet again is Sarah Paulson, who plays Cordelia Foxx—the coven’s resident “good witch” with a complex lineage.

Taissa Farmiga appears as Zoe Benson, a young recruit grappling with a deadly romantic curse. Frances Conroy steps into the enigmatic role of Myrtle Snow, a character as flamboyant as she is strategic.

Evan Peters, in a departure from his past roles, plays Kyle Spencer, a non-magical character entangled in a web of supernatural chaos.

Lily Rabe enchants as Misty Day, the swamp witch with an affinity for Stevie Nicks and resurrection. Gabourey Sidibe dons the role of Queenie, a living voodoo doll who challenges traditional witch stereotypes.

Emma Roberts makes her debut in the series as Madison Montgomery, a telekinetic diva you’ll love to hate or hate to love.

But the powerhouse performances don’t stop there. Denis O’Hare turns in an eerie, dialogue-free role as Spalding, the coven’s mute butler with deep-seated loyalties.

Kathy Bates takes on a disturbingly captivating role as Delphine LaLaurie, a character based on a real-life New Orleans socialite and notorious sadist.

Jessica Lange shines as Fiona Goode, the ruling Supreme who’s facing the inevitable decline of her powers. And let’s not overlook Angela Bassett, who portrays Marie Laveau, the immortal voodoo queen.

American Horror Story Freak Show (2014-15)

Freak Show (2014-15)

The Plot

If you thought you had seen it all, allow me to introduce you to the twisted universe of “American Horror Story: Freak Show.”

This fourth installment transports us to the bygone era of 1952—when television sets were just starting to flicker to life, but not everything was as wholesome as ’50s advertisements would have you believe.

The stage? One of the last-standing “freak shows” in the United States, located in Jupiter, Florida, of all places.

These performers are clinging to their livelihood, pulling out all the stops to keep the audience coming and the tent poles standing.

But wait, there’s more—a lot more. Alongside the struggle to keep the show afloat is an unnerving wave of gruesome murders. At the heart of the darkness?

A clown with a smile so bone-chilling it would make a jack-o’-lantern look like a summer squash

. The presence of this nightmarish jester links all the sinister happenings, adding an ominous layer to an already precarious situation for the “freak show” and its denizens.

The Cast

First up is Sarah Paulson, pulling double duty as conjoined twins Bette and Dot Tattler, each with her own personality and ambitions.

Evan Peters nails it as Jimmy Darling, the “Lobster Boy” with dreams that reach far beyond the circus tent. Frances Conroy morphs into Gloria Mott, the posh but twisted matriarch who has a penchant for the unusual.

Denis O’Hare brings his A-game as Stanley, a scheming talent scout with more than just fame on his mind. Emma Roberts captivates as Maggie Esmeralda, a fortune teller whose crystal ball doesn’t reveal all her secrets.

Finn Wittrock turns heads as Dandy Mott, a privileged man-child with dark fantasies that take toxic masculinity to a whole new level.

But wait, we’re not done. Angela Bassett storms the scene as Desiree Dupree, the three-breasted performer, navigates love and identity.

Naomi Grossman returns to the series, reprising her role as Pepper, the microcephalic woman who provides a human touch amidst the chaos.

Finally, Jessica Lange serves up a compelling performance as Elsa Mars, the ringmaster with a past as complicated as her ambitions are grand.

American Horror Story Hotel (2015-16)

Hotel (2015-16)

The Plot

Alright, for those who think hotels are just about fluffy pillows and room service, let’s spin that concept on its head. Enter “American Horror Story: Hotel,” the fifth season that whisks us away to the enigmatic Hotel Cortez in none other than the City of Angels—Los Angeles.

Loosely inspired by the infamous real-life Hotel Cecil, this is a stay where the term “do not disturb” takes on a terrifying new meaning.

We’re talking about a series of grim deaths and heart-wrenching tragedies, all tightly sealed within its grandiose walls.

If that’s not enticing enough, hold onto your proverbial hats because there’s more to feast upon: an enigmatic coterie of vampires who’ve taken up residence within the hotel’s luxurious suites.

Why? Well, it turns out they’ve got this grandiose plan to sip on the elixir of eternal life. Yeah, there’s no checkout time when you plan to stay forever.

The Cast

Let’s meander through this enthralling cast lineup. Lady Gaga rocks the role of the Countess, an enigmatic, uber-stylish bloodsucker who calls the Hotel Cortez home.

Sarah Paulson does double-duty this season as both Sally McKenna, a down-on-her-luck addict, and Billie Dean Howard, a psychic who’s not too fond of room 64.

Evan Peters steps into the shoes of James Patrick March, the original architect and owner of the hotel, with more skeletons in his closet than one can count.

Wes Bentley dons the badge as Detective John Lowe, who finds himself entangled in the eerie web of the hotel while investigating a series of killings.

Matt Bomer is Donovan, the eternally young lover of the Countess and an emotional battlefield in human form.

Chloë Sevigny portrays Alex Lowe, a pediatrician with complexities and secrets that are about as labyrinthine as the hotel itself.

The beloved Denis O’Hare transforms into Liz Taylor, the glamorous trans receptionist who keeps the hotel’s pulse beating.

Lily Rabe takes a dark turn as Aileen Wuornos, a notorious real-life serial killer who’s among the hotel’s storied guests.

Angela Bassett dazzles as Ramona Royale, a former lover of the Countess with a vengeance as her roommate.

And finally, Cheyenne Jackson plays Will Drake, a fashion mogul with a vested interest in the hotel’s renovation, unaware of the foundational horrors he’s about to uncover.

American Horror Story Roanoke (2016)

Roanoke (2016)

The Plot

Alright, for those who think hotels are just about fluffy pillows and room service, let’s spin that concept on its head.

Enter “American Horror Story: Hotel,” the fifth season that whisks us away to the enigmatic Hotel Cortez in none other than the City of Angels—Los Angeles. Loosely inspired by the infamous real-life Hotel Cecil, this is a stay where the term “do not disturb” takes on a terrifying new meaning.

We’re talking about a series of grim deaths and heart-wrenching tragedies, all tightly sealed within its grandiose walls.

If that’s not enticing enough, hold onto your proverbial hats because there’s more to feast upon: an enigmatic coterie of vampires who’ve taken up residence within the hotel’s luxurious suites.

Why? Well, it turns out they’ve got this grandiose plan to sip on the elixir of eternal life. Yeah, there’s no checkout time when you plan to stay forever.

The Cast

Let’s meander through this enthralling cast lineup. Lady Gaga rocks the role of the Countess, an enigmatic, uber-stylish bloodsucker who calls the Hotel Cortez home.

Sarah Paulson does double-duty this season as both Sally McKenna, a down-on-her-luck addict, and Billie Dean Howard, a psychic who’s not too fond of room 64.

Evan Peters steps into the shoes of James Patrick March, the original architect and owner of the hotel, with more skeletons in his closet than one can count.

Wes Bentley dons the badge as Detective John Lowe, who finds himself entangled in the eerie web of the hotel while investigating a series of killings.

Matt Bomer is Donovan, the eternally young lover of the Countess and an emotional battlefield in human form.

Chloë Sevigny portrays Alex Lowe, a pediatrician with complexities and secrets that are about as labyrinthine as the hotel itself.

The beloved Denis O’Hare transforms into Liz Taylor, the glamorous trans receptionist who keeps the hotel’s pulse beating.

Lily Rabe takes a dark turn as Aileen Wuornos, a notorious real-life serial killer who’s among the hotel’s storied guests.

Angela Bassett dazzles as Ramona Royale, a former lover of the Countess with a vengeance as her roommate.

And finally, Cheyenne Jackson plays Will Drake, a fashion mogul with a vested interest in the hotel’s renovation, unaware of the foundational horrors he’s about to uncover.

American Horror Story Cult (2017)

Cult (2017)

The Plot

Look, if you’ve ever been convinced that reality TV is the ultimate horror show, the sixth season of “American Horror Story: Roanoke” is going to validate every single one of your suspicions.

Let’s delve into the nitty-gritty, shall we? The season is audaciously divided into two enthralling parts that play with the boundaries of reality and fiction.

Part one is basically a TV show within the TV show—talk about meta! It presents us with a bone-chilling narrative about a haunted house nestled in the eerie woods of North Carolina.

It’s the sort of place that would make you thank the heavens for your creaky apartment.

Now, here comes part two, and it’s not for the faint of heart. The actors and people involved in the real-life haunting case decide to take a field trip back to that nightmare-inducing North Carolina mansion.

Their motive? Spending a few nights there to dive into the harrowing mysteries of the house. Bad decision, you ask?

Well, let’s just say a slew of absolutely horrifying events unfolds from that point onward, giving a new definition to the phrase “home sweet home.”

The Cast

If you’re a fan of ensemble casts that bring their A-game, you’re in for a treat.

Lily Rabe delivers a captivating performance as Shelby Miller, the woman at the heart of the haunting who believes in the metaphysical more than most.

André Holland, as Matt Miller, adds layers to Shelby’s spouse and makes us question the thin line between skepticism and blind faith.

Sarah Paulson isn’t settling for just one role. She takes on dual characters: Audrey Tindall, an actress playing Shelby in the show-within-a-show, and Lana Winters, a seasoned journalist sniffing out the truth.

Evan Peters also pulls double duty, portraying both Edward Phillip Mott, a quirky yet mysterious historical figure, and Rory Monahan, an actor who’s a little too eager for his role.

Kathy Bates is unrecognizable as Thomasin White and Agnes Mary Winstead, taking us on a journey from the ethereal to the terrifying.

Adina Porter nails it as Lee Harris, an enigmatic character with her own hidden agenda. Angela Bassett shines as Monet Tumusiime, an actress who discovers that pretending to be someone else has its drawbacks.

And let’s not forget Cuba Gooding Jr., who captures the essence of Dominic Banks, an actor whose connection to the story goes way beyond mere role-playing.

American Horror Story Apocalypse (2018)

Apocalypse (2018)

The Plot

In the realm of horror television, the 2018 season of “American Horror Story: Apocalypse” is a game-changer. What sets this season apart from its predecessors?

It’s a twisted, intricate crossroads of stories, characters, and themes from earlier seasons—primarily “Coven” and “Murder House.”

We’re talking about a full-blown narrative mashup that takes universe-building to another level.

The storyline takes you on a chaotic whirlwind centered on nothing less than the birth and rise of the Antichrist. From ominous prophecies to apocalyptic predictions, the stakes couldn’t be higher.

To put it bluntly, this season has us staring down the barrel of a nuclear tragedy that leaves humanity on the brink of annihilation.

Now, throw in a coven of witches determined to halt the rise of the Antichrist, and you’ve got yourself a roller coaster of events that defies all logic yet keeps you riveted to the edge of your seat

. The drama unfolds in a crescendo of sorcery, satanic allure, and post-apocalyptic turmoil, making you question morality and destiny’s very fabric.

The Cast

Sarah Paulson is back, but she’s not playing it safe. She takes on three wildly diverse roles: Whilemina Venable, the authoritarian with an iron fist; Cordelia Goode, the morally complex Supreme Witch; and Billie Dean Howard, a medium between two worlds.

Each character feels like a universe unto themselves, exploring distinct facets of power and vulnerability.

Evan Peters, an AHS staple, also steps into multiple roles. As Mr. Gallant, he’s a next-generation hipster caught in an existential crisis, while as James Patrick March and Tate Langdon, he revisits his older, equally enigmatic characters.

Let’s not overlook his role as Jeff Pfister, a tech mogul with diabolical ambitions—because what’s an apocalypse without a little tech-induced mayhem?

Billie Lourd, Lily Rabe, Gabourey Sidibe, and Emma Roberts return as witches, each more captivating and intense than ever.

Whether it’s Mallory’s understated power, Misty Day’s ethereal charm, Queenie’s fierce resolve, or Madison Montgomery’s sassy flair, the ladies bring their A-game.

Taissa Farmiga pulls double duty, portraying both Zoe Benson, a witch exploring the darker recesses of magic, and Violet Harmon, a soul forever haunted by her past.

Meanwhile, Jessica Lange effortlessly slips back into the role of Constance Langdon, proving once again that some characters are truly unforgettable.

Finally, enter Cody Fern as Michael Langdon—the Antichrist himself. With a performance that oscillates between chilling composure and explosive rage, Fern makes it clear that when it comes to playing the villain, he’s in a league of his own.

American Horror Story 1984 (2019)

1984 (2019)

The Plot

If you’ve got a soft spot for the ’80s or find yourself nostalgically flipping through retro horror comics, you’re going to dig the ninth season of “American Horror Story: 1984.”

Breaking away from its usual mix of supernatural chills and complex story arcs, this season instead delves into the heart-pounding, scream-inducing world of classic slasher films.

The timeline rewinds to the neon-soaked ’80s—a decade renowned for its outlandish fashion, booming pop culture, and yes, those infamous horror flicks.

The plot follows a group of young adults who decide it’s a fabulous idea to spend their summer at a camp. Sounds like a blast, until you realize they’re in prime slasher territory.

These unfortunate souls become the targets of a mysterious killer who has made the camp his personal hunting ground.

What ensues is a nail-biting saga of hide-and-seek, where the odds of survival grow slimmer with each passing moment. But, hey, it’s all set to an ’80s beat, making each gruesome demise somewhat danceable in a macabre way.

The Cast

Now, let’s talk talent. Emma Roberts returns to the AHS universe as Brooke Thompson, the ingenue who seems like your typical ‘final girl’—but let’s not jump to conclusions.

Billie Lourd is Montana Duke, the feisty, outspoken one in the group, offering more than a few curveballs throughout the season.

Cody Fern enters the scene as Xavier Plympton, a young man whose mysterious past is as intriguing as his attempts to survive.

Matthew Morrison, who you might recognize from other realms of TV glory, joins the ensemble as Trevor Kirchner, a guy so irresistibly ’80s that he could have walked straight out of a workout video.

Now, for some fresh faces: Gus Kenworthy, primarily known for his athletic prowess, takes a stab at acting as Chet Clancy, whose muscular physique doesn’t exactly make him immune to the killer’s wrath.

John Carroll Lynch brings a complex depth to Benjamin Richter, the man lurking in the shadows of this gory tale. Angelica Ross captivates as Donna Chambers, a character whose intellectual approach to the unfolding chaos adds a unique twist.

And let’s not overlook Zach Villa, who terrifyingly embodies Richard Ramirez, a character that pays homage to real-life horrors.

American Horror Story Double Feature (2021)

Double Feature (2021)

The Plot

The creators of “American Horror Story” have never shied away from pushing the envelope, but they went for a full-on experimental escapade in the 2021 season, “Double Feature.”

This audacious installment decided to really mix it up by giving us not just one, but two separate storylines in a single season.

And trust me, these tales are as different as night and day—yet equally unsettling.

The first part of this horror smorgasbord takes us into the life of a family that’s just relocated to a vampire-laden town.

You’d think they’d look up local lore or at least check Yelp reviews before making such a move, but alas, here they are.

And the family quickly realizes that their new neighbors have a penchant for the sanguineous, leading to a blood-curdling series of events.

Now, if you’ve had your fill of vampires and are looking for a new taste of the bizarre, the second half comes in like a wrecking ball.

This time around, the storyline zooms out—way out—to explore an alien invasion on Earth. UFOs, extraterrestrial beings, the whole shebang!

This narrative switcharoo makes for an oddly satisfying blend of horror that challenges the very framework of serialized storytelling.

The Cast

Let’s meet our dramatis personae. Sarah Paulson doubles down on her roles, playing both Karen Tuberculosa and Mamie Eisenhower, which in itself is an acting challenge that only Paulson could nail with her exceptional range. Evan Peters, a cornerstone of the AHS universe, takes on the role of Austin Sommers, embodying a character that’s so enigmatic, you can’t take your eyes off him.

Lily Rabe also joins the double-duty club, portraying Doris Gardner in the vampire-infested tale and then shifting gears to become Amelia Earhart in the second.

What a range, right? Finn Wittrock keeps us engaged as Harry Gardner, a character whose complexities unfurl as the vampires close in.

Frances Conroy, another AHS regular, comes into play as Belle Noir, a character as intriguing as her name suggests.

Ryan Kiera Armstrong, a new but potent addition to the show, is Alma Gardner—someone who holds her own in a storyline filled with seasoned actors.

Angelica Ross rounds out this already stellar cast as both ‘The Chemist’ and ‘Theta,’ offering us dual narratives that converge into a perplexing but utterly enthralling character arc.

American Horror Story NYC (2022)

NYC (2022)

The Plot

Fresh from the oven of last year’s TV lineup is “NYC,” a season of “American Horror Story” that takes us back to a tumultuous period in the Big Apple—the late ’80s.

But we’re not talking about the glitz and glam of Wall Street or the art scene in SoHo. Nope, this season delves deep into the lives of several LGBT characters who are navigating the terrifying rise of HIV in New York City.

As if living in a time of rampant homophobia weren’t enough, these characters are also contending with another looming danger: a murderer who’s specifically targeting gay men.

So, you’ve got a double dose of dread here—a medical catastrophe entangled with a dark, menacing figure lurking in the city’s subways, alleys, and gay bars.

The plot manages to create a high-stakes, nail-biting atmosphere that effectively portrays the struggles, fear, and resilience of its characters.

The Cast

Before we dive into this labyrinth of emotions, let’s get acquainted with the cast, shall we? Russell Tovey takes on the role of Patrick Read, a character who finds himself at the epicenter of the crisis, grappling with a reality that’s as perplexing as it is perilous.

Then there’s Joe Mantello, delivering a nuanced performance as Gino Barelli, a man wrestling with the complexities of love and loss in this daunting climate.

Billie Lourd switches things up by playing Dr. Hannah Wells, a medical professional with more questions than answers, dealing not just with a healthcare crisis, but also with moral dilemmas that come part and parcel with it.

Denis O’Hare steps into the shoes of Henry Grant, a character entangled in the chaos, often blurring the lines between victim and survivor.

Charlie Carver offers a compelling portrayal of Adam Carpenter, a man who is both vulnerable and defiant, caught in a whirlpool of uncertainty.

Zachary Quinto, not a stranger to intense roles, breathes life into Sam, another character desperately trying to decipher this newfound epidemic while facing personal demons.

Leslie Grossman takes on the role of Barbara Read, a woman deeply affected by the societal judgments and stigmas of the era.

To round out this ensemble, Patti LuPone embodies Kathy Pizazz, a character that adds an additional layer of complexity to this already intricate narrative.

American Horror Story Delicate (2023)

Delicate (2023)

The Plot

The buzz around the 12th season of “American Horror Story,” aptly titled “Delicate,” has been anything but delicate.

Right out of the gate, this season has courted controversy by continuing to film despite an ongoing writers’ strike. The details surrounding the story arc are shrouded in a mist of secrecy.

However, it’s been leaked that the plotline is adapted from an as-yet-unpublished book called “Delicate Condition” by Danielle Valentine.

All we can do now is count down the days until its US premiere on September 20. What could the storyline possibly entail? We’re kept guessing, and that’s part of the allure.

The Cast

If you’re one of those people who simply can’t resist a good casting reveal, then prepare to be amazed—or shocked, depending on your viewpoint.

Emma Roberts is back in the AHS universe, portraying Anna Victoria Alcott, a character whose details are as under wraps as a government secret.

Kim Kardashian makes an audacious foray into the realm of horror, taking on the role of Siobahn Walsh.

Before you raise an eyebrow, let’s remember that stranger things have happened, and this casting choice is likely to serve some purpose that only the brilliant minds behind AHS can fathom.

Cara Delevingne will also step into this intricate web as Meg, a character we know next to nothing about. But if her past performances are any indication, we can expect layers upon layers of complexity.

Matt Czurchy, whom you may recognize from various roles that lean more toward the dramatic, takes a different turn as Dexter Harding. What darkness lies in store for his character? We’ll have to wait and see.

AHS veteran Zachary Quinto reprises his relationship with the series as Frank. Given his previous roles in the AHS universe, it’s safe to say we’re in for a treat or maybe a trick.

Last, but not least, Michaela Jaé Rodriguez joins the eclectic lineup as Talia Donovan. Knowing the AHS style, we’re sure her role won’t be any less mysterious or riveting than her co-stars’.

American Horror Story Season 13

American Horror Story: Season 13

In January 2020, the network doubled down on the success of “American Horror Story” by renewing it for three more heart-stopping seasons—11, 12, and 13.

This means Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk will continue to spook us with their storytelling at least until 2024. With this trio of renewals, the network makes it clear: this anthology of terror isn’t fading into the night anytime soon.

If you’re a fan, rest easy—more horror is on the way. Well, as easy as you can while waiting for the next jump-scare.

American Horror Stories (2021-2024)

American Horror Stories (2021-2024)

The Plot

If you thought the “American Horror Story” universe was chilling enough, brace yourself for its unsettling offspring: “American Horror Stories.”

Launched in 2021, this anthology series is akin to a darker, twisted cousin of the original AHS series.

Each episode is like a mini-horror film, some subtly interwoven with the tapestry of the primary series and others standing alone in their own unnerving glory.

It’s a playground for fear, folks—different tales, different screams, but all under the same unsettling umbrella of AHS.

Two full seasons have been unleashed upon the world, and a third is lurking around the corner, slated for a US release on October 26.

The Cast

A buffet of talent so varied, you’d think you’re at a Hollywood gala. Matt Bomer, Sierra McCormick, Paris Jackson—names you might recognize for reasons that don’t involve scaring your pants off.

Then there are the AHS alums like Billie Lourd and Dylan McDermott, who know their way around the eerie corridors of Ryan Murphy’s imagination. New faces like Rhenzy Feliz, Madison Bailey, and Kaia Gerber add fresh layers of intrigue. Seasoned pros like Denis O’Hare and Judith Light bring gravitas, and pop culture icons like Alicia Silverstone and Bella Thorne add a dash of unexpected flavor.

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Hey there, I'm Princess. I’m an annual comic con attendee, Star Wars-loving, and collector freak. My mission is simple: To bring cool geeky news and content and share my passion with the rest of the world. (... I secretly wish to save the world as a superheroine...)