American Horror Story Season 11: What We Can Expect From It? Know Here!

Who would have thought that American Horror Story, the program that gave us the term “cranking,” would still be going strong over a decade after it originally aired?

That’s a subject of considerable discussion, to be honest. Death Valley, Ryan Murphy’s American Horror Story spin-off, was disappointing in comparison to Red Tide in Season Ten, which had a promising start.

However, this does not rule out the possibility of another season of American Horror Story. A three-season extension of Murphy’s program was announced in January 2020, bringing the total number of episodes to at least 13.

Ryan and Brad [Fulchuk] are indisputable masters of horror TV, having established the anthology limited series American Horror Story and maintaining its dominance for over a decade as FX’s highest-rated series,” stated FX chairman John Landgraf at the time.

But what’s next for this wonderfully weird show?? In season 11, will American Horror Story return to its roots, or will the show’s producers continue to push the boundaries of the medium? Is there going to be another crossover? At least one more time on the big screen would be good for the world if Jessica Lange returned to reprise one of her greatest performances…

When Can We Expect The Eleventh Season Of American Horror Story To Air?

On the surface, American Horror Story’s narrative may seem a jumbled mess, but the show’s on-air timeline has mostly remained constant. When it came to the first nine seasons, fresh episodes were released in September or October and wrapped up before Christmas.

Due to COVID-related delays, American Horror Story was forced to cancel its 2020 premiere. Assuming nothing else goes wrong, we should see season 11 of American Horror Story in September or October of 2022, assuming all goes according to plan.

Who Will Return For Season 11 Of American Horror Story?

American Horror Story cast members like Evan Peters, who formerly appeared on the show on a regular basis, now appear less often. Despite being a fan favorite on the show, Sarah Paulson has said that season ten could be her last.

Paulson expressed doubts about her future with American Horror Story: Freak Show in an interview with Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen (via E! Online).

“For the first time in three years, I’m unsure. This is probably the final season of American Horror Story for me. To be honest, I have no idea. The first time he introduces me to this whacky persona, I’m like, ‘Yes!’ ‘Let’s do this!’ Then then, I’m not sure.”

Newer fan favorites like Angelica Ross, Leslie Grossman, Cody Fern, and Billie Lourd will likely get greater screen time as the elder guard transitions to other endeavors. Finn Wittrock, who will be donning some spandex to portray Green Lantern in a new HBO Max program, is not expected to join them if they do appear in season 11.

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Ryan Murphy, the show’s creator, is usually secretive about each American Horror Story topic, but in April 2021, he put the question to the fans for the first time, asking them what they wanted to see in the future.

On Twitter, Murphy encouraged followers to vote on a range of themes, including Aliens, Christmas Horror, Bloody Mary, Piggy Man, Sirens, and Plague. Since aliens were prominent in Season Ten, we don’t expect them to return any time soon. However, what about the following possibilities?

Sirens and Bloody Mary were the last two choices that proved to be most popular. Because Ryan didn’t share the results of the poll, it’s impossible to know how the results will affect season 11 of American Horror Story.

The American Horror Stories offshoot could just as well center on Sirens or Bloody Mary, even if Murphy decides to go that route. “Expanding the Universe” was Ryan’s initial tweet, which indicates that this may have nothing to do with the upcoming season 11. That’s all we got for the time being.

American Horror Story Season 10 Trailer-

If we don’t overthrow the present Supreme and take control of the coven, we won’t be able to share what fresh footage will look like until then. In saying all of that, we wouldn’t be shocked if we had our first peek of American Horror Story season 11 at the end of the summer of 2022, at the absolute latest.

Last Thoughts-

Double Feature debuted on Disney+ in the United Kingdom and FX in the United States on October 20. If you haven’t seen seasons 1-8 of the show, you may rent them from Netflix or purchase them from Amazon Prime Video.

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