Ryan Murphy’s $300 million deal with Netflix left us wondering about his many FX projects in development – and with good reason. The busy showrunner says “I don’t quite know” the fate of either Katrina: American Crime Story or a Feud sequel with Princess Diana and Prince Charles.
The only thing worse than living in a ghost-infested Murder House is living in a famous one. Non-viewers of American Horror Story found this out the hard way, as the current owners of the real-life Season 1 property are suing their realtors for all the overzealous, trespassing fans.
As often as American Horror Story stars dip in and out of seasons, few are missed as much as the Murder House cast. Well, we don’t have Connie Britton back just yet, but Dylan McDermott nonetheless hints that a Season 8 return is in our future.
The secretive and meta nature of American Horror Story Season 6 denied Roanoke traditional title credits, but far be it for Ryan Murphy to stiff us twice in a row. Join the Cult with Season 7’s first look at the presidential title credits in advance of our September premiere.
Now that American Horror Story: Cult finally cracked Season 7, the whole dam is about to burst. Creator Ryan Murphy reveals not only our heartland America setting, but returning favorites to the cast, and what Murphy calls Evan Peters’ “heaviest season yet.” Plus, watch a brand-new promo!
The madness of deducing American Horror Story Season 6 is behind us, but Season 7 has its own questions. Answers may come as early as next week, as Ryan Murphy promises a full title, and perhaps even the new opening credits.