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'American Horror Stories' on FX: Everything to Know. Decider'American Horror Stories' on FX: Everything to Know
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American Horror Stories (FX on Hulu, 12:01 a.m., series premiere, first two episodes): It’s been just shy of 10 years since the first season of American Horror Story—the one now called Murder House—first aired on Hulu, with Connie Britton’s amazing hair only one of the shocks that awaited its new viewers. It is, somehow, still going, so look for season 10 in the fall; it’s called Double Feature, so we’ve got at least one more season before AHS: Pandemic descends on us like a cloud of locusts. But we’re not here about AHS. We’re here about AHS-es.
American Horror Stories sees Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk still working that anthology beat, but this time the stories are standalone episodes (or, at most, two-parters). Think Twilight Zone, but with alumni from the cast of Glee. Juan Barquin will recap the first two episodes, which serve as parts one and two of the two-part “Rubber(wo)Man.”
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Long before the American Horror Stories Season 1 premiere, Ryan Murphy revealed the episode count for the new cycle. In November 2020, the creator claimed the AHS spinoff will be 16 episodes long. On Twitter, Murphy wrote:
It’s the AHS spinoff. We are doing 16 one hour stand alone episodes delving into horror myths, legends and lore…many of these episodes will feature AHS stars you know and love.
Murphy’s tweet also reveals how many episodes of American Horror Stories are left after the premiere. As you may know, the first two episodes of the anthology series will be released on July 15, and new episodes will drop weekly on Thursdays. So there will be 14 episodes left.
As Murphy mentioned in his tweet, new episodes of American Horror Stories will focus on standalone stories instead of one overarching story throughout the season. Of course, fans will have to wait and see which tales are told. But the American Horror Story spinoff already revealed what’s coming in the next five episodes. So here’s what to expect, according to IMDb.
For now, American Horror Story fans will just have to watch each tale unfold when the spinoff series drops on FX on Hulu. But it seems many viewers are already buzzing because of the American Horror Stories cast.
Recently, the new AHS show confirmed a few members of the cast and who they will play. The list includes Aaron Tveit as Adam, Amy Grabow as Tipper Gore, Ashley Martin Carter as Rowena, Belissa Escobedo as Shanti, Charles Melton as Wyatt, Danny Trejo as Santa Claus, Dyllon Burnside as James, Gavin Creel as Troy, Kaia Gerber as Ruby, Kevin McHale as Barry, Kyle Red Silverstein as Quinn, Madison Bailey as Kelley, Nico Greetham as Zinn, Paris Jackson as Maya, Rhenzy Feliz as Chad, Sierra McCormick as Scarlett, and Virginia Gardner as Bernadette
A few familiar faces will also return for American Horror Stories, including Matt Bomer, Billie Lourd, John Carrol Lynch, and Naomi Grossman. So given all the hype surrounding the AHS spinoff, some viewers are already wondering whether American Horror Stories will be renewed for season 2. But as always, we’ll see what happens next. Stay tuned.
New episodes of American Horror Stories Season 1 drop Thursdays on FX on Hulu.