American Horror Story Season 12

American Horror Story Season 12: Release Date, Cast, Plot, Trailer And More!


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American Horror Story is a cable network FX anthology horror television series created by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk.

The first season of the American Story media franchise, each season is conceived as a self-contained miniseries, following a different set of characters and settings in the same fictional universe, and a storyline with its own “beginning, middle, and end.” Some plot elements of each season are loosely inspired by true events.

American Horror Story Season 13 Release Date

Since Season 10 premiered in 2021, there is a very slim chance that Season 13 will be released anytime soon. Season 12 is expected to premiere in 2023, and Season 13 is expected to premiere in 2024.

American Horror Story Season 12

The number of episodes for the upcoming season has yet to be determined, as it has in previous seasons. The remaining details will be revealed in the coming months.


American Horror Story Season 11: Who’s in the Cast?

The cast of American Horror Story season 11 is currently unknown, but we do know a couple of names.

Desperate Housewives star Charlie Carver is in the cast thanks to a street shooting in New York and was seen kissing Grammy nominee Isaac Powell during one scene in Manhattan’s West Village.

Last year, Isaac played Troy Lord/Theo in four episodes of American Horror Story: Double Feature and Charlie played Huck Finnigan, an orderly turned head nurse at Lucia State Hospital, in Ryan Murphy’s Netflix series Ratched.

American Horror Story Season 11: What Will the Plot Be?

When it comes to American Horror Story, this is always the million-dollar question – and there have been several theories as to what AHS 11 will focus on.

American Horror Story Season 12

However, the new theme has been officially confirmed as “NYC,” with the tagline “New Season. New City. New Fears.”

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More information is scarce at the moment, but one thing is certain: the series will not repeat its two-half season format of season 10. Instead, for Season 11, they intend to return to a more tried-and-true setup. It’ll be a single story with flashbacks explaining the plot.

John Landgraf of The Wrap: “What I can tell you is that the season 11 concept is one story. It takes place in multiple timelines, but it’s all about one subject, one story, with a beginning, middle, and end, just like many of the previous stories.”

American Horror Story Season 11: Is There a Trailer Available Yet?

The trailer for American Horror Story Season 13 has yet to be released. You can currently watch the Season 10 trailer below: