“American Horror Story” will debut on FX in the fall and several past cast members are expected to return for the latest installment in the horror anthology…
“American Horror Story” season 11 will debut on FX in the fall but details about the series remain under wraps.
That said, the first bit of news about casting has been confirmed with several familiar faces from past seasons of “American Horror Story” set to return for the latest installment in the anthology series.
According to Deadline, Zachary Quinto, Billie Lourd, Isaac Powell and Patti LuPone are all set to star in the upcoming season after previously appearing in multiple installments of “American Horror Story.” Quinton and Lourd in particular have made regular appearances on “American Horror Story” over the past 10 seasons.
There will definitely be some new cast members as well with names such as Sandra Bernhard, Joe Mantello and Charlie Carver also confirmed for the new season.
Now the full cast list won’t likely be revealed until a later date with co-creator Ryan Murphy always dishing out that information closer to when the show is set to debut, which is usually when he’ll reveal the title for the season along with teaser trailers.
At this time there have been no hints or rumors about what “American Horror Story” season 11 will involve, although photos of filming have captured sets that appear to be staged in the 1970s and 1980s.
There’s no word on who else from past seasons of “American Horror Story” might appear in the upcoming installment, although Murphy loves to work with many of the same actors across all of his various shows, which also include several on Netflix as well.
One name who may not return for the upcoming season is Sarah Paulson, who has hinted that she may be done with “American Horror Story” for the time being, although Murphy seems to always find a way to lure her back even if it’s only for a cameo appearance.
More information on “American Horror Story” season 11 should become available over the next few weeks with the show expected to debut on FX in the fall.