During FX’s executive session at the Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour, FX chairman John Landgraf, confirmed that the eleventh season of Ryan Murphy’s anthology series, “American Horror Story”, will be coming out this Fall.

FX still hasn’t revealed any details on the upcoming eleventh season, such as what the show will be called, who will be starring in it and when exactly it will be released.

Currently, FX is releasing new episodes of the spin-off series, “American Horror Stories”, weekly on Hulu in the United States.  Each of these episodes are single stories and the series is also released internationally as a Star Original on Star+ in Latin America and on Disney+ around the world.  However, no release date has yet been confirmed on when this series will be released internationally.

The last season of “American Horror Story” was called “Double Feature” and was released during the Fall of 2021 on Hulu in the US and on Disney+ internationally.

All of the prior ten seasons of American Horror Story are currently available on Hulu. The series has been ordered through Season 13.

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