American Horror Story’s timeline might still be a confusing mess within the show, but the show’s timeline on air has been pretty consistent for the most part. Until they aired season 9, a new chapter premiered around September or October, wrapping up completely before Christmas. However, that all changed thanks to the pandemic related delays that forced American Horror Story to skip 2020 entirely. Supposing nothing else goes wrong, the production seems to be back on track, which means that we can probably expect American Horror Story Season 11 in September or October 2022.
American Horror Story Season 11 Release date
As the 10th season of American Horror Story was aired in August 2021, The fans are now waiting for the future season 11, but there is no official announcement of the release date of season 11. However, the series was renewed in January 2020 for the three seasons after the ten victorious seasons, without any clear-cut announcement of any new releases in the future.
Given this information, we are confident that American Horror Story is set to release in 2022, and it will be the starting point of season 11. We will have our favourite horror series back on FX screens.
American Horror Story Season 11 Cast
The Cast taking part in American Horror Story has not been made public yet, so we are still unaware. FX has also not officially revealed who is in the Cast of season eleven. But we have gathered some good updates recently about the Cast of American Horror Story below:
Moreover, it has been reported that Sarah Catherine Paulson will not be a member of the Cast of season 11. She also said that she is still fortunate to be part of season eleven if Murphy calls her.
Other characters who are expected to play a part in season 11 are:
- Leslie Grosman
- Lily Rabe
- Cody Ferd
- Bill Murphy
There is no precise indication of the cast members, and these are just assumptions that have been made.
American Horror Story Season 11 Plot
Series creator Ryan Murphy is notoriously slick in each theme of American Horror Story. Still, for the first time, he tested the waters in April 2021 by asking the fandom on Twitter what they hope to see moving forward.
In the Twitter poll that is now deleted, Murphy asked fans to vote on various potential themes, including Aliens, Christmas Horror, Bloody Mary, Piggy Man, Sirens, and Plague. Aliens were, of course, a big part of season ten, so we do not imagine they’ll be flying back anytime soon.
The only problem is that Ryan never revealed which choice won the vote and, even more crucially, whether these results would impact the season 11.
Even if Murphy does decide to go with Sirens or Bloody Mary as a show theme, it could just as well become the focus of the American Horror Stories spinoff or something else entirely. In his original tweet, Ryan used the phrase “Expanding the Universe”, which means that this might have absolutely nothing to do with the new season 11. But this is all we have to go on as of right now.
American Horror Story Season 11 Trailer
Part of the reason for fans’ apprehension is how creator Ryan Murphy may be picking this season’s theme. In April 2021, Murphy tweeted the temperature of the fandom’s appetite for various story ideas. The tweet included the phrase “Expanding the Universe,” indicating that whatever was to come, it would not be part of the previously released series.