Buckle up, people: Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk’s American Horror Story: 1984 finally has a premiere date from FX Networks.
The season of the anthology series will be making its way to TV screens on Sept. 18 at its normal 10 p.m. slot to give fans what seems like quite a horror-filled season. Murphy, the series’ creator and producer, previously teased the season and announced the title through his Instagram, and the clip reveals that the season will follow the theme of slasher horror films.
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While the entire cast hasn’t been announced, Murphy has confirmed that actress Emma Roberts will return. It can be assumed that actress Sarah Paulson will return, since she’s been in every one of the eight seasons of the show. Cast members from the previous season, American Horror Story: Apocalypse, included Paulson, Roberts, Evan Peters, Kathy Bates, Billy Eichner, Jessica Lange, Taissa Farmiga, Adina Porter and Cheyenne Jackson, to name a few.
Other than the announcement of American Horror Story’s premiere, FX also announced the premiere dates for multiple other shows. The Sons Of Anarchy spinoff Mayans M.C. will have its season two premiere on Sept. 3, the second season of Mr Inbetween will premiere Sept. 12 and the premiere for the 14th season of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia will grace viewers’ screens on Sept. 25.