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American Horror Story: NYC Sets Premiere Date, Star-Studded Cast

The latest season of Ryan Murphy's horror anthology series has finally been confirmed.
  • American Horror Story: NYC. (Photo: FX)
    American Horror Story: NYC. (Photo: FX)

    American Horror Story is officially headed to New York City.

    After keeping things hush-hush for quite some time, FX announced Thursday that Season 11 of Ryan Murphy's horror anthology series will be titled American Horror Story: NYC. It will premiere October 19 with two episodes on FX, and episodes will stream next day on Hulu. 

    This season will feature Horror Story alums and Murphy collaborators including Zachary Quinto (last seen in the first and second season of AHS), Joe Mantello, Bille Lourd, Denis O'Hare, Patti LuPone, Sandra Bernhard, Isaac Powell, and Charlie Carver. 

    No details have been released about the plot of the 10-episode season. Previous Horror Story installments have included Murder HouseAsylumCovenFreak ShowHotelRoanokeCultApocalypse, 1984, and last year's Double Feature: Red Tide and Death ValleyAmerican Horror Story has been renewed through its 13th season. 

    American Horror Story: NYC premieres on FX October 19.

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    Jade Budowski is a freelance writer with a knack for ruining punchlines and harboring dad-aged celebrity crushes. She was previously a reporter/producer at Decider and is a member of the Television Critics Association. Follow her on Twitter: @jadebudowski.

    TOPICS: American Horror Story: Season 11, Charlie Carver, Ryan Murphy, Sandra Bernhard, Zachary Quinto