A new Instagram video reveals the full cast lists for episodes one and two of Ryan Murphy’s upcoming spin-off series, American Horror Stories.
A new video from the American Horror Story Instagram account has revealed the full cast lists for episodes one and two of Ryan Murphy’s upcoming spin-off series, American Horror Stories. The show, which was announced by Murphy in May of 2020, features self-contained anthological storylines, straying from the season-long story arc practiced in the original show. American Horror Story alum, Sarah Paulson, is a director on the series, and many other former cast members are returning to take part in the new project, along with some newcomers.
American Horror Stories is set to premiere on FX on Hulu beginning July 15, with a plot that has been kept under pretty tight wraps. The aptly-named series will feature a new horror story in each episode, and the list of terrifying possibilities is seemingly endless. The original American Horror Story premiered in 2011 and quickly became known for its repeat castings and clues possibly connecting the seasons. Now, it seems like American Horror Stories is set on using some of these same methods to keep devoted viewers watching. A recent trailer for the series showed new characters back in season one’s Murder House, while known characters and returning actors are also set to reappear.
The @ahsfx Instagram account has now released the full cast list for episodes one and two of American Horror Stories, titled “Rubber(wo)man” and ‘“Rubber(wo)Man Part Two). The mix of actors includes seasoned American Horror participants along with some exciting new faces. Fans of the universe will recognize Matt Bomer from his American Horror Story roles as Andy in season four and Donovan in season five, and now as Michael in the spin-off. Other notable cast members include Sierra McCormick, Kaia Gerber, Paris Jackson and Aaron Tveit. Check out the video below:
A synopsis for the series reads that Scarlett, played by McCormick, enters a twisted new romance while Michael and Troy, played by Creel, are forced to confront their rocky relationship. The rest of the season will also notably include newcomers such as Kevin McHale from Glee and Danny Trejo in the confirmed role of Santa Claus. Hopefully, the series will be enough to tide viewers over while building anticipation for the upcoming tenth season of American Horror Story, “Double Feature,” which is set to premiere in late August.
It’s almost difficult to believe that Ryan Murphy is capable of creating more iconically creepy and horrifying plots to keep fans scared. American Horror Story has long been the type of show where you can’t look away, no matter how much you may want to. Now, it seems like American Horror Stories is going to be able to fulfill that same ideal, new cast included.
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