The Network has confirmed that Ryan Murphy’s anthology series will last at least during year 13.
The latest season of the show has been its ninth. The installment, branded AHS:1984, paid homage to the 1980s slasher genre and followed figures in a sleepaway camp.
AHS: 1984 arrived into an expectedly bloody decision in November this past year.
Original members of this cast, such as Evan Peters, Jessica Lange, and Sarah Paulson, were notably missing from the most recent series.
Considering that the system’s announcement, AHS favorite Paulson has confirmed she will be returning for year 10.
The celebrity delighted AHS buffs with all the information when talking at the winter Television Critics Association.
The expansion of AHS proceeds a longstanding relationship between Murphy and FX, regardless of the acclaimed author’s recent deal with Netflix.
Most recently, Murphy worked together with Netflix to Generate The Politician, starring Ben Platt and is now in post-production on Ratched, a spin-off of Ken Kasey’s One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest that contains Sarah Paulson because of its lead.