American Horror Story’s Season 9 Title Has Been Revealed In A New Trailer
But a massive star won't be returning this season.
American Horror Story is back with its ninth season and it looks creepy af.
The creator of the hit show Ryan Murphy has just revealed that the show’s latest season will be called AHS 1984.
Obviously, the title of the show doesn’t give very much away. However, Ryan also dropped a teaser trailer for the show on Instagram which hints at what we should be expecting.
The clip shows a teenage girl running through the woods from a masked figure who is stalking her and wielding a knife.
The teaser is serving some real 80s horror vibes – which makes the title make more sense. Why 1984, you ask? Well, 1984 was the year when Friday the 13th was billed as its “Final Chapter”. Horror faves such as as Nightmare on Elm Street and Children of the Corn also hit the screen that year.
Deadline has reported that Emma Roberts is coming back to season nine and her boyfriend will be played by Olympic silver medalist freestyle skier Gus Kenworthy.
Emma’s ex, Evan Peters, who has appeared in each season of the show to date, will not be back this season. Earlier this month, he said he was going to “sit a season out” when he was asked about his level of involvement in season nine.
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Evan’s refusal to be involved could come back to his recent split with Emma Roberts, but he hasn’t cited that as reason.
It is yet to be announced whether Sarah Paulson return for AHS 1984.
American Horror Story will return this autumn.
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