There’ll be no double-dipping for the next season of American Horror Story.
As fan will recall, the 10th season of FX’s popular horror anthology series was split into two parts–Red Tide and Death Valley–with no connection between the two. Not so with the show’s 11th season, according to a report on comicbook.com.
The next season–which does not yet have a debut date–will contain just one storyline, said FX chairman John Landgraf during a recent interview. While revealing precious little about the show’s upcoming season, Landgraf did say “the concept of Season 11 is one story.”
The season, he added, “actually take place in different timelines–but it’s one subject, one story, with a beginning, middle and an end. Like many of the prior stories.”
While acknowledging he liked last season’s Double Feature format (with Red Tide’s vampires and Death Valley’s aliens), Landgraf is looking forward to the single storyline approach. “I liked the two shorter-story format,” he said, “but I really like this idea, too. I think it’s really cool.”
American Horror Story–created for FX by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk back in 2011–has already been renewed through Season 13. The series–which has garnered 28 Primetime Emmy Award nominations and nine Golden Globe Award noms–was named the most in-demand horror TV show in 2019.
Keep reading Horror News Network for the next update on Season 11 of American Horror Story on FX.