Season 8 of “American Horror Story” is finally in sight. This September the heavily anticipated series will return. As we told you earlier, Kathy Bates will be returning and Joan Collins will be joining the cast.
It has also been confirmed that among the familiar faces featured will be Cheyenne Jackson, Billy Eichner, Adina Porter and Leslie Grossman. We also know that Season 8 is reportedly set to take place “in the future.” Between Bates and Collins and producer Ryan Murphy, there is no telling what will happen or what they’re up to – but we are definitely looking forward to it just like other fans.
Via The Wrap:
“American Horror Story” fans who flocked to Twitter Sunday night hoping to get substantial details about the upcoming season 8 from Ryan Murphy will have to wait a little longer. But don’t grumble too much, because it’s for a good cause.
While live-tweeting the latest episode of his new FX show “Pose,” Murphy, with some help from Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters and Emma Roberts, announced a charity contest to benefit Children’s Hospital Los Angeles — and the winner will find out both the title and plot of “AHS” season 8 before everyone else does.
In the meantime, what else do we know? The new season seems to be a crossover of Coven and Murder House, per Ryan Murphy:
The Coven/Murder House AHS crossover season won't be happening next year…because it's happening THIS YEAR. AHS #8 WITCHES RULE THIS SEPTEMBER
— Ryan Murphy (@MrRPMurphy) June 14, 2018
A cross between Coven and Murder House? Wow – that could bring all kinds of trouble.
Speaking of trouble and Murder House, owners of the actual property recently sued both their realtor and the sellers of the $3.2 million home Los Angeles home, claiming that they had no idea that they were in for a countless number of fans who consider it a tourist destination.
The couple, Ernst Von Schwarz and Angela Oakenfold say that they bought the Rosenheim Mansion without any idea of what they were in for, including tourists at all times of the day and even some fans have outright broken into the house.
With the releases of Matt Dillon’s new film (and already notorious) The House That Jack Built, to Matthew McConaughey’s newest, true crime-based White Boy Rick and the return of Jamie Lee Curtis in the latest of the Halloween franchise, it’s fair to say that Fall is looking great – and interesting – so far.here and on Twitter here.
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