'American Horror Story' Renewed for Season 10

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Specifically, the eighth season will be mashing up elements from the first season, Murder House, and the third season, Coven, with Taissa Farmiga and Emma Roberts returning to reprise their roles from season three.

One has to wonder where does the series go after a season called Apocalypse (the end of the world feels pretty finite), but viewers can always count on Murphy and Falchuk to come up with new and wild stories.

While she wasn't present, Jessica Lange's presence in AHS: Apocalypse was confirmed by creator Ryan Murphy during the panel.

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Starting back in 2011 with American Horror Story: Murder House, the show has charted everything from insane asylums to haunted hotels, freak shows to found-footage horror.

Indeed, any series that lasts more than 5 seasons is in serious danger of becoming stale, but the fact that each chapter of American Horror Story tells a unique tale in a bevy of eras and locations has allowed it to remain both fresh and versatile.

Speaking about whether Season 10 could be the last, Landgraf confessed, "I don't know". I think the eighth cycle, which is now in production, is awesome and insane, and I think the fans will really like it. The show had previously been renewed for Seasons 8 and 9.

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Sarah Paulson announced that Lange would be in the show's upcoming eighth season during the TCA summer press tour on Friday, in the role of Constance Langdon.

American Horror Story: Apocalypse will premiere on September 12 on FX. Taking this into account, it makes sense that the network wants to keep him onside for as long as possible.

Either way, we're beyond excited to see what this new season brings. In additional to Lange and Paulson, cast members confirmed for Season 8 include Evan Peters, Kathy Bates, Billie Lourd, Adina Porter, Joan Collins, Jeffrey Bowyer-Chapman, Kyle Allen, and Cody Fern.

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