American Horror Story Season 9 has been officially announced by the maker Ryan Murphy. The slasher series is back to the game after a year gap and it is now coming to Netflix as per the five-year deal signed by the maker. Earlier, the series was owned by FX and was telecasted in the channel while their deprivement made Murphy move on to Netflix.
Speaking to the FX CEO John Landgraf, he said that he is expecting many more seasons on AHS on the network in the future. As per the recent announcement from the Television Academy, American Horror Story Season 8 will compete in the outstanding drama categories after competing at the Emmys for seven years as a limited series.
The previous season of American Horror Story, Apocalypse featured the characters from previous seasons of the series which impacted its previous strategy of the show being termed as an anthology, with each season as a standalone season. The season 9 of American Horror Story is titled as AHS 1984.
Ryan Murphy posted a spooky teaser trailer on his Instagram and the teaser’s nd of revealed Season 9 title. The glimpse had an 80s slasher movie treatment and at the end of the clip, it was revealed that the show is returning to FX this Fall.