Now it’s official: Season 11 of American Horror Story premiered exclusively on Star+ this Thursday, October 20, with two episodes. New chapters arrive weekly on the platform.
Below, check out a summary of the new installment of the horror series and know what to expect!
Where to watch American Horror Story?
One of the most acclaimed horror series of recent years, American Horror Story Season 11 premieres exclusively on Star+. Created by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, the production already has the first 10 seasons available on the streaming platform.
When does American Horror Story: New York City premiere?
Season 11 premiered exclusively on Star+ this Thursday, October 20, with two episodes. New chapters arrive weekly on the platform.
Entitled American Horror Story: New York Citythe season will be the deadliest of AHS and unlike any other. This will be the first year that the series is set in the Big Apple, exploring urban terror and following a group of characters living terrible situations in New York City.
After the 10th season was split into two parts, the president of the FX channel, John Landgraf, stated that the 11th is about a single story. “Actually, it takes place in different periods, but it’s all part of the same narrative, with a beginning, middle and end. I think it turned out really good,” he said.
Zachary Quinto, Leslie Grossman, Denis O’Hare Billie Lourd, Russell Tovey, Charlie Carver, Sandra Bernhard, Isaac Cole Powell, Joe Mantello and Patti LuPone are confirmed for the new season’s cast.
number of episodes
American Horror Story: New York City will have a total of 10 episodes, with an average duration of 1 hour each.