Last week, FX finally unveiled the official title for American Horror Story Season 7, which will be known as American Horror Story: Cult. Now that the cat is finally out of the bag, more teasers have surfaced, which take us deeper inside this bizarre cult of clowns. Unfortunately, there is still much mystery surrounding this season, but we do know that it will somehow tie into last year's Presidential election.
The first teaser popped up on the FX YouTube channel, while the rest were assembled by an American Horror Story fan-run Instagram account. While none of these teasers reveal anything specific about the Presidential election, series creator Ryan Murphy has hinted that the election will serve as a jumping off point for the season, although there won't be any actors portraying current President Donald Trump or his opponent, Hillary Clinton. Regardless of how this season plays out, the future of American Horror Story is certainly intact.
FX renewed American Horror Story way back in October, and then even issued renewals for Season 8 and Season 9 as well, one of which has been rumored to be a long-awaited crossover season, which series creator Ryan Murphy revealed will bring together elements from the very first season, Murder House, and the third season, Coven. He did not specify when this season may debut, but with a two-season renewal, it's certainly possible that one of these seasons will in fact be the crossover season. While each season of the show was believed to stand on its own, Ryan Murphy has been introducing elements that weave together these seasons, so it will be interesting to see how that season comes together.
As for this coming season, Ryan Murphy also announced just before the big title reveal that Girls creator Lena Dunham will be joining the cast, although it is believed that she is only popping up for just one episode. Longtime series regulars Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters are confirmed to be returning, along with AHS: Roanoke stars Adina Porter and Cheyenne Jackson. They will be joined by series newcomers Colton Haynes, Leslie Grossman, Billie Lourd and Billy Eichner. FX also confirmed at Comic-Con that the series will premiere Tuesday, September 5 at 10 PM ET.
This fan Instagram account also features some artwork from the new season, with one of the trailers including the URL AHSCult.com where fans can learn more about random cult members. Ryan Murphy has been teasing a new American Horror Story monster with some bizarre artwork, although it remains to be seen when we'll get more official teasers from this highly-anticipated season. Until then, take a look at the trailers and artwork we've assembled from American Horror Story: Cult, debuting Tuesday, September 5 at 10 PM ET on FX.