If you thought the 5th season of American Horror Story will mark the series’ end, it will not. The news of American Horror Story renewed for the 6th season is already making the rounds. According to the latest reports published by Variety, FX has renewed this horror series for a 6th season that will debut in 2016.
American Horror Story has already created history on FX, being the most watched show on the channel. The announcement of a season 6 came during the ongoing installment “American Horror Story: Hotel,” which currently airs on Wednesday nights.
This Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk-created TV series have enjoyed nice viewer ratings throughout its 4 seasons, and the 5th one is also going strong so far. The news of the American Horror Story renewed for a 6th season is surely going to come as a nice surprise for fans who eagerly wait for each week.
The show has covered a long journey on FX starting with its first season “Murder House” up to the current 5th season, “Hotel.” The current season of the show includes stars like Lady Gaga, Kathy Bates, Sarah Paulson, Matt Bomer and many more.
As declared by the CEO of the FX Networks, John Landgraf, just like every season, the new one also will try to explore new limits in creativity and ensure the best frightful entertainment for the audience.
However, even after the official announcement of American Horror Story getting renewed, Murphy has given no hints about the theme of the upcoming season. Any detail about the expected cast for next season has not been disclosed either. According to reports, Murphy has been pitching his idea to Lady Gaga for a comeback, but nothing has been confirmed yet.