American Horror Story 7 is set in modern times

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In a culturally relevant and all-so-fitting move, in the midst of our real-life national nightmare, FX has announced that American Horror Story will be renewed for seasons 8 and 9, which will take us through 2019.

Details about their upcoming relationship in the seventh season are still spoken of only in whispers, as is Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk's way. "[I] couldn't tell you what seasons eight and nine will be, but I can honestly tell you that we're excited about season seven, and utterly confident that seasons eight and nine will be equally original and interesting".

"It actually will be shrouded in super-secrecy", said FX Networks CEO John Landgraf at the Television Critics Association press tour Thursday morning when asked about the next chapter of the Ryan Murphy anthology series. Also, the animated series "Archer" will move to FXX and debut at 10 p.m. April 5. Murphy also confirmed series regulars Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters have signed on to return. The Seventh edition of the show is finally getting underway and there are already two stars signed to join the cast.

Maybe it should be called "American Renewal Story". "I don't know I haven't decided how to do it yet". Over the years, AHS has been home to some of the biggest names in Hollywood and icons such as Jessica Lange and Kathy Bates have won awards for their portrayal of certain AHS characters.

How long will we have to wait to find out more?

What will co-creator Ryan Murphy, photographed during the Golden Globes in Beverly Hills, California, on January 8, 2017, come up with in Season 7 of "American Horror Story"?

So, could either S8 and S8 be the crossover season - ft.the cast of both Murder House and Coven - that Murphy has been teasing the shit out of?

How many times do you think Shelby shouted for Matt in Roanoke? With Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters" names officially attached to the "modern-day' project, it looks like we're going to be in for one hell of a ride.

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