Last month, Ryan Murphy shared a short teaser which revealed that the title of the ninth season of "American Horror Story" is "American Horror Story: 1984," and judging by the footage shown, it looks to be a slasher-inspired season. Obviously, the season will be set in the year 1984, and executive producer Tim Minear teases that it'll be a real treat for fans of '80s horror!
"I will tell you nothing, except that I think it’s awesome," Minear recently told The Wrap. "I think it’s gonna be really scary but a lot of fun, like it always is."
He added, "If you have a taste for ’80s horror, you’re in for a treat."
"What I would say is that this has been an area that Ryan has talked about since I’ve known him and it’s just a real sweet spot for him. And I think it was time for him to do it."
We don't know much else about Season 9 at this time, other than it will obviously be set in 1984 and Emma Roberts will be back, starring alongside Olympic medalist Gus Kenworthy.
We've also learned that Evan Peters will not be returning for this season.
"AHS: 1984" will premiere this Fall.