It's titled American Horror Story: 1984, and-as the name suggests-it'll take its inspiration from horror movies of the 1980s. Murphy pushes the kitsch over the top by backing the video with Dan Hartmann's oh-so-'80s staple "I Can Dream About You", which, for the record, was also prominently featured in Walter Hill's 1984 actioner Streets of Fire.
Emmy victor and series alum Sarah Paulson (Ratched, The Goldfinch) will not be starring in the new season along with Evan Peters (X-Men film franchise), the first time that Paulson and Peters haven't appeared in the series since its inception.
It goes without saying that the 1984 title is a hint towards when the season is going to be set, and some of the other teasers that are out there already allude heavily to some sort of summer-camp theme.
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Asked if the grandfather had been drinking, he added: "There was absolutely no alcohol involved, Sam is not a drinker". Mr Winkleman told reporters the family felt "terrible", and that Mr Anello was "crying hysterically" when they spoke.
Newcomers include Olympic medalist Gus Kenworthy, Zach Villa (Shameless), DeRon Horton (Dear White People), Matthew Morrison (Glee), and transgender rights advocate Angelica Ross (Pose) - who revealed the news on Instagram on Wednesday. Watch Murphy's teaser below.
It was previously reported that frequent "American Horror Story" star Sarah Paulson will only appear in a small role this season. It should come as no surprise that he finally chose to dip a toe into the fruitful realm of '80s slasher flicks.
Ready the Aqua Net, sequins and skinny ties because more details have emerged about "American Horror Story: 1984", the next chapter in FX's popular anthology series.