Ryan Murphy introduces new parts of the American Horror Story franchise in a teaser for the forthcoming Hulu anthology series, American Horror Stories.
“Every episode brings you a different nightmare,” Murphy tweeted on Wednesday.
Murphy, who has been prodding American Horror Stories with posters on his social media accounts, dropped the teaser on Twitter. The short snippet follows a rubber woman on a journey that revisits some of the most memorable locations in the AHS franchise.
American Horror Stories is a weekly hourlong anthology series that will include an alternate horror story in each contained episode. The spinoff will debut exclusively on Hulu July 15. Recently Murphy uncovered that Kevin McHale, Dyllón Burnside, Charles Melton and Nico Greetham will star in the series.
During a panel for Ratched in August 2020, AHS and American Crime Story star Sarah Paulson said that she will direct some part of the series.
The 10th installment of the flagship series, American Horror Story: Double Feature, will debut on FX Wednesday, August 25.
During the May Upfront presentations, FX Chairman John Landgraf said that American Horror Stories will initiate in July and finish up on Halloween. The series is executive produced by Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, Alexis Martin Woodall, John J. Gray and Manny Coto.