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Ryan Murphy has done it again. You’d think he couldn’t come up with any major hits after Pose, Halston, 9-1-1, and, of course, American Horror Story. Arguably his most successful series, the anthology show premiered ten years ago, and it’s still going strong (a season ten is even in the works). So, what could be bigger and better than his most brilliant masterpiece?
Enter: American Horror Stories. The plural version. This time, Murphy is introducing a new horror—ghouls, aliens, and demons alike—every episode instead of every season. The producer himself revealed on Twitter that new and old characters are set to reappear in the 16-one hour stand-alone episodes and that each episode is inspired by myths, legends, and of course, lore. From Billie Lourd to fan-favorite Naomi Grossman, the cast is filled with numerous AHS’s alums (and newcomers too). The only downside, however, is that there isn’t confirmation that Sarah Paulson will appear. As of now, our favorite actor is focusing her energy on other Murphy-related projects, including season 10 of AHS and American Crime Story: Impeachment.
And if you are excited as we are and have seen the trailer, you’d know that our beloved Rubber Man from season 1 is set to appear in one of the episodes. And, this time, he’s brought an accomplice—a Rubber Woman, though she also might be his killer. We’re not sure yet. The trailer doesn’t reveal too much but surely does show enough gore and blood to get you hyped up.
So, you’re ready to stream? Here’s how to watch.
How to watch American Horror Stories
Unlike American Horror Story where episodes are released every week on FX, the spin-off show will only be available on Hulu under the FX on Hulu banner. The first two episodes premiered on July 15 and each episode will be released thereafter.
Happy streaming (or screaming, if you’re a wuss at jump scares).
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