‘American Horror Tales’: FX renews series for Season 2
American Horror Tales will return for a second season.
Sequence creator Ryan Murphy confirmed Friday that FX renewed the American Horror Story spinoff series for Season 2.
“The tales do not cease right here. #AHStories will return for an additional season,” Murphy wrote on Instagram.
FX introduced the news throughout Tv Critics Affiliation digital summer season press tour. Information of the renewal comes forward of the American Horror Tales Season 1 finale, which airs Aug. 19 on FX on Hulu.
American Horror Tales is created by Murphy and Brad Falchuck. The anthology series tells a special horror story in every episode and stars Matt Bomer, Billie Lourd, John Carroll Lynch, Danny Trejo and Paris Jackson in Season 1.
Season 1 had essentially the most profitable launch of any FX on Hulu series to this point, based on Murphy.
Season 2 will premiere in 2022.
As well as, American Horror Story will return for a tenth season, American Horror Story: Double Function, on Aug. 25. The season will likely be cut up into two components, Crimson Tide and Demise Valley.