Right before the American Horror Story spinoff drops this July, the mastermind behind the franchise, Ryan Murphy, finally confirmed some of the cast members that will appear in American Horror Stories.
Instead of individual seasons each encapsulating different eerie and terrifying stories, American Horror Stories delved away from its original material. Each weekly hour-long episode will showcase unique stories different from the other.
Murphy revealed the cast in a short teaser video on Twitter, stating that “this isn’t even half of it.”
And this isn't even the half of it. Take a peek at some of the American Horror Stories cast. The brand new anthology series begins streaming July 15 only on #FXonHulu. #AHStories @AHSFX pic.twitter.com/Phu6dh02Vd— Ryan Murphy (@MrRPMurphy) July 7, 2021
The series will have Aaron Tveit who plays Adam, Kaia Gerber as Ruby, Sierra McCormick as Scarlett, Gavin Creel as Troy, Ashley Martin Carter as Rowena, Paris Jackson as Maya, Belissa Escobedo as Shanti, Rhenzy Feliz as Chad, Madison Bailey as Kelley, Kyle Red Silverstein as Quinn, Amy Grabow as Tipper Gore, Virginia Gardner as Bernadette, and Danny Trejo as Santa Claus.
Some of the well-known American Horror Story alumni are set to play new roles, such as Matt Bomer as Michael, Naomi Grossman as Rabid Ruth, John Carol Lynch as Larry Bitterman, and Billie Lourd as Liv Whitley. Evan Peters and Macaulay Culkin, and other familiar faces will appear in the succeeding episodes.
Besides teasing who the cast are, “Rubber Man,” a monster that was on the first season of the show American Horror Story: Murder House, also appeared.
Sarah Paulson, another AHS star, will be directing American Horror Stories while Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, Alexis Martin Woodall, John J. Gray and Manny Coto are the executive producers.
American Horror Stories will debut on FX on Hulu this July 15 with two out of seven episodes immediately airing. As for the Philippines, hopefully it soon lands on Netflix just like its mother-series, American Horror Story.