Ryan Murphy teases American Horror Story spinoff with screenshot of Zoom call with classic AHS actors

Jeva Lange

American Horror Story: Quarantine? American Horror Story: Pandemic? American Horror Story: Zoom Call? There's time to workshop it, because series creator Ryan Murphy has announced a planned offshoot of his popular anthology series called American Horror Stories (plural!), which will consist of "one-hour contained episodes" rather than a season-long arc.

Murphy had revealed last week that the 10th season of AHS could be pushed back a full year because it was "weather-dependent," telling The Wrap "I don't know if I'll accelerate another season or wait till next year to shoot this one." On Monday, Murphy tweeted a screenshot of a Zoom call with many core AHS actors including Jessica Lange, Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, and Angela Bassett, confirming the spinoff is in the works and teasing "other stuff I cannot print."

While it's unclear what Murphy is referencing specifically, the star-studded Zoom call had one word on fan's minds: Reunion?! Check out the post below.



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