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American Horror Story spin-off series: News, Cast Speculations, Release Date and Plot Details.

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American Horror Story is a popular TV series that has been running for six seasons. This article will provide the latest news about American Horror Story’s spin-off series and all the speculation around it.

When Will American Horror Stories Premiere?

Update: We finally have that release date. The first two episodes in American Horror Stories’ seven-episode season will premiere on Thursday, July 15. Since the series will be an FX on Hulu exclusive, you need to make sure you have a Hulu account to watch this.

How Much of American Horror Story Will Be in The New Show?

Update: There is no word on an official answer for this question yet. However, some details might give you a hint as to what the series will be about. So far, it seems like they’re going with another title, so not all parts of American Horror Stories may come into play here and instead focus more on horror films or other types of storytelling. This may lead us to believe that we won’t see much from seasons one through six at all.

What Is The Plot Of American Horror Stories’ Spin-Off Series?

There isn’t anything set as the plot just yet, but given how popular American Horror stories have been, it’s not too much of a stretch to assume that there will be something different about the new show.  It could have anything to do with horror movies or other types of storytelling, which is why we’re unsure as to whether American Horror Stories’ spin-off series will feature any characters from seasons one through six in any way.

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How Much Does An Episode Of American Horror Story Cost To Make?

It costs roughly $300,000 for each episode of AHS, according to Buzzfeed New,s so if

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As it’s been a few years since AHS has aired their last episode, and they’re still going strong, I’m wondering if they’ll ever end at all. Right now, it looks like about 20 more episodes are coming our way before the show might wrap up altogether. This made me very excited to know that even when one ends, something new could take over for you!

Who will be in the cast of American Horror Stories Spin-Off?

We don’t know yet. It’s not been officially confirmed; by the show creators, Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, that American Horror Stories; will even be getting a spin-off series; at all! We’re just speculating; from a few comments; they made to Entertainment Weekly:

However, if this does happen, I’m sure we’ll see some familiar faces, like Dylan McDermott, who was on season five, or Connie Britton, who has appeared; in seasons one through four. This makes the show so great; as you get to watch these actors grow with different parts of various characters throughout each episode year after year until their time finally comes up, which can sometimes take years too before they depart for good.

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What can we expect from the American Horror Stories Spin-Off series?

The show will be a Murder Mystery type of story as it was the most popular American Horror Story fan request. The release date is set for 2017. So far, we know that this new series will not include any character from previous seasons, much like American Horror Stories: Coven, which had no connections to Murder House or Asylum!

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We hope they keep it up with the creativity while still sticking to what makes AHS such an amazing horror series, with each season being different yet at some point connecting back to something you’ve seen before in other episodes! We can’t wait to see how Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk pull off another horrifically amazing spin-off series without making it too predictable.

Is American Horror Stories Spin-Off Series worth watching?

Yes. American Horror Story spin-off series will have no connections to Murder House or Asylum! We hope they keep it up with the creativity while still sticking to what makes AHS such an amazing horror series, with each season being different yet at some point connecting back to something you’ve seen before in other episodes!

We can’t wait for Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk’s next horrifically amazing American Horror Stories: Coven, which is set for a 2021/22 release date; we’ll be eagerly awaiting this new show any day now.

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