DISCOVER AMERICAN HORROR STORY SEASON 11 ON DISNEY PLUS! RENEWAL, RELEASE DATE!
Disney Plus now has American Horror Story! Continue reading to find out when Season 11 will be released!
Given that AHS: Death Valley has mostly been filled with new young actors in a convoluted plot, Red Tide would have benefited greatly from a full-season treatment, allowing the series to flesh out some characters with recurring stars who were barely featured.
Billie Lourd, who played part-time vampiric tattoo artist as well as dentist Lark, was one such actor who was introduced in the main cast but barely featured in the story. Because Lourd was one of the best parts of AHS: 1984, it was disappointing to see his return amount to so little.
However, set leaks for American Horror Story season 11 prominently showed Billie Lourd alongside new cast members in New York City, implying she’ll play a much larger role than in Red Tide. Here’s everything you need to know about the release of American Horror Story Season 11 on Disney Plus!
WHEN WILL SEASON 11 OF AMERICAN HORROR STORY BE AVAILABLE ON DISNEY PLUS?
The first nine seasons are now available on Disney Plus in France, and this is the place to watch them. Season 11 of American Horror Story will premiere after being renewed earlier this year.
However, no official release date for American Horror Story Season 11 has been announced as of yet. We do know that it will be released in the fall of 2022, most likely in October.
This is the date for the United States; as you may have noticed, Disney Plus released the previous season almost a year late.
It’s reasonable to wonder if this was due to Disney Plus reclaiming the rights, and if so, a release date for American Horror Story Season 11 should also be Fall 2022, or a real lag will exist and we may not have the series until mid-2023, or a date a little closer. We don’t have any answers right now.
WHAT CAN WE EXPECT FROM RED TIDE, AN AMERICAN HORROR STORY?
Since the theme of Red Tide did not include mermaids, as fans speculated, American Horror Story Season 11 still provides the option of returning to an aquatic environment.
Furthermore, the Christmas Horror theme has been alluded to in American Horror Story: Asylum with Leigh Emerson, Santa’s serial killer, but also in American Horror Story: The Naughty List with Santa’s Center Killer. Danny Trejo appears in a commercial.
Ryan Murphy appears to enjoy playing urban legends in episodes of American Horror Stories. Bloody Mary and Piggy Man from AHS are thus equally plausible options.
Bloody Mary would allow the series to better introduce a well-known legend while also making full use of the talented female cast.
Piggy Man, on the other hand, would add a much larger context to the extant American Horror Story legend explored in Murder House.
Given the true context of the COVID-19 pandemic that Plague could investigate, this theme for Season 11 of American Horror Story, like Cult in Season 7, would be the most appropriate.