AHS Season 8 ‘Apocalypse’ Update And Release Details

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American Horror Story Season 8

Today we’ll be talking about AHS Season 8 Apocalypse Release Date as FX’s hit horror show is coming back for an eighth season series. With each year, this show and its creators manages to shock us in awe of some sick, evil, perverted, twisted madness and we should not expect any different from this upcoming season, here is everything we know about the series so far.

The hit show by Ryan Murphy, the mastermind behind series as Nip/Tuck and American Crime Story has had its first full-length trailer released.
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AHS Season 8 Trailer

We know that Connie Britton and Dylan McDermott are reportedly set to show in Apocalypse, also Ryan Murphy is active on twitter giving us tidbits of what the show is about.

AHS Season 8 Apocalypse Release Date

In the past, Ryan Murphy as always wrapped up his series before the holidays, so AHS Season 8 Apocalypse Release Date is set for September 12 in the United States of America.

Here’s a dark tweet for your entertainment

AHS Season 8 Apocalypse Plot?

Social media savvy Ryan Murphy posted a picture of a note that listed the nine circles of hell, and next to each circle of Dante’s reference he put a corresponding series of American Horror Story.

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So it seems that this series will be revolving around violence or lust. And Ryan Murphy knows how to deliver because when he made a teaser at the Television Critics Association press tour, he made the head of FX John Landgraf fall in shock of awe.

Ryan Murphy commented:

“I recognized him [FX boss John Landgraf] and he fell out of his chair with pleasure. I think fans will love it, it’s different from what we’ve done before, but I always try and do the opposite of what I’ve done on that show.”

Murphy also said that this series would be a futuristic one, and that doesn’t mean outer space, nor does the setting, he emphasized on the dark, stark tones of the future, he wants the feel of the series Coven and Asylum, or at least the tone. Back in July at Comic-Con artwork was revealed that showed a devilish child. We can also expect the kind of radioactive material to be around the table for after all the series is called apocalypse and the nuclear apocalypse is one we can always expect to deliver in any franchise.