Ryan Murphy shares first look at cast of American Horror Story: 1984

Lula Sharp
July 13, 2019

Challenging Stranger Things for the most 1980s-drenched series of the summer, highlights include Roberts in leg warmers, Lourd with a blond mullet, and Fern looking pretty pleased with himself in aerobics gear. Paulson is supposed to have a dramatically reduced role, in part to her headlining Murphy's upcoming Netflix series Ratched, which will tell the origin story of the infamous Nurse Ratched from One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest. The ninth season of the FX show has so far been marketed through a few oblique teases, and the disappointing news of a reduced role for Sarah Paulson and other series mainstays.

'Last night's episode of Pose required us all to dig deep - @janetmock as writer, myself as writer and director, but most of all our incredible leading ladies, ' Murphy began.

Your thoughts on the newest addition to the Horror Story family? Congrats Angelica for making history, leaping from #PoseFX to #AHS1984.

Ross took to her own Instagram on Wednesday afternoon to reveal the news to her 76K followers.

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Thanking Ryan: 'Thank you @mrrpmurphy for the gift of playing Candy & creating my newest role on American Horror Story!

They join previously announced returnee Emma Roberts and franchise newcomer Gus Kenworthy.

Love it or hate it, FX's American Horror Story has been going strong for eight seasons, and it's about to head into its ninth, as show-creator Ryan Murphy revealed on Thursday.

Check out the creepy-in-its-own-way runway show below, set to Dan Hartman's "I Can Dream About You" - and stay 'til the end for Lynch's not-so-gentle parting reminder that 1984 is still, y'know, a horror story.

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