‘American Horror Stories’ Gets Sept UK Premiere. ‘American Horror Story: Double Feature’ Coming Oct On Disney+/STAR

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04 Aug 21

‘American Horror Stories’ Gets Sept UK Premiere. ‘American Horror Story: Double Feature’ Coming Oct On Disney+/STAR

STAR on Disney+ is going to get a lot more horrific this Autumn, as the streaming service announces the limited anthology series American Horror Stories will premiere in September, with American Horror Story: Double Feature landing in October in the UK.

‘American Horror Stories’ is a spin-off of Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk’s award-winning hit series ‘American Horror Story’. The seven-episode anthology series features a different horror story each episode and is executive produced by Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, Alexis Martin Woodall, John J. Gray and Manny Coto.

‘American Horror Story’ is the wildly popular anthological limited series created by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk that explores a different horror theme and setting for each instalment, ranging from a haunted house, insane asylum and witches coven to a travelling freak show, a hotel with a dark and murderous history and a murderous summer camp.

Since 2011, the creators of ‘American Horror Story’ have redefined the horror genre and the series has sprouted a legion of dedicated fans who anticipate what terrors the next chapter will hold.

This Emmy and Golden Globe-winning franchise is the progenitor of the modern-day limited series format and the longest-running hour-long series in FX’s history and now returns with the 10th instalment, ‘American Horror Story: Double Feature’, which will premiere on Disney+ this October.

‘American Horror Story’ is executive produced by Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, Alexis Martin Woodall, John J. Gray and Manny Coto. The franchise is produced by 20th Television.

American Horror Stories‘ will premiere Wednesday, 8th September 2021 on Star on Disney+ in the UK and Ireland. ‘American Horror Story: Double Feature‘ is set to premiere in October (day/time TBC) on Disney+ in the UK and Ireland.