The makers of “American Horror Story” have renewed the TV series for two more seasons beyond its current seventh season.
The announcement was made on Thursday by television broadcaster FX, reports variety.com.
Created by Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, “American Horror Story” began in 2011 with its first installment, “Murder House”. Then came “Asylum”, “Coven”, “Freak Show”, “Hotel” and the most recent season, “AHS: Roanoke”, wrapped in late 2016.
“‘American Horror Story’ launched the modern limited series revolution and — as evidenced by the most recent installment ‘Roanoke’ — it remains as vital today as when ‘Murder House’ stunned audiences six years ago,” said John Landgraf, CEO of FX Networks and FX Productions.
“Each new chapter is a cultural event, beloved for every new twist in imagery, style, cast and plot. We are thrilled that Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and the entire creative team will continue to deliver the groundbreaking, celebrated ‘American Horror Story’ for years to come,” he added.
Over the years, “American Horror Story” has featured celebs like Sarah Paulson, Jessica Lange, Angela Bassett, Kathy Bates, Lily Rabe, Evan Peters, Emma Roberts and Lady Gaga.