Here's when you'll be watching new eisodes of 'American Horror Story' and the premiere of 'Atlanta'
The sixth season of American Horror Story will debut on Sept. 14, FX announced today. That's coming up pretty quickly, considering we still know nothing about the theme for the next installment of the anthology horror series.
Here's what we do know: Lady Gaga, who killed it literally and figuratively as The Countess in Season 5's Hotel, has said that she'll be back in some capacity. Angela Bassett, Cheyenne Jackson, Evan Peters and Matt Bomer have also confirmed their returns in various interviews, while Jessica Lange has made it very clear that she's done with Horror Story for good. Other series regulars like Kathy Bates and Sarah Paulson aren't confirmed one way or the other, and even those actors who are definitely coming back haven't revealed their characters yet.
Last week, FX released the logo for Season 6, which, appropriately, is a question mark that also looks like the number six.
American Horror Story season 6 revealed its official logo today and it's a QUESTION MARK. I NEED MORE pic.twitter.com/obEmRp9wjU
— Ja$on Grob$tich (@jasonleegrobby) June 28, 2016
Other than that, Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy has said that the new season will merge two different ideas and involve children somehow, which, as Hotel taught us, are always extra creepy in a horror context.
Don't worry, though. All the mystery to begin dissipating very soon, when the Horror Story marketing machine cranks up and crushes us under its annual deluge of cryptic teasers.
Also today, FX announced dates for two of its other highly anticipated premieres. Better Things, a comedy starring Pamela Adlon and executive produced by Louis C.K. debuts on Sept. 8. Atlanta, starring Donald Glover as a struggle rapper trying to make it along with his cousin, will premiere on Sept. 6. The network released a new teaser for the comedy along with the announcement.
Find your way around. Atlanta, FX's new series from Donald Glover, premieres this September.https://t.co/oL4e6lEnCs
— AtlantaFX (@AtlantaFX) July 5, 2016