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FX Boss Teases Premiere Dates For American Horror Stories, Atlanta

AHS spin-off series American Horror Stories and Atlanta Season 2 are on the way.

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While we anxiously await the arrival of American Horror Story Season 10, AKA Double Feature, FX's John Landgraf has offered an update about its upcoming spin-off series, the somewhat confusingly titled American Horror Stories. Deadline has reported that Landgraf announced American Horror Stories will be hitting Hulu in July as part of a new slate of scripted FX titles.

American Horror Stories, unlike its counterpart, will be a weekly anthology series that tackles a new plot and horror scenario with each episode. The show's first season will be 16 episodes, each running one hour, and according to Ryan Murphy himself, many will "feature AHS stars you know and love."

Following American Horror Stories Season 1, AHS Season 10, Double Feature, will debut. Its 10-episode run will conclude on Halloween according to Landgraf.

In addition to the AHS updates, Landgraf shared when to expect new seasons of Donald Glover's critically acclaimed Atlanta and the latest installment of the true crime anthology series, American Crime Story.

Impeachment: American Crime Story will debut in September. This ACS season will follow the infamous White House sex scandal involving Bill Clinton and Monica Lewinsky. Atlanta Season 2 is expected to arrive in 2022.

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