American Horror Story Season 9 Title Revealed

Ryan Murphy has finally released American Horror Story’s Season 9 title and theme in a new teaser trailer. Watch Below

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Fans have been anticipating the release of season nine’s theme and title for a while now. Today, April 10, 2019 Ryan Murphy has finally done what fans desired and released a teaser trailer.

The teaser is set to Billie Eilish’s ‘Six Feet Under’ song. Which is a great choice considering Billie’s recent release of her “Where do we go when we fall asleep” album.

The song seems to embody the spirit of many slasher films of the 1980s. This teaser seems to be aiming for Friday the 13th. It has shots of a distressed young female running from a masked attacker through the woods where she takes refuge in a cabin.

Friday the 13th debuted in 1980 with the last Friday the 13th movie released in 1984.

The year 1984 thrived for horror movies, it debuted A Nightmare on Elm Street, Children of the Corn, Silent Night, Deadly Night, and Firestarter.

Ryan Murphy and his collaborator Brad Falchuk has long infused their horror anthology with many references to the classics.

With the title being ‘1984’ we will for sure be hit with a season packed full of easter eggs.

Although Ryan Murphy has kept season nine under the wraps, we do know a few things. Evan Peters has announced that he will be sitting this season out. His ex-fiance, Emma Roberts is confirmed to be a part of the cast this season.  Sarah Paulson is also expected to return, although her casting has not been confirmed just yet. On top of that, Gus Kenworthy is set to play Emma Roberts boyfriend in the season.

Ryan Murphy has recently signed a five-year contract with Netflix. He will produce series and films exclusively for Netflix. Hours before he released the American Horror Story News, he announced that he would be turning the Broadway musical ‘Prom’ into a movie event for Netflix.

The Prom is one of the most uplifting, heartfelt and special musicals I have ever seen on Broadway, It’s truly an original that celebrates the underdog and says in a loving spectacular way that LGBTQ rights are human rights. I feel a special connection to it because it’s set in Indiana, and that’s where I grew up, too.” Murphy captioned the post.

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