There’s also the spin-off series, American Horror Stories, which debuted in July and has already been renewed for a second season, as well as two new series in the works: American Sports Story and American Love Story.
Paulson shared her hope for the franchise during an interview with Variety in 2019, when she’d confirmed she wouldn’t appear in American Horror Story: 1984 but had expressed interest in returning to the series.
“I think the star of American Horror Story is American Horror Story itself,” she said at the time. “The show is the thing and I think you can get a whole different group of actors and people will still watch it. I think that’s the extraordinary thing that Ryan created, and I would love to be a part of it. One time, I said I’d like it be to vampires in space when I’m 99 and I hope the show is still going then.”
(E! and Bravo are both part of the NBCUniversal family).