The upcoming American Horror Story spinoff series American Horror Stories is coming super soon. Ahead of the show’s premiere through FX on Hulu, FX has released the official trailer which shows the first look at some of the actors appearing in the show like Charles Melton, Kaia Gerber, Matt Bomer, and more.
We recently reported on the show’s impressive cast list, which also includes Billie Lourd, Kevin McHale, Paris Jackson, Sierra McCormick, Danny Trejo, Naomi Grossman, and so many more talented actors.
While Ryan Murphy is behind this show just like the long-running horror anthology, American Horror Stories differs significantly from the flagship series in one major way. The spinoff will focus on a new story each episode instead of each season. It’s a series comprised of standalone episodes.
We already know that the series will have at least one significant tie to American Horror Story, as the first episode will take place in the infamous Murder House, which has quite the reputation within the AHS universe. In the trailer, a character comments that the house is akin to the Amityville house.
The promotional material has also heavily teased the “Rubber Woman” instead of the Rubber Man that was such an integral part of the show’s first season.
Watch the official trailer below:
The trailer for American Horror Stories shows a first look at Matt Bomer, Kaia Gerber, and more
If you want a sneak peek at what is happening in the spinoff, you’ll want to check out the above trailer. You can get a glimpse of some of the actors in the trailer and many of the creatures that will appear in the show.
It also looks like the first season might feature a Christmas episode with the trailer heavily teasing “Santa Claus” and someone wrapped in what looks like Christmas lights. Don’t miss the official premiere on July 15!
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American Horror Stories premieres with the first two episodes July 15 through FX on Hulu.