American Horror Story: Apocalypse Season Preview

The story begins at the end … of the world. American Horror Story: Apocalypse wipes the slate clean to create a twisted, new world unlike anything we've seen in previous seasons.

Sarah Paulson is back as the leader of one of humanity’s last outposts, but she’s not alone. Many familiar faces from past seasons return, sometimes playing double duty as characters introduced in earlier ‘Murder House’ and ‘Coven’ chapters. 

Paulson herself will reprise the role of Cordelia Goode, the Supreme witch of Coven. She’s joined by fellow witches Frances Conroy, Lily Rabe, Stevie Nicks, and Frances Conroy.

AHS O.G. Evan Peters is also back as both a mysterious newcomer and as Tate Langdon, his iconic character from Murder House.

Joan Collins makes her AHS debut this season, joined by familiar faces Kathy Bates, Dylan McDermott, and Jessica Lange, who has sat the last few seasons out.

Naturally, the character that many fans are most excited to meet is Michael Langdon, Tate Langdon’s Anti-Christ son who was introduced at the end of season one’s Murder House. He’s all grown up and ready for the Apocalypse unfolding Wednesdays on FX.

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