Ryan Murphy has a sixth sense for drawing Broadway fans to the screen. Stage favorites Zachary Quinto, three-time Tony winner Patti LuPone, and more are set to appear in the 11th season of American Horror Story, the Emmy Award-winning anthology series.
Quinto and LuPone aren't the only AHS alums returning, according to Deadline. Isaac Powell, last seen in Broadway's West Side Story revival, and Billie Lourd will make appearances, after both starring in season 10 (Lourd also starred in seasons seven and eight).
Sandra Bernhard, who starred in the Murphy-created drama series Pose, and Joe Mantello, who directed the Netflix adaptation of Boys in the Band (produced by Murphy) and starred in The New Normal and Hollywood (created by Murphy), are also set to star.
Additional details about the latest installment, set to premiere this fall, have yet to be announced.
The previous season, American Horror Story: Double Feature, followed a struggling writer and his family as they moved to a isolated beach town. Other installments explored a murder house, an asylum, a coven of witches, a 1950s freak show, a haunted hotel, a political-driven cult, an apocalypse, and more. Quinto starred in the first two seasons of American Horror Story, Murder House and Asylum; LuPone starred in Coven.
The franchise also boasts a spin-off series titled American Horror Stories via FX on Hulu, which has featured Broadway talents Aaron Tveit, Gavin Creel, and Matt Bomer.
American Horror Story is executive-produced by Murphy and Brad Falchuk (co-creators), alongside Alexis Martin Woodall, John J. Gray, and Manny Coto, with producing by 20th Television. The horror drama has been renewed through season 13.