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Season 7 of American Horror Story Will Be Titled...

Ryan Murphy is, thankfully, spilling secrets about the new AHS season.

And the title is... Cult. That's right, Season 7 of American Horror Story will now be forever known as American Horror Story: Cult, according to Entertainment Weekly,as well as a rather lengthy exchange co-creator Ryan Murphy had with fans on Twitter Thursday. The series will premiere this September for an 11-episode run and will feature returning AHS players like Evan Peters and Sarah Paulson (playing Kai and Ally, respectively) as well as Mare Winningham and Frances Conroy. Some new faces, such as Lena Dunham and Billy Eichner, will also appear.

AHS SEASON 7: CULT

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This season will also include appearances from Billie Lourd, Cheyenne Jackson, Colton Haynes, Alison Pill, and Adina Howard. Lady Gaga will sit this season out. EW also notes this new season, which is election-themed, will take place in Michigan.

On Friday, a super-creepy teaser was released that will certainly leave you wanting more.

We expect more and more details to roll out closer to the premiere, and Ryan already offered up some visual hints as to what this season will look like on Instagram.

AHS last clue before this week's TITLE reveal. Ideas?

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He's Baaaaaack

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American Horror Story Season 7 tease.

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