'American Horror Story' will run through Season 9 on FX

American Horror Story has been renewed through seasons eight and nine as well, but will we see Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters in those upcoming seasons as well? The network made the announcement on Thursday during the Television Critics Association's winter press tour. The actress, who starred in Seasons 3 and 4, opened up to ET about her hope that she'd be able to star in a forthcoming season of the FX series. Also, the animated series "Archer" will move to FXX and debut at 10 p.m. April 5.

Before Thursday's TCA panel for FX, CEO John Landgraf revealed the network ordered two more installments, in addition to the previously announced Season 7.

It's a lovely new year for American Horror Story fans, thanks to the official announcement that the anthology series has been renewed through 2019. "I don't know I haven't decided how to do it yet".

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Interestingly enough, Paulson and Peters went through a different dynamic for the sixth season. Over the years, AHS has been home to some of the biggest names in Hollywood and icons such as Jessica Lange and Kathy Bates have won awards for their portrayal of certain AHS characters. "American Horror Story" will take a deeper dive into aspects of Season 4 - "Freak Show" - and bring back characters from that particular season. And now that we have at least THREE MORE themes to guess at and look forward to, you can bet we're not going anywhere until the likely long, painful, bloody death of this magical series. For now, fans will have to take their "American Horror Story" season 7 spoilers and updates from the creators and Murphy himself.

Meanwhile, Murphy has also confirmed plans for an upcoming crossover season that will combine season one (Murder House) with season three (Coven). But which of AHS's illustrious cast members will be joining them?

"American Crime Story: Katrina" won't premiere until 2018, airing within 6-7 months of the next season, **"American Crime Story: Versace".

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