'American Horror Story' Season 9 Details Revealed: Cast, Plot And Everything Else to Know About Upcoming Season

After last season's coming of the anti-Christ, American Horror Story is gearing up for yet another deliciously evil season.

During FX's Television Critics Association winter press tour, network CEO John Landgraf revealed a few Season 9 details with the media, according to The Hollywood Reporter on Wednesday, including Emma Roberts' return to the horror anthology.

Roberts, who recently appeared in Season 8's Apocalypse, where she reprised her Season 4 Coven role as witch Madison Montgomery, is expected to appear in the new season of AHS. The actor, who has starred in four AHS installments so far, is expected to appear alongside franchise newcomer, Olympian freestyle skier and silver medalist Gus Kenworth.

Kenworth will play Roberts' boyfriend for his first big role on AHS. AHS creator Ryan Murphy shared his excitement to bring Kenworth into the AHS family in an Instagram post on Wednesday.

"That special moment when you realize you have an Olympic medal AND will be playing Emma Roberts' boyfriend on American Horror Story Season 9," he captioned a photo of Kenworth.

Although longtime cast members Sarah Paulson and Even Peters' roles have yet to be announced, the likelihood of both actors joining on for Season 9 is high. Paulson is currently working with Murphy on the upcoming Netflix series, Ratched, and has long said she plans to remain an AHS cast member for as long as the show airs.

Per usual, showrunners are remaining tight-lipped about the plotlines for AHS Season 9, but fans should expect to be equally terrified and entertained by whatever Murphy pulls out his hat for the new season.

The witches of Coven were originally expected to return for a crossover for Season 9, which ended up occurring for Season 8. However, Murphy previously teased bringing the enchantresses back for another season, although it won't be season 9. "Not next season, but we have something really fun planned," he recently told fans regarding Season 9.

FX revealed the show would be extended through Season 10 back in August, but Landgraf hinted the anthology could continue to go on long after Season 10 as well. "It's up to how long [Murphy] wants to keep going and how many years he has inspired ideas."

No Season 9 premiere date has been released as of yet, but if previous years are any indication, the show will likely return sometime in the fall—close to Halloween.