For the first time, the Glee alum is reuniting with executive producer Ryan Murphy for the show. There are questions aplenty still about that, but Morrison is joining a cast that is starting to come together beautifully. The cast will also include Cody Fern, Leslie Grossman, and Billie Lourd, who have all been a part of the franchise before. That's not a surprise, it's American Horror Story after all.
Murphy's obvious affection for genre fare of all shapes and sizes has been well on display in the eight seasons preceding 1984, as episodes have covered (to varying degrees of effect) everything from menacing serial killers to creepy psych wards, insane carnies, a powerful coven of witches, and pretty much every other horror trope you can conjure.More news: Father Ted star Brendan Grace dead at 68 after cancer battle
Little is known about the ninth series of American Horror Story, entitled 1984, other than the theme of 1980s slasher films. It was reported earlier this week that Paulson is taking a backseat in Season 9, and won't appear in most, or any, of the new season.More news: Air Canada flight makes emergency landing with 35 people injured
Check out the creepy-in-its-own-way runway show below, set to Dan Hartman's "I Can Dream About You" - and stay 'til the end for Lynch's not-so-gentle parting reminder that 1984 is still, y'know, a horror story.
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